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Counselors for Computing 0 J. Corricelli HERE is a direct link to the Counselors for Computing Event at Capital Community College on March 1 from 10:30-2:30. Register now at c4catcapitalcommunitycollege.eventbrite.com Participating counselors receive free resources and cool swag! Questions? Contact C4C C4C@ncwit.org  
by J. Corricelli
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
PD for Elementary School Teachers by Code.org 0 J. Corricelli Sacred Heart University will be sponsoring Code.org workshops for elementary educators throughout the state this spring. The no-cost one-day  workshop Computer Science Fundamentals will be led by CT teachers who are Code.org-trained facilitators. This workshop is a fantastic introduction to teaching computer science in grades K-5 for elementary classroom teachers, library media specialists, math/science specialists, technology teachers, and administrators. See attached one-pager for additional information   Elementary Educators: Sign up today! Space is limited  Saturday April 6, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield : https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/6355/enroll Saturday April 6, Sacred Heart University, Griswold : https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/6373/enroll Saturday May 11, CREC Academy of Math and Science, Windsor : https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/6356/enroll Secondary Educators: Help us get the word out! Is there someone in your district who should know about this opportunity? Please share.  What's in a workshop?  In-person instruction including an intro to computer science, pedagogy, overview of the online curriculum, teacher dashboard, and strategies for teaching "unplugged" classroom activities.  All costs are covered by Code.org  There is no charge for these workshops and attending teachers will also receive:  •       Printed curriculum guide •       Classroom supplies for unplugged lessons  •       Certificate of completion  •       Fun Code.org swag  Learn more about Code.org’s K-5 program at http://code.org/k5 or see flyer shown below.
by J. Corricelli
Friday, February 22, 2019
 

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