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    Introduction to Scratch

    September 1st, 2020

    Learn how to teach simple programming commands using Scratch. Scratch is an online tool that students can use to develop computational thinking skills such as decomposition and debugging. Additional resources will be provided so that educators can reflect, practice, and incorporate Scratch in their curriculum.

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    Computational Thinking - LIVE Code Broadcasts and Educator Resources

    September 1st, 2020

    Learn about computational thinking with your students by bringing a facilitator virtually into your classroom. During this webinar, educators will learn more about the concepts covered during our 2019/2020 LIVE Code broadcasts and access the recordings and resources. With NEW RESOURCES, learn how to model the broadcast recordings in a blended approach with students.

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    Introduction to Twine for Interactive Storytelling

    September 3rd, 2020

    Learn how to use Twine to help your students develop their science communication skills through interactive storytelling. Create branching stories, text adventure games, or “choose your own adventure”, and then publish to an HTML file for easy sharing. A must-have tool for your online teaching and flipped classroom toolbox.

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  • Man looking at computer

    Introduction to Scratch

    September 3rd, 2020

    Learn how to teach simple programming commands using Scratch. Scratch is an online tool that students can use to develop computational thinking skills such as decomposition and debugging. Additional resources will be provided so that educators can reflect, practice, and incorporate Scratch in their curriculum.

    Read more about Introduction to Scratch
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    Build a Virtual Scavenger Hunt

    September 8th, 2020

    Create interactive scavenger hunts using Google My Maps and Google Forms. Learn how to design a sequence of questions and challenges that support the diverse needs of students. Add fun and discovery to student learning while teaching persistence and resilience with debugging activities.

    The session length is 30 minutes plus time for Q&A after the presentation.

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  • Woman using computer

    Introduction to Twine for Interactive Storytelling

    September 8th, 2020

    Learn how to use Twine to help your students develop their science communication skills through interactive storytelling. Create branching stories, text adventure games, or “choose your own adventure”, and then publish to an HTML file for easy sharing. A must-have tool for your online teaching and flipped classroom toolbox.
    Read more about Introduction to Twine for Interactive Storytelling
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    Fostering Student Engagement Using Edpuzzles

    September 10th, 2020

    Want to simulate an in-person discussion about a video that students are watching independently? In this webinar, you can transfer the in-person technique of questioning to an online environment. Select a video from a variety of sources, then using Edpuzzle, learn how to cut, voiceover and add questions for a graded assessment.

    Read more about Fostering Student Engagement Using Edpuzzles
  • Map on iPad

    Build a Virtual Scavenger Hunt

    September 10th, 2020

    Create interactive scavenger hunts using Google My Maps and Google Forms. Learn how to design a sequence of questions and challenges that support the diverse needs of students. Add fun and discovery to student learning while teaching persistence and resilience with debugging activities.
    Read more about Build a Virtual Scavenger Hunt
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    Creating Community Using Flipgrid

    September 15th, 2020

    Gather around the virtual white board to learn how Flipgrid can help infuse your plans for differentiated instruction and alternative forms of assessment. Learn how to create community building icebreakers, collect weekly reflections, share book talks, explore STEM principles, and give mini-presentations.
    Read more about Creating Community Using Flipgrid
  • Woman using computer

    Fostering Student Engagement Using Edpuzzles

    September 15th, 2020

    Want to simulate an in-person discussion about a video that students are watching independently? In this webinar, you can transfer the in-person technique of questioning to an online environment. Select a video from a variety of sources, then using Edpuzzle, learn how to cut, voiceover and add questions for a graded assessment.
    Read more about Fostering Student Engagement Using Edpuzzles
  • Three girls looking at a laptop

    Creating Community Using Flipgrid

    September 17th, 2020

    Gather around the virtual white board to learn how Flipgrid can help infuse your plans for differentiated instruction and alternative forms of assessment. Learn how to create community building icebreakers, collect weekly reflections, share book talks, explore STEM principles, and give mini-presentations.

    Read more about Creating Community Using Flipgrid
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    Building Resilience through Scientific Experimentation

    September 17th, 2020

    In this webinar, we will discuss how you can combine teaching strategies and scientific experimentation to build competencies around resilience and persistence while developing a safe environment where inquiry and questioning are encouraged.

    The session length is 30 minutes plus time for Q&A after the presentation.

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