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Regional Code.org Administrator and Counselor Sessions dates announced

September 29, 2018 · Please RSVP to attend the one closest to your school!

Expand Computer Science at your School

*A group of teachers from our 18/19 cohort


Join us for breakfast to learn more about how we can help train existing teachers within your school to teach computer science.

Audience: Administrators and counselors working with students in grades 6-12
Content: Learn about Code.org’s Professional Learning Program

Dates & Locations:

Monday, October 22, 2018 from 7:30am-9:00am at University of New England
(Biddeford), Register here: https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/5303/enroll

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 from 7:30am-9:00am at Thomas College (Waterville),
Register here: https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/5260/enroll

Monday, November 5, 2018 from 7:30am-9:00am at Hampden Academy (Hampden),
Register here: https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/5329/enroll

Participant Testimonials

“This course has been one of the most transformative professional development experiences I have ever had. I now see how computer science can be used to develop skills like problem solving and collaboration in all students, as well as a vehicle for kids to access future career opportunities.”

“Code.org’s CS Discoveries summer professional development is everything that professional development should be: engaging, collaborative, practical and fun.”

“Whether or not you have computer science experience or not, you can make a difference for your students. Code.org's Computer Science professional development will provide you with all the tools and knowledge to create a classroom community that will thoroughly enjoy learning essential CS skills. All children deserve a quality CS experience.”

“This course was so informative. I not only learned about the Code.org curriculum, I also learned ways to adjust my practice to foster community and student engagement in my classroom.”

“I went from a person who knew nothing about computer programming to a person who can be a lead learner! Extremely supportive learning environment.”

“Computer Science Discoveries has been one of the most intellectually and professionally stimulating experiences of my life. I am looking forward to diving into the ‘lead learner’ of computer science role at my school!”

“This was incredible. I came in feeling anxious about teaching CS for the first time, and I'm leaving feeling confident that I can do this. All the information and strategies will help so much. It was fun and informative.”

FMI: http://www.projectlogin.com/education/code-org-partnership

 

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