Coding is an essential skill for today’s students. Learning to code is valuable because it can teach students how to solve problems and work together in creative ways. This fun, two-day workshop is delivered by Apple Professional Learning Specialist who can help you get started teaching with the free lessons offered in the iPad apps, including Tynker.
Participants are required to bring their own iPad.
Register for the Kent ISD session here.
Everyone can code
The Cyber Innovation Center (CIC), in partnership with the Michigan Department of Education and the Department of Technology, Management, & Budget, will be offering a one-day professional development session for K-12 educators and administrators. This
session will showcase robust Cyber & STEM curricula developed by the CIC’s team of university faculty, master teachers and subject matter experts.
The event will be held in Lansing on February 11, 2016. Click here for details and a one-page flyer.
The Department of Homeland Security has identified The Cyber Innovation Center as the national model for cyber education, thus allowing the free access to curricula threads including: Cyber Literacy, Cyber Science, Physics, Advanced Math, Computer Science
and much more! The curricula is being taught by thousands of teachers across the country.
Teachers are the key to systemic and sustainable change in education. During this informational session, teachers will gain hands-on experience with curricula, projects, and technology that provide new, innovative ways to engage their students in entirely new ways! This transformation will provide greater opportunities for learning as well as introduce students to potential Cyber & STEM career fields.