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Teacher PD 


  • Free, live, virtual professional development for teachers and educators to learn about the Computing Challenge: How to get involved, free resources for teaching computer science and coding, and live Q&A!


  • Thurs, Feb 16th, 4:00pm - 5;00pm
  • Thurs, Mar 9th, 4:00pm - 5:00pm


  • What is the Challenge?

  • What is computing?

  • WHY should I teach it?

  • HOW do I teach computing?

  • Practical activities - how to get started

  • Micro:bit, Scratch, wearables, app design, website design

  • Who should attend?

    • Teachers - in school and out of school time!

    • Administrators

    • Never coded before? Curious? You should attend!

    • Looking for more CS in your classroom or school? You should attend!

    • All experience levels welcome

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Student Sessions

Description: During these 30-45 minute interactive, virtual sessions, students learn coding concepts and put them into ACTION, seeing their code control REAL robots, live! 

  • Ideal for grades 3-12, beginner or intermediate level students. 

  • These sessions require NO pre-teaching or prep from teachers. 

  • Students join the session using the link provided from individual computers or Chromebooks. 

  • During the session, students chat with hosts Kelsey and Matt the Robot while helping robot characters solve problems using the coding concepts they learn.

  • Think of these like a virtual field trip or an interactive TV show! 

  • Up to 400 students can join a session at once, so invite a whole class, grade, or school to share the experience!

  • Attend 1 session, or all 3! Each session teaches different concepts.

  • The sessions will also introduce the Computing Challenge and help students generate ideas for using Coding For Good to enter the Challenge!

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