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Hi Folks!

  Just wanted to let everyone know that we are offering a class this summer on CS in k12 Ed in hybrid format - 3 days together and the rest online. 

  If you need funding, every district in Minnesota has been granted money called "Title IV Funds" which are specifically designated for classes like this one. I had to do some digging to find the right person in my district, but they are there and very happy to help! The funds are "use-it-or-lose-it", so they are happy to help someone who wants to use them for a CS-related class, and you can receive both CEU certificates and graduate credit (might cost extra). 

  Please let me know if you have any questions!

Thanks,
John

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Examine the field of K-12 computing education--question its value, look its history, and imagine its future.

CI 5330 | Computer Science for K-12 Educators

Summer 2022, blended format
May 16-June 3, online asynchronous
 with three in-person workshops:

Thursday, June 16: 9:00 am-4:30 pm
Thursday, June 30: 9:00 am-4:30 pm
Thursday, August 4: 9:00 am-noon

Instructor: John Bartucz

 
Tinker. Play. Collaborate. Code. Create. Share.

Computing has quickly become a recognized and important literacy for K-12 students. This course is tailored to K-12 educators who wish to become knowledgeable in both teaching and learning computer science. 

The course is designed as a workshop and discussion group. We will examine the field of K-12 computing education--question its value, examine its history, and imagine its future. We will explore both plugged and unplugged activities as well as resources, curricula, and frameworks that can be used in your classrooms and programs, including robots!

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Course #87598 on Schedule Builder
 

About the instructor: 

John Bartucz is an award-winning IT and computer science teacher in Rochester Public Schools with a special interest in finding ways to engage students from all backgrounds. He is also the president of the local Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA-MN) and a doctoral student in the Learning Technologies program at the University of Minnesota.

Questions? Contact John Bartucz at bart...@umn.edu.

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