Learn to teach Code.org six CS Fundamentals courses, which are designed to be implemented across each year of elementary education and are built to be flexible for your classroom. This workshop will unpack the Indiana standards, explore the curriculum, and the tools for classroom management all from the comfort of your home.
Learn to teach Code.org six CS Fundamentals courses, which are designed to be implemented across each year of elementary education and are built to be flexible for your classroom. This workshop will unpack the Indiana standards, explore the curriculum, and the tools for classroom management
Teachers who have experience teaching the Code.org CS Fundamentals curriculum and are looking to dive deeper into the curriculum or get more support. Educators will leave with a customized implementation plan, strategies for overcoming roadblocks, and ideas to foster a strong CS classroom.
This workshop is specifically designed for elementary school educators who have been asked to bring computer science to their general education classrooms and are wondering the best way to add it in to their already busy schedules. This workshop will unpack and explore the Indiana standards and share specific lessons, curriculums, and strategies to integrate CS into the classroom.
Learn the capabilities of the micro:bit mini computer and how to integrate it into the CS Fundamentals classroom. This workshop is intended for educators who are wondering “what’s next?” after teaching the Code.org CS Fundamentals Courses E, F and/or Express and are anxious to add a physical computing device into their K-8 classroom
Picademy is the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s free, two-day training program that helps educators jump start their digital making journey. You’ll learn how to bring coding to life and explore new ways to create with technology.
After graduating from Picademy, attendees become Raspberry Pi Certified Educators and join an active network of educators around the world. They also gain access to high-quality educational resources as well as additional professional development opportunities within our network.
Picademy is for all educators, including classroom teachers, librarians, technology coaches, after-school and community educators and beyond. No experience with computer science or coding is required.
Want to learn more? Read this educator blog post to learn more about Picademy’s impact or watch the video below from the Picademy 2018 season.
Applications are due April 15, 2020.
Fill out the short form below to receive our newsletter for updates and information on Nextech and our initiatives.
Thank you for signing up to receive monthly updates from Nextech.
Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@nextech) to join our conversations on computer science, coding, education and all things that fuel our passion.