Taught by Code.org facilitators who are experienced computer science educators, our workshops will prepare you to teach the Code.org curriculum.
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Brian is a Curriculum Coordinator with the Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU), as well as Educational Innovator with the AIU’s Center for Creativity. He is a former middle/high school science/digital fluency teacher who always had a keen interest in computers. As a building and district administrator and technology coach, he worked on making computer science accessible to K-12 students as well as pre-service and in-service teachers. As a digital fluency teacher, he taught Scratch and was the first teacher in the US to partner with the mobile app development tool Appsner. Brian is dedicated to ensuring that teachers understand how to best facilitate code.org sessions.
What teacher say about Brian's workshops
"I thought this was an excellent presentation. I enjoyed and came back to my building talking about it with my administrator and colleagues. I will be using this next week in my lesson plans. Thank you!"
"I am so impressed and feel very competent on how to teach my students how to Code. I am thinking about starting a group to teach girls, diverse students, and students with slight special needs how to Code and participate in STEM activities."