This brand new workshop from WeTeach_CS looks to show both CS and non-CS teachers ways to integrate Computational into K-12 core academics.

Many people think Computational Thinking (CT) is just for computer science, however, CT represents a set of skills that need to be integrated into all subjects, because CT is one of the top skills requested from today’s employers. Computational Thinking is a thinking process that can be implemented from K-12 and mirrors many of the methods already in use within content areas. During this workshop, participants will discover what computational thinking is, how to integrate it and the value of adding it to their daily instruction in order to improve student engagement during class. Computational Thinking is not just for GT crowd, as all students will benefit from from acquiring CT skills.


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  • When – Monday, February 12, 2018 – Tuesday, February 13, 2018
  • Where – Austin, TX
  • Cost – $200
  • Registration Deadline – February 6, 2018 at 5PM
  • CPE Credit – 11 hours
  • Accommodations and Travel Reimbursement – Attendees may be eligible for reimbursement of travel and accommodations expenses. See registration page for details.

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