Check out Bootstrap: Algebra, a program that applies mathematical concepts and rigorous programming principles to creating a simple videogame, and is aligned to National and State Standards for Mathematics, as well as the CSTA standards and K12CS frameworks. The module can be taught as a separate, standalone tech or CS class, or can be integrated into a mainstream math class, delivered by a math teacher with no prior CS experience.
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CodeHS offers in-person professional development that prepares teachers to run successful computer science classes. In our trainings, teachers will learn programming skills, effective pedagogy, and best practices for teaching computer science in a blended classroom. CodeHS is able to adapt and customize trainings to make sure we are meeting the needs of your district and the experience level of your teachers.
The Gresham-Barlow School District is hosting a FREE K-12 Tech Professional Learning event for educators this summer. You won’t want to miss this awesome learning opportunity! This event is open to ALL districts. Join us for #GBSDInnovates Summer Camp and learn innovative ways to integrate technology into your classroom! A variety of hands-on sessions will be offered as well as three “make-and-take sessions” in the afternoon. (There is a fee if you choose the “make-and-take” sessions.
Attend this web seminar to learn some of the keys to building successful and equitable STEM programs that leverage robotics and coding. Two leaders from Boston Public Schools will discuss the district’s “Excellence for All” (EFA) initiative, which aims to empower Boston’s socioeconomically diverse student population by providing access to rigorous curriculum and enrichment opportunities, including cutting-edge STEM learning.