Introduction to Programming Using Python (Workshop)
This workshop has been cancelled.
This workshop introduces data types and variables, control structures (sequencing, looping, branching) and modularity using functions. Algorithm development, testing, and documentation will be integrated. Students will complete sample exercises to illustrate each concept.
The workshop content covers Introduction to Computer Science (ICS) standards ICS-2.1 to ICS-2.9 recommended for grade 9 and Computer Science – Middle Level standard 6-8.PA.2 recommended for grade levels 6 to 8. Click here for Learning Outcomes. Each participant will receive a printed packet of information and free software will be downloaded and installed as part of the workshop.
Prerequisite: No prior coding experience needed. Participants are asked to bring their laptops to the workshop. Macintosh or Windows may be used.
Workshops are designed to be regional professional development opportunities. Teachers may register for any available workshop that is not within their region; however, STEM Teach does not reimburse for travel expenses.
Instructor: Jeff Lehman, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org
Credit Hours: 12 PGP
Date: 6/8/2020 – 6/10/2020 (8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.)
Location: Face-to-Face at Huntington University, Dowden Science Hall, 2120 College Avenue, Huntington, IN 46750
Teacher Level: Grade 6-12