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Tuesday, July 30 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Free Tools for Integrating Coding in Any Subject LIMITED

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Interested in getting on the "coding bandwagon," or learning what it's all about in the first place? Even if you teach a non-STEM subject, your students can benefit from the logic and problem-solving skills that come from learning about computer science. No matter the age or ability level, kids who learn to code gain confidence, build communication and collaboration skills, and get excited about learning. So why wait? We’ll also show you tools and strategies that will help you connect coding, computer science, and cybersecurity concepts into any subject, from language arts to math to art, all using totally free apps and lesson plans.

Session objectives: Participants will:
Discuss a variety of free apps and sites that provide age-appropriate computer science activities and lessons
Develop lessons that integrate computational thinking and computer science into any subject area and grade level

Speakers
avatar for Heather Clarkson

Heather Clarkson

Teacher, School Town of Munster
Heather is a veteran STEM educator with over 25 years of experience. She was National Board certified in Early Adolescent Science in 2000. Heather loves working with students of all ages--from small children through adults. She currently teaches technology skills to middle school... Read More →
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Anastasia Trekles

Clinical Associate Professor of Instructional Technology, Purdue University / Indiana Connected Educators
Dr. Anastasia Trekles is a Clinical Associate Professor of instructional technology at Purdue University Northwest in Westville, Indiana. Dr. Trekles has an extensive background with educational technology, including design and pedagogical strategies as well as the effective integration... Read More →



Tuesday July 30, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Room 108

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