Teaching Programming Intro (Workshop) – AVAILABLE

This workshop program aims to build basic programming skills which are needed in teaching many different computing courses in high school. The workshop is broken into three, two-hour sessions. Each session has two primary focuses – building programming skills and building skills in developing assignments and assessing student work. The three sessions are – Block-Based Programming, Python Programming I, Python Programming II. The first session builds skills using the most popular in-browser programming environments that are used as first programming environments at many levels. The second two sessions build skills in the most popular first text-based programming language. Click Here for Learning Outcomes.

Prerequisite: No previous programming or computer science experience will be assumed. Attendees will benefit from bringing a functioning laptop; this is not required.

Indiana State University

Instructor: Dr. Jeff Kinne – jkinne@indstate.edu,
Devon Kinne – Devon.Kinne@indstate.edu

Credit Hours: 6 PGP

Date: 3/12 & 4/16 & 5/7, 2020 (5 – 7 p.m.)

Location: Face-to-Face at Indiana State University at 200 N 7th St., Terre Haute, Indiana 47809

Teacher Level: Grade 6-12