How can you utilize computer programming to help students achieve your curricular goals? Put the engaging power of the screen to use! Learn to program by connecting visual blocks, avoiding the need for you or your students to memorize complex textual commands. Use StarLogo Nova’s block programming platform to create computational models or simulations.
Developed in collaboration with the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program, this course will help you gain confidence in your own block programming capabilities, and you will learn strategies for actively involving students in coding in your classroom. Teachers of all subjects are welcome and will find this platform an engaging way to achieve a variety of curricular goals. No prior experience with computer programming necessary.
Partners: MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program, Coyle & Cassidy School
Dates: July 31 – August 4, 2017 (8:30 am – 3:00 pm)
Registration Fee: $350 per participant *$75 Scholarships available*
Location: Coyle & Cassidy School, Taunton, MA
PDPs: 30 PDPs are available
Registration Deadline: July 15th, 2017 (please call for availability after this date)
For more information, contact: Brianna Wilkinson, Assistant Director of Education, MITS, 617-328-1515 or email@example.com
A $50 non-refundable cancellation fee will be deducted from any refunds prior to July 7th, 2017. No refund requests will be accepted after July 7th, 2017.