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Tuesday, July 30 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Unplug Computer Science in Elementary School LIMITED

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This session will offer attendees ideas and lessons for incorporating unplugged (no technology needed) activities that teach and use computer science skills and standards. Ryan, Amanda, Ben, and Sandi have been working this summer to create lessons for teachers to use in their classrooms.

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Sandi Cramer

Technology Teacher, St. Pius X Catholic School
Sandi Cramer is a K-8 Technology and PLTW Educator at St. Pius X in Granger, Indiana. She teaches over 530 students and provide support to over 25 teachers. She uses hands on activities to teach CS and STEM. She feels strongly about sharing what she knows about Computer Science with... Read More →
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Ben Domonkos

Principal, School City of Mishawaka
Ben is the principal at La Salle Elementary for School City of Mishawaka. Ben was the 2018 South Bend Community School Corporation Teacher of the Year. As a teacher, Ben taught 3-5th grade at Tarkington/Swanson Traditional School. His class was STEM oriented and he loves to give kids... Read More →
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Amanda Fox

Teacher, Penn Harris Madison
Amanda has been a teacher at Prairie Vista Elementary for 5 years and currently teaches third grade. Along with a love for STEM education she has coached the VEX IQ robotics team, is the PLTW lead teacher and has spent three summers immersed in computer science at The University of... Read More →
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Ryan Mitchell

School City of Mishawaka
Ryan Mitchell is a 4th grade teacher at Fred J Hums Elementary in Mishawaka. He has been teaching for 5 years. Next year he will also be a Computer Science Instructional Coach for School City of Mishawaka, focusing on incorporating computer science into literacy and math.

Tuesday July 30, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Room 151

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