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Wednesday, July 15 • 10:10am - 11:00am
Happy 'Hours of Coding'

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Coding is all the rage for the classroom these days. But getting started, knowing what to use, and knowing the steps to implement it in the classroom take a lot of planning and understanding. If you are new, or semi-new, come let me share what I have learned and how my students successfully learn to code every year. We will start with the basics of code.org, dive deep into Scratch, where will spend most of the class and then learn of extended opportunities that you can provide for your students with little coding knowledge yourself. Your eyes will be opened to an array of sites to use and I will settle your fears of getting started.


Lea Anne Daughrity

Lea Anne Daughrity is a specialist in the area of 1:1 devices in education. She led one of the first large-scale iPad rollouts in the state of Texas and has shared her knowledge and understanding in venues around the state and across the country. She believes that handheld devices are a tool that can enhance learning and can empower the end user. She shares with local scouting groups in her community about the importance of their digital... Read More →
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Karie Huttner

Educational Technology Coordinator/Math Resource Teacher, Verona Area School District
I love learning about how to incorporate technology to strengthen teaching and learning. I am a creator at heart. As a blogger for the Discovery Educator Network blog iMake iLearn, I am able to share ideas of how to make in the virtual and physical world with different mediums like 3D printing, Minecraft EDU, Spheros, cardboard, LEDs, and more. I believe that everyone has an inner Maker and just needs the opportunity to find the right medium.

Wednesday July 15, 2015 10:10am - 11:00am
Mary Graydon Conference Room 203-205 American University

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