Coding Academy for Grades K-3
Coding for All! Yes, coding can be used to teach valuable skills within your primary classroom! By integrating coding into your instruction, your students will learn key collaboration, creativity and critical thinking skills. Students will learn how to problem solve with fun and engaging activities.
There are different tools that teachers can use to introduce coding even on a tight budget. Join this long-term academy to learn how you too can introduce your students to coding! The academy will include 3 after school sessions and one day of the METC conference. During each of the after school sessions, participants will get hands-on with different tools available to use within their classrooms. Teachers will also experience “unplugged” activities that they could implement right away.
Jonathon Lee is a METC Educational Specialist and St. Louis RPDC Consultant at EducationPlus.
This is a BYOD academy. EducationPlus has a few laptops for loan during workshops upon prior request.
Audience: Classroom Teachers, Library Media Specialists, Technology Specialists, Curriculum Coordinators
January 18, 2017
February 15. 2017 @ METC Conference
March 1, 2017
April 5, 2017
4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
EducationPlus, 1460 Craig Rd., St. Louis, MO 63146
October 1, 2016 or until registration is at capacity
All training sessions will take place at EducationPlus on 1460 Craig Rd. except for the Feb. 15th session, which will be at the St. Charles Convention Center
**2.0 college credit hours available for an additional fee of $100 per credit to be completed within 90 days of the last day of academy.