STEM Webinar - How to Get Started with Cross Curricular Coding

STEM Webinar - How to Get Started with Cross Curricular Coding

Join our webinar with Cory Gleasman, Assistant Professor of Computer Science Education at Tennessee Tech University as he talks about how to incorporate coding and technology across upper elementary and middle school classes. Cory will discuss how to use coding and active play as an entry-point to incorporating computer science across different subject areas whether students are virtual or in-person.

In this webinar, you will learn:

1) How to use cross-curricular coding to get your students engaged and moving whether they are learning from home or at school.

2) Examples of games and lessons you can try to get your students learning the basics of problem-solving and computational thinking.

3) Examples of how one coding activity can apply across many different subject areas.

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