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Everybody Code 1: Focusing On Coding Tools, Apps, and Ideas

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Overview

Students need to have the opportunity to learn computer science. It supports logic, problem-solving skills, and creativity. There are wonderful, free digital tools, apps, and programs that are available to help librarians, educators, and parents support students in developing these skills. And by starting young, they will have a foundation for success in 21st-century career paths.

In this webinar, join Shannon McClintock Miller as she explains the importance of learning to code and how to work it into the classroom and library through various events, programs, curriculum, and digital tools and apps. You will walk away with lots of ideas to bring coding to your school community and to make it lots of fun along the way.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, May 10, 2016 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: STEM, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: apps, coding, creativity, digital tools, logic, problem-solving, STEAM, STEM, web tools

Reviews (17)

Full Member
 

Excellent, well-organized information and activity on coding.
Full Member
+6
 
Great resources and statistics!
Basic Member
+2
 
Excellent information to get girls involved in coding.
Full Member
 
I'm excited about learning how to code and teach code. Thanks for the excellent webinar.
Full Member
+6
 
Thanks for the information. It will be very beneficial to my teachers and students!
Basic Member
 
Helpful information about using coding in the library and classroom and using code.org to learn about coding.
Full Member
 
Great thank you ;)
Full Member
 
Thanks for the great resources. I hope to add coding to my school's STEM curriculum. I will start with Code.org.
Full Member
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Thank you for the great resources and ideas. I have been working with code.org with K-5 students at my school and started a K-2 Coding Club. After school, we had Lego Robotics for our 3-5 students but did not have an option for our younger students. This year, our K-2 students used Code Studio, Bee-Bots, The Foos, Daisy the Dinosaur, and Scratch Jr. Your presentation gave me more options to explore with them including Skyping with the developers of the different programs. Thanks again!
Full Member
 
Awesome resources! Thank you for sharing!
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