Investigating the 2024 eClipSe using Computer Science

Overview

Indiana is going dark in April 8, 2024 when our state is on the path of totality for the solar eclipse and Nextech is EXCITED about the computer science integration opportunities for this event!

Join us as we walk you through a full week’s worth of computer science integrated Eclipse lessons that explore easy and accessible ways on how to use computer science as the vehicle for students to investigate and explore moon phases, astronomy, and the eClipSe through both plugged and unplugged CS activities. Activities use the Indiana grade-level science, integrated STEM, and computer science standards to give you an opportunity to teach the science through computer science.

Eligibility and Pre-Requisites

This workshop is for K-5 or 6-8 (two separate workshops, targeting each of the gradebands) Teachers, Computer Science Teachers, Media/Library Specialists and Resource/Tech Teachers.

Workshop Details

  • Cost: $0
  • Dates:
    • K-5 Workshop: Thursday, February 22, 6:00PM – 8:00PM ET (virtual) –> Register Today
    • 6-8 Workshop: Tuesday, March 5, 6:00PM – 8:00PM ET (virtual) –> Register Today
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