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Pennsylvania Computer Science for All Summit


Tuesday June 26th, 2018 thru Thursday June 28th, 2018
Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
Description:

As one of the fastest growing sectors in Pennsylvania’s economy, there are 18,000+ unfilled computer science jobs with an average salary of $80,000 and a projected growth of up to 26% annually. To help meet this career demand and fill the gap, Pennsylvania, under the leadership of Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary Pedro Rivera, is working to create and offer opportunities for every learner in computer science. Over the past year, more than 1,300 educators were trained to utilize computer science resources from Code.org, Pennsylvania’s State Board of Education voluntarily endorsed the Computer Science Teachers Association K-12 Computer Science Standards, and Governor Wolf become a leading member of the Governor’s for Computer Science Initiative. The Pennsylvania Computer Science for All Summit is being coordinated to offer educators, school leaders, and stakeholders the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skillset so they can support and provide students with computer science experiences.


      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  8:30AM-4:15PM
6/27/2018  8:30AM-4:15PM
6/28/2018  8:30AM-1:30PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31471   Instructor(s): Multiple presenters
      Session Contact: Sonya Barksdale @ 717-901-2268   Email:sbarksdale@pattan.net
      Extra Cost/Credit info:   Individuals attending this workshop must arrive on time and stay the duration of the workshop in order to receive Act 48 Professional Education hours.
      Payment Instructions:   There is no cost for this course.
     

As one of the fastest growing sectors in Pennsylvania’s economy, there are 18,000+ unfilled computer science jobs with an average salary of $80,000 and a projected growth of up to 26% annually. To help meet this career demand and fill the gap, Pennsylvania, under the leadership of Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary Pedro Rivera, is working to create and offer opportunities for every learner in computer science. Over the past year, more than 1,300 educators were trained to utilize computer science resources from Code.org, Pennsylvania’s State Board of Education voluntarily endorsed the Computer Science Teachers Association K-12 Computer Science Standards, and Governor Wolf become a leading member of the Governor’s for Computer Science Initiative. The Pennsylvania Computer Science for All Summit is being coordinated to offer educators, school leaders, and stakeholders the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skillset so they can support and provide students with computer science experiences.

Objectives

Summit objectives:

  • Increase the number educators skilled to provide Computer Science Fundamentals to learners across the commonwealth.
  • Build educators knowledge of exemplar models to implement computer science K-12
  • Build knowledge and skills on how to use tools like the Raspbery Pi, Microbit and Arduino as a conduit for students to learn Computer Science.
  • Increase awareness of the need for computer science education for every learner
  • Build a cohort of school counselors who can be Computer Science Champions.
  • Increase the number of educational leaders prepared to provide high quality computer science experiences for every learners

Target Audience

District Administrators, Principals, School Counselors, School Librarians, K-12 General Ed, Special Education and English Language Learner teachers, anyone interested in K-12 Computer Science in Pennsylvania.

Individuals attending this course must arrive on time and stay the duration of the course in order to receive Act 48 Professional Education hours. Requests for exceptions are to be brought to the attention of the individual´s Superintendent or IU Director prior to the course.

 
 
         
         

      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  8:30AM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31524   Instructor(s): Trainers from DCIU and AIU3
      Code.org CS Fundamentals training is a one-day workshop for K-5 educators interested in teaching computer science. Workshops cover the CS Fundamentals curriculum and offer supplies needed to teach the course. Teachers receive in-person instruction including an introduction to computer science, pedagogy, overview of the online curriculum, and strategies for teaching “unplugged” classroom activities.  
 
 

      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31472   Instructor(s): Multiple presenters
      Please choose one breakout session below you would like to attend from 10:15 AM to 11:15 AM on Tuesday, June 26, 2018.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31475   Instructor(s): Dr. Winnie Black
      The focus of this session will be on the importance and versatility of adding out-of-school time computer science activities to support current and future in-school programming.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31495   Instructor(s): National and local Policy Experts
      K-12 Computer Science Policy Landscape  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31473   Instructor(s): Tyler Samstag
     

DID YOU KNOW?….Pennsylvania currently has 17,255 open computing jobs (3.2 times the average demand rate). The average salary for a computing occupation in PA is $85,654, which is significantly higher than the average salary in the state ($47,540). The existing open jobs alone represent a $1,477,959,770 opportunity in terms of annual salaries.

Pennsylvania had only 2,969 computer science graduates in 2015.

Computer science drives job growth and innovation throughout our economy and society. Computing occupations are the number 1 source of all new wages in the U.S. and make up two-thirds of all projected new jobs in STEM fields, making Computer Science one of the most in-demand college degrees.

This workshop is designed for district- and building-level administrators. In this interactive workshop, administrators will be provided an opportunity to strategically plan the scaling of CS opportunities in their schools and districts and experience Code.org’s free K-12 standards-aligned computer science curriculum.

 
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31474   Instructor(s): Kira Baker-Doyle
      In this session, the presenter will discuss the gap in knowledge of digital literacies and technologies in higher education for professors and instructors in teacher education and how to address it. Few college and university level instructors in teacher education have the knowledge or experience to teach digital-era skills and concepts. This affects colleges and universities abilities to provide adequate professional development for new and experienced teachers in digital literacies and technologies. In this session, we discuss the development and design of the Transformative Teacher Educator Fellowship and Summer Institute, which is designed to address this knowledge gap, with a focus on the relationship between connected technologies, equity, and teaching for social justice.  
 
 

      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  2:00PM-3:00PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31476   Instructor(s): Multiple presenters
      Please choose one breakout session below you would like to attend from 2 PM - 3 PM on Tuesday, June 26, 2018.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  2:00PM-3:00PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31478   Instructor(s): Nikki Navta
      How and when should youngsters learn how to use computers, learn about computer science, and start developing skills that eventually lead to coding? Parents and teachers are concerned about young kids getting too much screen time. Should they allow any? But will kids fall behind if they aren´t allowed much screen time? Good news for concerned adults! It is possible to teach computer science concepts to very young kids—without using computers at all! Come find out some "unplugged" ways to develop computational thinking skills, and you are welcome to share your ideas as well!  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  2:00PM-3:00PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31477   Instructor(s): Demetrius Roberts, Ryne Anthony, & Patricia Egner
      The best way to learn to code is to actually program computer devices. During this session, we will discuss and present cross-curricular hands-on coding experiences, such as simple robotics, maker projects, and project-based learning for students in grades K-12 that connect to the PA Career Education Work standards. This session will provide participants with experiences they can take back to their organizations to increase computer science for all and provide students with learning experiences connected with current and future careers.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  2:00PM-3:00PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31526   Instructor(s): Hanover SD
      K12 Computer Science  
 
 

      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  3:15PM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31480   Instructor(s): Multiple presenters
      Please choose one breakout session below you would like to attend from 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM on Tuesday, June 26, 2018.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  3:15PM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31514   Instructor(s): Scott Petermen
      BSD stands for Build Something Different. We are an international team of social entrepreneurs, technologists and educators dedicated to empowering the kids of today with the tools for tomorrow. For the past five years we have worked exclusively on developing real world relevant technology curriculum, a fully-scaffolded learning environment and ‘Train the Trainer’ program model for scalable, systemic impact. We work with all types of schools to deliver custom technology curriculum to enhance existing lessons in all subject areas as well as, support teachers with professional development on the use and integration of technology into their classrooms. Each partnership is curated to be applicable to the communities they serve and delivered through our online learning environment, which has been designed specifically to ensure it can effectively teach all learners regardless of age or previous experience.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  3:15PM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31481   Instructor(s): Jesse Maine
      In this presentation we will share what was learned by our regional Innovation & Technology Collaborative as we examined how to apply/implement Computational Thinking in our rural schools through practice, planning, and ideation. Perspectives, successes and failures from Intermediate Unit consultants, School/District Administrators and teachers will be shared.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/26/2018  3:15PM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31482   Instructor(s): Ryan Smith
      At Keystone Elementary school, in Knox, Pa, I have the distinct honor of working with all students in the elementary. This includes students in Grades K-6 along with Multi Disability students as well. In my classroom, I am able to incorporate the use of code.org with students in grades 1-6 along with incorporating in a Robotics/Stem Club before school for sixth grade students. During Robotics, students are aimed with different tasks and have to collaborate and brainstorm to complete those tasks. The students also built and designed their own movable robots from scratch and navigated them through different obstacle courses. The students also have worked with add on activities such as the Lego Mindstorm Space Challenge and even designed their own 3D print job in Tinkercad. On top of teach students in K-6 on the necessary computer skills to make them ready for work career readiness, I also use Common Sense Media to instruct on Digital Citizenship. I also use EverFi and have the students complete the overall interactive modules. I also have the distinct pleasure of teaching technology to the Multi Disability Students. These students have grown and advanced in technology and it is always a joy to see the excitement when coming to class. I use a variety of iPads and Interactive Smartboard lessons to instruct on the specific theme for that week in their regular classroom. It´s great to ask the students to do a task or touch a specific item and they go and do it. Finally, students are in my Computer Tech class learn how to use the Google Suite of programs as well.  
 
 

      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  8:30AM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31525   Instructor(s): Trainers from DCIU and AIU3
      Code.org CS Fundamentals training is a one-day workshop for K-5 educators interested in teaching computer science. Workshops cover the CS Fundamentals curriculum and offer supplies needed to teach the course. Teachers receive in-person instruction including an introduction to computer science, pedagogy, overview of the online curriculum, and strategies for teaching “unplugged” classroom activities.  
 
 

      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31484   Instructor(s): Multiple presenters
      Please choose one breakout session below you would like to attend from 10:15 AM to 11:15 AM on Wednesday, June 27, 2018.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31498   Instructor(s): Graci Lani
      The Canon-McMillan School District has made a commitment of computer science for all students by infusing coding daily into their elementary schools. Believing that coding is as essential as reading, writing and mathematics, administrators will share how they became the first district in Pennsylvania to contract with Code to the Future.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31513   Instructor(s): OCDEL
      Computer Science Instruction in Early Childhood  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31497   Instructor(s): State and local workforce leaders
      Computer Science Workforce Needs in Pennsylvania  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31523   Instructor(s): Maggie Deptola
      Join Philadelphia Councilman Allan Domb and CEO of Coded by Kids, Sylvester Mobley, as they discuss how they leveraged public/private partnerships to start multi-year coding programs at over 17 schools in the School District of Philadelphia.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31486   Instructor(s): Jacob Hanchar
      STEM learning ideas with our platform! Puzzlets is a series of games available on a tablet or computer. The games are designed for students in kindergarten through second grade. Puzlets´ motto is to “make game time brain time”. Their goal is to excite early learners about STEAM topics “without even realizing it”. The games introduce "21st century habits of mind" to students through games. Topics covered relate to coding, math, and color theory. Puzzlets are designed by Digital Dream Labs LLC.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31483   Instructor(s): Jamie Bracey PhD
      The Integrated Model for Producing Agriculturally Competent Technologists (IMPACT) program is an intergenerational pilot in Philadelphia designed to introduce computer science and engineering design to environmental and agriculture CTE students, supporting their interest in career pathways related to urban sustainability - environmental science, bioengineering, water remediation, micro-grids - almost all of it reliant on computer science and information technologies.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31485   Instructor(s): Kristen Landers
      Over the past seven years, I have incorporated everything from keyboarding and basic word processing to coding and 3D design into my elementary computer classes. I’ll share where I obtain resources (many free) as well as how these skills are benefiting the students in their regular education classrooms. Join me to share ideas and resources.  
 
 

      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  2:00PM-3:00PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31499   Instructor(s): Multiple presenters
      Please choose one breakout session below you would like to attend from 2 PM - 3PM on Wednesday, June 27, 2018.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  2:00PM-3:00PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31510   Instructor(s): Jonathan Regino
      Computational Thinking  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  2:00PM-3:00PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31512   Instructor(s): Kristen Landers
      Over the past twenty years, I have taught everything from business math to programming and web design to keyboarding in K-12 public schools. Seven years ago, I began teaching at the elementary level and discovered a need among my rural students, the need to learn cool stuff. I run three different after school programs for our students that cover a wide range of topics. The activities are constantly changing and no two years are the same. We have done everything from baking soda bottle rockets to coding to digital displays to cryptography and most recently ornithology. I would love a chance to share what I do, learn about what others do and collaborate to provide more and more engaging opportunities for our students across Pennsylvania and around the world.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  2:00PM-3:00PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31511   Instructor(s): Grace Lani
      Canon-McMillan will share how over time, they moved from pockets of innovation and coding to fully immersive coding elementary schools. Administrators will share their Continuum of Computational Thinking and program implementation strategies that helped teachers embrace coding as an essential skill, embedding coding into core curriculum taught by the classroom teacher rather than stand alone technology class.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  2:00PM-3:00PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31501   Instructor(s): Lisa Kovalchick
      This session will provide several examples of hands-on computer science activities that can be carried out in both in-school and out-of-school time settings. Throughout the session, participants will learn best practices for introducing Computer Science concepts to students. A variety of research- based resources will be provided to help recruit and retain students in computing. I am also proposing to have a vendor booth to promote the PA STEM Girls Collaborative Project and the Central and Western PA chapter of the National Center for Women & IT.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  2:00PM-3:00PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31515   Instructor(s): Dauphin County Libraries
      The Changing Role of Libraries in the Digitial Age  
 
 

      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  3:15PM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31500   Instructor(s): Multiple presenters
      Please choose one breakout session below you would like to attend from 3:15PM - 4:15PM on Wednesday, June 27, 2018.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  3:15PM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31504   Instructor(s): Joshua Schuler
      The Cyber Robotics Coding Competition (CRCC) is a multi-phase competition consisting of a scaffolded, skills-building Boot Camp, a week of competitive coding, and a live, in-person codeathon. CRCC is best-suited for middle school-aged youth with no previous coding, robotics, or computer science experience... but why should students have all the fun? We will launch an educator-only competition in the weeks before PA CS for All Summit and hold the finals during the session. We will demo the platform for those not competing, share learnings from past CRCC´s in New Hampshire, DC, and West Virginia and our plans to bring a state-wide CRCC to Pennsylvania in Fall 2018.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  3:15PM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31503   Instructor(s): Graci Lani
      Canon-McMillan will showcase how classroom teachers K – 12 have embedded coding within their core courses to include Scratch programming, Lego WeDo and EV3 robots, Beebot, drones, spheros, ozobots, robotics, and arduinos.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  3:15PM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31505   Instructor(s): Josh Beals
      3D printing is a medium that allows learners to be engaged in both computational and design thinking experiences. This presentation will focus on two ways to incorporate 3D printing into the classroom. First, 3D printing for learners, which cover topics such as students as designers and the printing process for students, from start to finish. The second way to incorporate 3D printing is to use it to produce instructional aids for students to use in the learning process. Examples of how 3D printing is used in the classroom to support middle school STEM math will be present and showcased. Finally, there will be discussion centered around getting started in 3D printing in the classroom with helpful tips and considerations for the beginner.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/27/2018  3:15PM-4:15PM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31516   Instructor(s): Representatives from TECHNOChicas
      TECHNOLOchicas is a national initiative of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) and Televisa Foundation designed to raise awareness among young Latinas and their families about opportunities and careers in technology. TECHNOLOchicas uses the powerful stories of Latinas from diverse backgrounds, who are in technology fields, and recognize the power of innovation to change the world. These stories allow girls to see and relate to real-life role models.  
 
 

      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/28/2018  8:30AM-9:45AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31517   Instructor(s): Multiple presenters
      Please choose one breakout session below you would like to attend from 8:30 AM to 9:45 AM on Thursday, June 28, 2018.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/28/2018  8:30AM-9:45AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31521   Instructor(s): Representatives from South Fayette SD
      Robotics for All students  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/28/2018  8:30AM-9:45AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31522   Instructor(s): Maggie Deptola
      In this workshop, learn how to develop CS education goals for your school based on age group, teacher competencies, available equipment, industry trends, and more. Case study - Public/private partnerships to increase CS in public schools with Councilman Allan Domb. He is a big supporter of ours and has used his connections to the business community to help fund our programs at 20 schools in Philadelphia - Presentation on connecting CS education to industry trends (lessons learned from a CTO Roundtable we´re holding in May) - Workshop on developing CS ed goals for your school based on age group, teacher competencies, available equipment, etc  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/28/2018  8:30AM-9:45AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31520   Instructor(s): Amy Cliett
      Tech Shopz after school program  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/28/2018  8:30AM-9:45AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31519   Instructor(s): Sara Frey
      Participants will preview Wonder Workshop´s "Teach Wonder" online professional learning program and Dash robot.  
 
 

      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/28/2018  10:00AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31507   Instructor(s): Multiple presenters
      Please choose one breakout session below you would like to attend from 10 AM to 11:15 AM on Thursday, June 28, 2018.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/28/2018  10:00AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31479   Instructor(s): Ben Smith
      Block based coding is a perfect transition for students to learn how coding can be seen in physical objects that move. Bring your computer and come learn how to use block based coding with different types of robots and apps.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/28/2018  10:00AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31518   Instructor(s): Representatives from the SD and the University
      Bringing computer science to the Johnstown SD.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/28/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31508   Instructor(s): IHE and District Leaders
      Ensuring all students have equitable access to computer science instruction.  
 
 
      Scheduled Date(s)/Time(s):  
6/28/2018  10:15AM-11:15AM
      Location: PaTTAN - Harrisburg Map  6340 Flank Drive Suite 600 Harrisburg, PA  17112-2793
      Session: 31496   Instructor(s): Representatives from Intag
      The Internet of things and Aquaponics  
 
 


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