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Teach our free elementary computer science curriculum

Are you looking for a way to increase student engagement, promote critical thinking and problem solving skills, and find practical ways for your students to solve complex problems? Teaching computer science concepts may be the answer.


Code.org has created a free course to introduce even the youngest students to computer science concepts using a blended learning approach.


This workshop, taught by an experienced computer science educator and Code.org affiliate, will prepare you to teach the Code Studio courses in your classroom. Attendees receive free curriculum materials and classroom supplies necessary for teaching this curriculum. A light lunch of assorted sandwiches is included in this no-cost workshop.

Who should attend?

K-8 Classroom Teachers

Technology Integration Specialists

Technology Teachers

Administrators

Library Media Specialists

After-school Providers

Home-School Educators



This curriculum is an introduction to computer science concepts, but it's adaptable and fun for all. The courses also reinforce math, science and ELA standards along with introducing foundational 21st century skills. It's engaging for students, and EASY for teachers to use with all students in the classroom.

When/Where:

When: Monday, February 9, 2015, 8:30 - 4:00


Where: NH Department of Education, Concord, NH


Register for Concord workshop


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When: Saturday, March 14, 2015, 9:00 - 5:00


Where: Pease Public Library, Plymouth, NH


Register for Plymouth workshop


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When: Saturday, March 28, 2015 9:30 - 4:30


Where: Howe Library, Hanover, NH


Register for Hanover workshop


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When: March/April


Where: Seacoast Area, TBA


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When: April/May


Where: Southwest NH, TBA


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