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Sunday, February 23 • 10:05am - 11:20am
Coding into the Future: Projects for Middle School Math

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Experts say coding is the most important job skill of the future. Set students up for success by incorporating computer science in middle school math class! Incorporating coding projects into your class empowers students, strengthens math skills, and increases engagement. Let’s explore how to create, implement and assess math-related coding projects for students (and teachers) at all levels of experience. Come live the student experience and leave with resources for tested projects.

Speakers
avatar for Jillian Kearney

Jillian Kearney

Math Teacher, The Archer School for Girls
6th grade & 8th grade math teacher, CPM lover, coder, rock climber and a great listener. Come talk to me about math and teaching!
avatar for Kelly Lougheed

Kelly Lougheed

Computer Science Teacher
Talk to me about computer science and coding in math class!



Attendees (36)