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Coding in the Curriculum

Product code: PLS10417
Topics: Coding & robotics
Length: 30 min - 1 hr
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This webinar recording is from the ISTE Professional Learning Series. It aired on Wednesday, October 4, 2017.

The ability to reason, think, use computational thinking and problem-solve are essential digital age skills. But to bring skills like computational thinking to learners, it’s important to understand what it is, and what it is not. In this webinar, administrators, curriculum directors, instructional coaches and teachers will hear about the accurate definition of computational thinking and make connections between computer science and how our own brains acquire and process new information.

Presented by the ISTE Computer Science Network.


Heidi Williams

Bio: Heidi Williams is a passionate coding and computational thinking advocate. Her over 25 years of experience in education include serving as language, science and mathematics teacher for grades 6-8, as well as roles as a differentiation specialist, technology integration specialist, instructional coach, gifted and talented coordinator, elementary principal and K-8 director of curriculum. Williams has shared her passion for integrating coding into the curriculum at local, state, regional and national conferences, and many have leveraged her expertise for conference presentations, coding coaching, professional development and K-12 scope and sequence alignment of computer science skills throughout the curriculum. If you’re interested in supporting K-5 computational thinking, No Fear Coding is an excellent resource with a wide variety of strategies and activities that is also an incredibly approachable read, even for teachers who have no background in coding or computer science. –EdTech Roundup