KCI Summer 2018 Programs

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Makerspace Coordinator

The Makerspace Coordinator is a certificate program that is designed for people who are seeking employment in fabrication laboratories and makerspaces within community centers, libraries, and educational settings. The program provides instruction and support for building models and prototypes, strategies to spark innovation and invention, and creative problem-solving and collaboration. This certificate is ideal for classified and certificated personnel at school sites, community center volunteers and employees, librarians and assistants, and anyone interested in becoming a creative and collaborative member of a makerspace.


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FAME for 4th and 5th Grade Teachers

The Faculty Academy for Mathematics Excellence (FAME) 4-5 program is a professional learning program for fourth and fifth grade teachers, who teach in California. Teachers explore the eight mathematical practices while also learning how to use computer and web-based technologies to support teaching and learning. The application for this program closes on April 30, 2018.


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FAME for 6th through 10th Grade Teachers

Teachers will explore ratios and proportional reasoning, expressions and equations, algebraic functions and transformational geometry concepts with an emphasis on topics that students often find challenging to master while also learning how to integrate computer and Internet technologies (e.g., GeoGebra, spreadsheet software, and virtual manipulatives) to support teaching and learning. This program is open to mathematics educators who teach in grades 6 - 10. The application for this program closes on April 30, 2018.


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Computer Science (5th through 9th grade teachers)

Enjoy becoming a student again and fall in love with computer science! The Computer Science Crash Course will help you gain CS content knowledge and strengthen your coding skills in either Python or Scratch—you choose. This course uses a variety of leveled activities and coding challenge sets to encourage teachers in all subject areas to advance their own learning.


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Krause Center for Innovation

The premier professional learning center for educators who seek innovation through the effective use of technology for improving teaching and learning.