Play and Learn at Home

Play and Learn at Home

Welcome To Our CODING Dont Just Play On Your PhoneProgram It - Former President Barack Obama Mr. Gonzalez, Ms. Gossen, Ms. Mueller, Ms. Spataro CHAMPS for our Presentation

Conversation Please keep side conversations to a whisper. If you have to take a call, step out into computer lab or hallway. Help Questions are strongly encourage. Feel free anytime to stop and ask a question or

give a comment. Just give me a signal. Activity We will about coding and why it is important to learn! Movement Please stay seated. If you need to use the restroom, they through the double doors

down the green hall about 30 feet on the left. Participation We will have a presentation and then time to interact at computers. Success You will leave here with a few ideas of how to practice computer programing and

coding skills to challenge your students. What is S.T.E.M.? Video Click on Picture It encourages a 21st century learning environment where students not only have the curiosity to wonder why, but the motivation to discover how. Todays S.T.E.M. focus will be on Coding in the area of Computer Science. Coding is giving one or more commands or algorithm(s) designed to be carried out by a computer.

"Simply put, code is a tool that lets you write your story with technology. Why Code? The ability to write computer softwareto codeis an important skill. Code is one of the worlds most use languages.

Coding empowers students as well as teaches them grit and resiliency. It moves people from being consumers of technology to creators of it! Why Code? Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer because it teaches you how to think.

Steve Jobs Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of Apple Inc. Why Code? It would be wonderful if every kid wrote computer programs and understood how computers work. It would certainly make you a better thinker. Bill Gates Co-Chairman, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and CoFounder, Microsoft

Why Code? In fifteen years well be teaching programming just like reading and writing. Well be looking back and wondering why we didnt do it sooner. Mark Zuckerberg Founder, Facebook Why Code? Every girl deserves to take

part in creating the technology that will change our world, and change who runs it. Malala Yousafzai Nobel Peace Prize Winner Why Code? 4 CING The Future Lets learn the foundations of coding

using the 4 Cs. The 4 Cs Why the Four Cs? Critical Thinking When creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking are combined with

coding, we end up with a style of learning that resonates with students. Collaboration Communication Creativity Is Coding Supported by Standards? Programming concepts such as conditions, loops, and functions also serve to teach basic English and Math principles. Programming is not specifically mentioned in the CCSS, but still serves

to fulfill a number of requirements: English Language Arts Learning to give instructions Learning programming vocabulary Math Counting Pattern Recognition Counting Objects Answering How many? Comparing groups Solving complex problems Lets Code Go To Internet Web Browser> Big Idea #1 What is a Program?

A Program is a list of instructions you create to tell a computer what to do. Big Idea #2 What is a Repeat Loop?

A Repeat Loop repeats any block or blocks you put inside it, as many times as you say. Big Idea #3 What is Code Efficiency?

Use as few blocks as possible to solve the puzzle (just 5 blocks for this puzzle). Big Idea #4

There are No Mistakes in coding! If your code doesnt work, no problem. Find out why, and fix it! Its called debugging Big Idea #5

What is a Conditional? An if-then statement in your code. Conditionals let your code see and react. Big Idea #6

What is an If-Else statement? An if-else statement makes conditionals smarter: if one thing, do this; if not, do something else. Coding is Fun! Growing_number_of_schools_are_letting_students_replace_foreign_language_classe s_with_coding.aspx Reflection What Next? Where can you go to further coding skills?

Reflection 2 What Next? Where can you go to further coding skills and add movement ? Reflection 3 What Next? Where can you go to further engineering skills and add movement ? Reflection 4 What Next?

Unplugged activities when devices or internet are not available! Reflectio n Please keep the handout that reviews the content from today. Review of STEM Coding Websites and Apps Coding with Robots Unplugged Ideas from Today All of the information can be found on our Allen Website under the Library Tab.

You can download and print the PowerPoint and Handouts today. The Coding ideas sheet will have direct links to the websites to save time

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