This new year, make a resolution to bring computer science to your classroom! With six different opportunities to learn from some of the best, it’s easier than ever to get kids coding. Join us this spring for six opportunities to get your STEM clock hours in!
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Spring 2020 Training Participants
SAM Labs makes engaging, hands-on coding tools designed for K-12 students and educators to explore STEAM, develop problem-solving skills, and create with technology. The combination of their standards-aligned lessons, visual drag-and-drop coding apps and wireless electronic blocks allow students as young as kindergarten to build, program, and troubleshoot their way through challenges in science, engineering, math or even ELA.
Code.org is a non-profit organization and advocacy group working to encourage students across the world to learn computer science. Based in Seattle, they provide the leading curriculum for K-12 computer science for some of the largest school districts in the United States. Their website and online dashboard offers free coding lessons and software for teachers that spans everything from preschool programming to AP level coursework.