Computer science opens doors for students. Learning even the basics will help students in virtually any career-from architecture to zoology. Just as we teach students how to dissect a frog, or how electricity works, it’s important for every 21st century student to have a chance to design an app or an algorithm, or learn how the Internet works.
You’re invited to join us on November 15, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for an Administrator’s session on Computer Science at Pillar Technology in Columbus, Ohio. Learn about defining Computer Science and how to get your staff prepared to teach the subject.
We’ll also discuss the eligibility requirements for the next round of free training for teachers from Code.org.
Nine out of 10 parents want schools to teach computer science. Ensure our children grow up with the skills to create technology, not just use it.
Will you help bring computer science to our classrooms?
This workshop will be hosted by Pillar Technology: 580 N 4th St, Columbus, Ohio 43215.
Lunch will be provided. RSVP now as space is limited to 25 participants. You must RSVP to participate.
Interested in learning more but unable to attend on November 15th? Contact Kelly Gaier Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org.