CS4NH Summit

posted Sep 17, 2017, 8:02 AM by Professional Learning

CS4NH Summit  

 

Join us at White Mountains Community College in Berlin, NH on Saturday, September 30, 2017 from 8:00 to 3:00 for the second annual statewide CS4NH Summit. Whether you're completely new to computer science or computer science educator, there's something for you! 

Google's Computer Science Education Outreach Program Manager, Jennifer Wang, Ph.D., will be keynoting.

CS4NH is about expanding K12 access to Computer Science education.  This event will include workshops for a variety of user levels and will be a great opportunity to learn more about integrating CS.
 
There is NO COST to participate. Pre-registration is required and space is limited on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Hands-on workshops will be provided across the K-12 spectrum for novice to experienced computer science enthusiasts. Topics will include:

  • CoderZ cloud-based curriculum (middle/high)
  • Kibo Robotics (grades 1/2)
  • LEGO WeDo 2.0 (grades 3/4)
  • Coding for Mobile Apps Using Bitsbox
  • Using Python to Teach Mathematics and Science
  • Confident Coders (grades 3-5)
  • Project Lead The Way, Computer Science Principles (high)
  • Project Lead the Way, Launch (elem/middle)
  • Growing a Computer Science Program (high)
  • Teaching Mobile App Development (middle)

 
Experts panel
After lunch, a panel of experts will speak to expanding Computer Science education. This will be followed by breakouts with panel experts to dig further into topics.

Cost: None! Free to NH educators. Breakfast refreshments and lunch will be provided. 
 
Register online at:  bit.ly/cs4nh2017 or by contacting Lisa Nadeau at North Country Education Services (NCES is handling registration on behalf of CS4NH) at 603 466 5437 or lisa@ncedservices.org

 

 

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Stan Freeda

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