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Presents: Free Code.org professional development workshop

October 14th professional development workshop from code.org.

Code.org is back!! I’m very pleased to invite you to the October 14th professional development workshop from code.org.

It will be from 9am until 3pm (at the latest), hosted by Glen Park Elementary School.


This is a wonderful opportunity to join in to learn, teach, and integrate computer science skills to children as we are preparing them for “jobs not yet in existence” through technology.


It is not complicated and does not require technology devices as you teach students. Bring your laptop to the workshop.

This workshop is FREE!! and includes the curriculum and activities. Check out the attached flyer and register.

Enjoy this coding ride! I hope to see you there!

*Even though this is “coded” as a K-5 workshop, if you teach middle and high school, you are more than welcome to join.

FYI – this is not part of any “trade-off” list of classes approved by the district.

Code.org Professional development workshop

Saturday, Oct. 14th, 9am-3pm

3601 Pecos Street

Fort Worth, TX

Lunch will be provided.Teachers will receive free swag bags, curriculum book, and certificates at the end of the professional development.

Sign up link:

Please use the link below to sign up for this workshop.


https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/2977/enroll

Kimberly M Lane

Kimberly began her career in technology education 11 years ago gaining experience teaching students in grades K-12 in Mississippi and Texas. She has taught Computer Discovery, STEM, Technology Applications, AP Government, Business Education, Video Production, Computer Science, and Web Design courses over the past 11 years and has served as a campus technology coordinator. She has also served as a technology consultant for The New Teacher Institute since 2011 and she serves as a guest technology consultant for the Global Academic Technology Essentials Teacher Institute at Mississippi State University. Kimberly is currently a District Blended Learning Specialist in Texas. Kimberly earned a BA in Educational Technology, a MEd in Secondary Education and an Ed.S in Secondary Education with a specialization in Technology from Jackson State University.



What teachers say about Kimberly's workshops

"I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop and wish other types of computer science applications offered similar workshops.” - Martha from Dalton, GA"

""Kim was fantastic. She got us up and running with the course and time flew by. We left with a great sense of accomplishment and a desire to go and get started with our students. Thanks for a great class.” - Michael K. from Lewisville, TX"