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Project>Login Computer Science Education Week Activities

December 13, 2016

Computer Science Education Week was Dec. 5-11, 2016 and Project>Login is proud to share some highlights of our work during the very busy week. From Monday through Saturday, we provided support and facilitated 19 computer science sessions at schools, employers, and sites across Maine. Project>Login engaged with more than 300 students, teachers, and parents regarding the importance of computer science for Maine students. We significantly increased our attendance at the Maine Digital Festival and offered high quality sessions for the students. 

Project>Login collaborated with many of our CS partners on numerous events this past week. The following list is a sampling of the organizations we worked with:

Challenger Learning Center, Asa Adams School (w former CTOY), Apple, Code.org, Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance, 4-H/Cooperative Extension, Maine Science Festival, Maine State Library, Mainely Tech Women, University of New England, University of Maine, Falmouth Elementary School (w Code.org facilitator and PL supporter), Baxter Academy of Technology and Science, Maine Department of Education, and Maine Robotics 

Here are the engagement numbers for CS Education week:

Monday: 24 participants
Tuesday: 16 participants
Wednesday: 20 participants
Thursday: 18 participants
Friday am Hour of Code: 30 participants
Friday pm Hour of Code: 10 participants 
Educate Maine’s Symposium CS breakout session: 39 participants
Saturday - Maine Digital Festival: more than 130 students, teachers, and parents.
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