Creative Computing is a six-week online workshop for educators who want to learn more about using Scratch and supporting computational thinking in the classroom and other learning environments.
The workshop, which is free, begins on Monday, June 3 and ends on Friday, July 12.
The online workshop will be followed by a day-long, in-person symposium at the Harvard Graduate School of Education on Saturday, July 13.
Join the Creative Computing Google+ Community to find out more information, hear updates, and post questions before registration opens on June 1.
This experience is all about connection. Sure, we have some topics and themes to explore, and we’ll have plenty of things to make and do, but really Teach the Web is about connecting with other people who are passionate about spreading digital and web literacies. It is the interaction with the people around you that will make this a successful learning experience. Teach the Web is meant to be a social collaboration, rather than a solo deep dive into content.Sign up as a participant!The Teach the Web blog at http://hivenyc.org/teachtheweb
the G+ Webmaker Community is the place we’ll be sharing and discussing at a deeper level.
The hashtag for this experience is #teachtheweb
After this course you will not take the Internet and Web for granted. You will be better informed about important technological issues currently facing society. You will realize that the Internet and Web are spaces for innovation and you will get a better understanding of how you might fit into that innovation. If you get excited about the material in this course, it is a great lead-in to taking a course in Web design, Web development, programming, or even network administration. At a minimum, you will be a much wiser network citizen. Course Syllabus
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