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    Digitally Literate Changemakers: Supporting Student-Driven Solutions to Real-World Problems in 10-12

    January 29th, 2020

    Learn to facilitate a student-led design thinking challenge. Rooted in empathetic design, this process leads students through problem-solving from predicting solutions, to testing, to revision, to deployment. Help students develop digital skills and learn how to incorporate open source data to expand the possibilities for inquiry across disciplines at the secondary level.

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  • Volunteer Webinar February 7

    Digitally Literate Changemakers: Supporting Student Driven Solutions to Real-World Problems with 10-12

    February 7th, 2020

    Learn to facilitate a student-led design thinking challenge. Rooted in empathetic design, lead students through problem-solving from predicting solutions, to testing, to revision, to deployment. Help students develop digital skills and learn how to incorporate open source data to expand the possibilities for inquiry across disciplines at the secondary level.

    Read more about Digitally Literate Changemakers: Supporting Student Driven Solutions to Real-World Problems with 10-12
  • Volunteer Career Panel March 19

    Virtual Career Panel

    March 19th, 2020

    Tune into the live event with a panel of professionals who are early in their careers as they give advice for transitioning from your studies into careers and discuss how the skills developed volunteering with Let’s Talk Science support your career readiness.

    Can’t make the date? Register and the webinar recording will be available after the event.

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  • Volunteer Webinar April 22

    Young Computational Thinkers: Unplugged Coding with K-6

    April 22nd, 2020

    Learn how to help young learners develop computational thinking skills such as decomposition, abstraction, pattern recognition, and algorithmic thinking. This webinar includes instructions on activities including Binary Beads.

    Can’t make the date? Register and the webinar recording will be available after the event.

     

    Read more about Young Computational Thinkers: Unplugged Coding with K-6
  • Volunteer Webinar May 7

    Coding with Purpose: Developing Critical Thinkers with 7-12

    May 7th, 2020

    Learn about the design thinking process to help students choose empathy-driven solutions to real world problems.

    Can’t make the date? Register and the webinar recording will be available after the event.

    Read more about Coding with Purpose: Developing Critical Thinkers with 7-12
  • Volunteer webinar June 25

    Creative Collaborators: Solving Problems Using Data with K-6

    June 25th, 2020

    Explore how micro:bits are used in the new Living Space outreach workshop and additional activity extensions. Help students use data to design creative solutions for relevant, real-world problems.

    Can’t make the date? Register and the webinar recording will be available after the event.

    Read more about Creative Collaborators: Solving Problems Using Data with K-6
  • Volunteer Webinar July 7

    Fostering Empathetic Design: Design Thinking and Programmable Devices with 7-9

    July 7th, 2020

    Explore how to incorporate computational thinking concepts in outreach through exploratory, hands-on activities and coding to develop real-world problem-solving skills.

    Can’t make the date? Register and the webinar recording will be available after the event.

    Read more about Fostering Empathetic Design: Design Thinking and Programmable Devices with 7-9
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