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Tuesday, February 27 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Why Should We Code in Elementary Classrooms?

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Are you interested in coding in your elementary classroom but not sure where to start? Join this session to learn how to easily add coding into multiple content areas. See what students are saying about the coding process. Learn how to get more engagement and collaboration from your students. See why coding is becoming a critical part of the elementary classroom and preparing students to be 21st century workers.

Presenters
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Beth Austin

I am a first grade ESL teacher who made the switch from the corporate world to teach and inspire the next generations. Last year I added coding into my classroom and watched my students' engagement, collaboration and curiosity explode. My goal is to imbed more coding into my curriculum... Read More →

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Phil Hintz

Director of Technology, Gurnee School District 56
Phil Hintz is the Director of Technology for Gurnee School District 56 in Gurnee, Illinois where he has been for the past 12 years. Currently, Phil's district is in their 6th year of a district- wide, 1:1 iPad initiative for all 2400 students and teachers in grades Pre-K through 8... Read More →


Tuesday February 27, 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pm
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