Code.org CS Workshop

Welcome to the Code.org Computer Science Fundamentals Workshop!CODE_partnerlogo_vert_RGB (2)

Agenda

I Code.org Overview and Workshop Objectives

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3 TLO Model: Getting Loopy- Unplugged Lesson from Course 1

4 TLO Model: Maze: Loops, Puzzle – Online Lessons from Course 1 (Try it!)

5 Break (Look for the Code.org Standards Docs on the homepage of the teacher dashboard.)

6 CS Teaching and Learning Strategies (Handout) (if on schedule)

  • 4 Corners Activity
  • Use Gonoodle for Free Brain Breaks
  • Use the Code puzzles and lessons as Incentives, Brain Breaks, to Break Up the Routine, and as Extra Credit
  • CS Teaching Tips
7 CS Vocabulary (Full glossary at the back of curriculum book or online here.)

8 Teacher, Learner, Observer (TLO) Lessons: 4 Groups of up to 10 in each. Count off by four.

9 Lunch/Dinner on Your Own (1 hour) and Group Prep for TLO Lessons (30 min). Decide who will lead which part of the lesson.  Complete at least 10 Puzzles :-). See Puzzle progress.

10 Lesson 1 – The Big Event: Group 1 Teaches, Group 2 Learns, Group 3 Observes

  • TLO Reflections
  • Course 1 Standards Alignment
  • How is the lesson aligned to the Math, Science, and ELA TEKS?
  • Access, Equity, and Opportunity Observations
11 Lesson 2 – Conditionals with Cards: Group 2 Teaches, Group 3 Learns, Group 1 Observes

  • TLO Reflections
  • Course 2 Standards Alignment
  • How is the lesson aligned to the Math, Science, and ELA TEKS?
  • Access, Equity, and Opportunity Observations
12 Lesson 3 – Songwriting: Group 3 Teaches, Group 1 Learns, Group 2 Observes

  • TLO Reflections
  • Course 3 Standards Alignment
  • How is the lesson aligned to the Math, Science, and ELA TEKS?
  • Access, Equity, and Opportunity Observations
13 BreakHour of Code 2015 Video (Sign Up to Introduce Your School to Computer Science)

14 Equity

15 Support / Q&A from Today’s Meet

16 Integration with Commitment

17 Closing Words

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