CODE.org Elementary Ts Workshop 2/3

Save the Date & Register Soon! Limited to 30 Elem. Teachers!

Code.org has developed elementary school curriculum that allows even the youngest students to explore the limitless world of computing. Courses blend online, self-guided and self-paced tutorials with “unplugged” classroom activities that require no computer. Each course consists of 20 lessons.

Code.org Fundamentals Workshop

Saturday, Feb. 3rd, 9am-5pm

Windsor High School, Collaboration Area (1st Floor), Main Street, Windsor, CO, United States

Free Code.org Fundamentals Workshop coming to Weld RE-4!

Taught by Code.org facilitators who are experienced computer science educators, our workshops will prepare you to teach the Code.org curriculum.


Earn 1.0 District Credit, receive entire Code.org K-5 curriculum and all the materials you'll need to bring Computer Sciences to your classroom at this FREE Training (did we mention that even LUNCH is provided?)!


Workshop Agenda


  • Welcome

  • Why CS?

  • The State of CS in Colorado

  • Workshop Goals

  • Intro to Courses A-F

  • Intro to TLOs

  • Strategies for Teaching CS

  • Key CS Vocabulary

  • Teacher Dashboard

  • TLO Planning


Lunch - Provided


  • TLO Planning Continued

  • TLO Presentations

  • Equity Discussion

  • Connecting into to community

  • Beyond Today



What are other educator's saying about this course?

“This was a wonderful, fun, and informative workshop. Our facilitator was helpful, patient, and knowledgeable. I would (and have) highly recommended this training to my colleagues. It was an excellent introduction to computer science for someone who has never studied the coding side of technology before. Thank you so much for this wonderful experience, I can hardly wait to try the lessons with my kids!” - Molly E. from Northglenn, CO

“It was a fantastic course... I was scared of the idea of coding before as I thought it was something I would never understand. I was intimidated to say the least. Bobbi’s kindness, patience and expertise, in combination with your outstanding materials has changed my perspective completely! What a great use of my time!” - Carrie B. from Thornton, CO

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Please Register Using BOTH Links Below:

  1. Weld RE-4 Registration (if seeking district credit, please submit payment to Lori Lanckriet before January 26). Once you are registered, you will be added to the Canvas Course. You will receive either 1.0 credits or 15 CEUs for attending workshop in full, and documenting implementation of CS during the 2018 Spring Semester.
  2. Code.Org Registration (for their planning purposes)

About the Facilitator

Bobbie Bastian

bastian@pd.code.org

Bobbie is native of Colorado. She has a BS in Computer Information Systems and a MA in Education. Bobbie is a Computer Science teacher at Bollman Technical Education Center in the Adams 12 Five Star School District where she teaches AP Computer Science, AP Computer Science Principles, and Intro to Computer Science. She has over 10 years of teaching experience in both the elementary and secondary levels. Her years of experience teaching at a variety of skill levels allows her to effectively show teachers how to present material to students across a wide spectrum of ability. Bobbie is the 2017 Colorado Technology Student Association Advisor of the Year. She is the Vice President of the Front Range Chapter of CSTA in Colorado and is on the Colorado Computer Science Standards Development Committee. Bobbie is passionate about computer science and looks forward to sharing the Code.org curriculum with teachers.