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GPDE5643C: Coding in the Elementary Classroom  (3 cr.)
Computer science is fast becoming a necessity in the modern classroom. This course will help elementary teachers explore the process of coding in the classroom. The process of coding isn’t limited to just the computer lab or science classroom. Through coding, students acquire valuable life skills such as logical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, communication, and persistence, These skills can be applied to every subject area and every grade level. This course will give elementary teachers the confidence, knowledge, and practical experience to incorporate coding and computer science principles into their classrooms. Participants will explore several free resources for coding and get ideas for projects to use with their students. Teachers will develop a plan for using coding and computational thinking with their students in their classrooms to enhance learning. Everyone can code--even you!
Location: Cascade Meadow Wetlands and Environmental Science Center   Map it
Room Number: Room 200
Instructor(s): Laurie Keller
Pamela Bagniewski
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