“Every student in every school deserves the opportunity to learn computer science.” CODE.ORG
Beginning in June 2018 TIE will offer five workshops that feature computer science curriculum examples and coding extensions. These workshops will develop a computer science roadmap that includes Code.org curriculum and will expand to other areas of computer science and coding programs. Participants will learn in an interactive and hands-on approach as they experience several coding extensions and tools. Participants will make connections to the content standards and learn how to integrate computer science into their existing curriculum.
All workshops will be held from 8:30-3:30 local time.
Workshop 1: Overview of Coding and Coding extensions
Workshop 2: Makey-Makey
Workshop 3: Microbit and Raspberry Pi
- Saturday February 2, 2019, Rapid City
- Wednesday, February 6, 2019, Sioux Falls
To register for workshop 3, click here.
Workshop 4: Minecraft & Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR)
- Friday, March 8, 2019, Rapid City, TIE Office
- Tuesday, March 12, 2019, Watertown
To register for Workshop 4, click here.
Workshop 5: June 2018 and ongoing throughout the school year Computer Science Fundamentals
To register for Workshop 5, click here.
- Workshops 1-4 cost $79 each
- Workshop 5 is FREE and sponsored by Code.org
Participants who attend 3 of the 5 workshops can apply for one graduate credit though USF.
All participants will receive:
- Computer Science Swag
- Curriculum resources & integration ideas