The Logo Summer Institute is an intensive workshop in creative computing for K12 teachers, parents, and technology integrators. Our project-based approach supports computational thinking and STEAM learning and teaching. The program is highly individualized to accommodate novices as well as more experienced participants, teachers of different subjects, and those who work in informal settings as well as in classrooms.
Learn to code as you explore and create projects using Scratch, Makey Makey, Hummingbird, Arduino, LEGO and a many other hardware and software platforms.
The Logo Summer Institute provides a relaxed atmosphere with a small group of colleagues and a great deal of personal attention from experienced workshop leaders. We have a low participant to facilitator ratio and daily advisory meetings to insure that participants’ individual needs are met.
Nominations are being accepted for K-8 educators to the Logo Summer Institute held in Ft. Bend ISD on August 1-3 2016. Each educator is required to attend the entire three-day institute and be provided with time prior to the end of 2016 to share what they learn with their colleagues in your school/district. The UT Center for STEM Education-TRC will register each attendee and pay for registration directly. Attendee travel and lodging will be paid at state rate as a reimbursement to either the attendee or the district after the event.
The nomination form is located at ——-> Logo Summer Institute Nomination Form. Nominations will be accepted through Friday, March 11th @ 4pm.