2016-17 Computer Science Workshops for K–6 Grade Teachers
DateSaturday, Oct. 22, 2016
Time9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Computer science is one of the most in-demand disciplines in the 21st century. Learning the basics introduces students to technology and its invaluable role in all fields. Computer Science Fundamentals will help nurture creativity, problem-solve and offer a closer look at how the internet works, preparing any student for a future career.
Join us for any of the following free on-campus events! These workshops focus on entry-level computer programming and computer science fundamentals for K–6 grade teachers.
Time: 9 am – 4 pm
Location: Grand Canyon University
Linda Angeloff, partner in eTIC, LLC and former teacher of 31 years, and Janice Mak, STEM educator and instructional coach in the Paradise Valley Unified School District, will facilitate these workshops.
Breakfast, coffee and snacks will be provided. You must bring your own electronic device as computers/laptops will not be provided.
Questions? Contact Kathyrn Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org or (602) 639-7837.