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January 2019

Social Studies: Deep Dive into Free Online Resources

January 29 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Western Reserve Public Media,
1750 Campus Center Dr
Kent, 44240 United States
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A full day focused on free online resources for Social Studies grades K-12. Audience: Social Studies Teachers Grades K-12.  Workshop fee: $125.00

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Science: Deep Dive into Free Online Resources

January 31 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Western Reserve Public Media,
1750 Campus Center Dr
Kent, 44240 United States
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A full day focused on free online resources for Science Teachers grades K-13. Audience:   Science Teachers Grades K-13  Workshop fee: $125.00

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February 2019

Language Arts: Deep Dig into Free Online Resources

February 5 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Western Reserve Public Media,
1750 Campus Center Dr
Kent, 44240 United States
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A full day focused on free online resources for Language Arts grades K-14.   Audience: Language Arts Teachers Grades K-14  Workshop fee: $125.00

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Coding with Scratch and Blockly

February 6 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Western Reserve Public Media,
1750 Campus Center Dr
Kent, 44240 United States
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Coding can be a powerful tool in your classroom that can be integrated across all subjects.  But  what is Coding?  How does it work?  What should I use?  Join this workshop and we will answer all these questions. Learn about coding programs such as Scratch and Blockly.  Participants will explore coding in Scratch and Blockly and then use what they have learned to program devices through Makey Makey as well as robots Dash and Dot, Ozobots and other robots controlled by…

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Spreadsheets Across the Curriculum

February 7 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Western Reserve Public Media,
1750 Campus Center Dr
Kent, 44240 United States
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Learn how spreadsheets can be used in almost every class and grade level. Spreadsheets are a great tool for teaching students analysis of information, sorting and grouping, event mapping, statistics and more. Not sure you if you really need to be bothered with spreadsheets? Just take a look at the top three levels of Bloom's Taxonomy-- Creating, Evaluating and Analyzing and you will quickly see that Spreadsheets are probably one of the most powerful tech tools for students to become…

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Code.org’s CS Fundamentals (Elementary) workshop 2/19

February 19 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
CET Public TV,
1223 Central Pkwy
Cincinnati , OH 45214 United States
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The Computer Science Fundamentals Intro Workshop is a full day introduction to CS Fundamentals for educators who are interested in learning more and getting started with the course. This workshop is intended for K-5 educators who are new to teaching CS Fundamentals, and might still be figuring out if they want to teach CS Fundamentals. At the end of the workshop, you will know: The importance of all students having access to computer science, and the teachers’ role in creating…

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Code.org’s CS Fundamentals (Elementary) workshop 2/20

February 20 @ 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Lake Geauga Computer Association,
8221 Auburn Road
Concord twp., OH, OH 44077-9179 United States
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The Computer Science Fundamentals Intro Workshop is a full day introduction to CS Fundamentals for educators who are interested in learning more and getting started with the course. This workshop is intended for K-5 educators who are new to teaching CS Fundamentals, and might still be figuring out if they want to teach CS Fundamentals. At the end of the workshop, you will know: The importance of all students having access to computer science, and the teachers’ role in creating an…

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March 2019

Code.org’s CS Fundamentals (Elementary) workshop 3/7

March 7 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
NWOET,
245 Troup Ave. Room 119 Bowling
Green, OH 43403 United States
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The Computer Science Fundamentals Intro Workshop is a full day introduction to CS Fundamentals for educators who are interested in learning more and getting started with the course. This workshop is intended for K-5 educators who are new to teaching CS Fundamentals, and might still be figuring out if they want to teach CS Fundamentals. At the end of the workshop, you will know: The importance of all students having access to computer science, and the teachers’ role in creating an…

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