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Incorporating CSS Into Your Thinking & Practices

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    Incorporating CSS Into Your Thinking & Practices

    These foundational level webinars will show you how to use what you already know and teach throughout all content areas while incorporating computer science concepts. Broaden your scope of vocabulary and tasks in your everyday classroom to prepare students for college or career readiness.

    SCECHs: 3 SCECHs are available for each session at no cost.



Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
    
10/04/2021 5:00 PM-6:00 PM Participants are required to be registered and must login to the session within the first 5 minutes in order to be eligible for SCECHs Webinar
Title Remixing the 3 R's of Reading, Writing & Arithmetic into Something Better (Grades 3-5)
Session 20216959
Seats Remaining 199
Session Contact Melinda Waffle269-425-5841
Email :melindawaffle@remc.org
Instructor(s) Cheryl Boes
Units/Costs
 
Credits
3 SCECHs
Description: This work includes participating in a 1 hour webinar covering the topic and 2 hours completing a job-embedded task

Currently, much of school is spent focusing on ELA and mathematics, which is important, but our students need more. In this webinar series, we will explore how to remix ELA and mathematics lessons into Something Better by engaging students with activities that are enhanced with computational thinking (CT) skills, such as decomposition and pattern recognition, that can be utilized in all subjects. We will be using a crosswalk to investigate examples of ELA’s connections to computational thinking, Computer Science/Early Literacy Crosswalk for the K-2 webinar and curriculum connections from Michigan K-12 Computer Science Standards for the 3-5 and 6-8 webinars.

Upper elementary students have a foundation of skills to build upon as they develop more sophisticated methods of problem solving. Help your students learn to break a problem or task into steps and look for “bugs” or areas that need improvement. Allow your students to use creativity, critical thinking and collaboration as they engage in online challenges and unplugged activities. Expand their growth through computer science standards that support these practices. 


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