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Now I Have to Teach Coding? A Beginner’s Guide

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With the literacy of coding emerging as a “must” of 21st-Century learning, our already complex jobs suddenly seem to be getting more complicated. Teachers, however, don’t have to be masters of JavaScript or Ruby to give students the tools they need. Concepts like computational and design thinking, or connecting to the language of code to solve problems and create content, don’t have to be as complicated (or intimidating) as they sound.

This webinar will focus on ways you can start incorporating these elements into your classes without having to attend a three-month coding boot camp first yourself. James Denby and Robin Ulster will share:

  • Accessible tools
  • A problem-solving approach
  • Strategies to inspire and challenge students (and yourself) to approach problems like coders

Join James and Robin for a live, interactive session which will include time for them to answer your questions. This webinar will benefit educators and administrators.

For more information and to register, visit: http://home.edweb.net/webinar/now-teach-coding-beginners-guide/

Date:
Thursday, December 8, 2016
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location:
Online webinar
Campus:
Alaska State Library ~Statewide
Categories:
Focus: School Libraries

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Jared Shucha

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