Coding in the Curriculum

The ability to reason, think and problem solve are fundamental, 21st century skills that all students need. Through the use of computational thinking, students in grades K-12 can successfully learn how to decompose problems, helping them reason and think of solutions. This is vital work that will impact and help increase students' reading and math scores.

This session will focus on the computational thinking and computer science that is already within these practices. Come join this interactive discovery and take away three ideas to start using computer science in your curriculum.

Presenter - Heidi Williams, Principal, Jefferson Lighthouse Elementary

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