Submitted by Pamela Amaya on Wed, 03/20/2019 - 11:15
I just finished the wristband project and about to start the mural project. One of the best things about this unit is how it breaks down the coding. It makes it much more easy for those students who are struggling with coding.
Submitted by Pamela Amaya on Tue, 03/05/2019 - 21:52
I have a Girl's who Code club at my school and am taking them to a screening of "Captain Marvel" this Sunday. Girls who Code are sponsoring the screening and might even buy my girls some popcorn.
Submitted by Pamela Amaya on Sun, 02/10/2019 - 16:28
I'm about to start the E-Textiles unit for Exploring Computer Science in the next couple of weeks. This is the curriculum I used to replace the Robotics unit since my school did not have access to robots at the time.
Submitted by Pamela Amaya on Sat, 01/26/2019 - 11:27
We're in the second part of the school year and before we know it June will be here. Have you thought about your plans for the summer? There are so many opportunities for professional development that will increase you computer science knowledge and skills.
Submitted by Nicole Reitz-Larsen on Sat, 07/21/2018 - 18:33
POGIL is a pedagogy based on active learning which has been demonstrated to be effective in improving learning in lecture courses across STEM subjects. While POGIL activity collections exist for chemistry, biology, calculus, and computer science, educators from all disciplines are welcome! This workshop will be most appropriate to teachers who have never attended a POGIL workshop before. If you can make the day trip to Westminster College in Salt Lake City, please come to our POGIL workshop from 9 am - 5 pm on Friday, August 3, 2018. You can register at: http://bit.ly/pogil-westminster See the attached flyer for more details or email Helen Hu - firstname.lastname@example.org.