Taught by Code.org facilitators who are experienced computer science educators, our workshops will prepare you to teach the Code.org curriculum.
Participants should bring their own device (laptop). Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
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Chinma is a mathematics and computer science teacher at the Greater Hartford Academy of Mathematics and Science and CREC’s Academy of Aerospace and Engineering in Hartford, Connecticut. She is currently the President of the Connecticut Chapter of the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA), and a member of the Computer Science Advocacy Leadership Team. Chinma is committed to the mission of the CSTA, which includes bringing computational thinking to all K-12 students. This commitment translates into exploring and promoting tools that make computational thinking easily accessible to K-12 teachers and students.
What teachers say about Chinma's workshops
“It was enlightening, enjoyable, and had a great mix of what I feel anyone would need to feel confident to start bringing computer science to the elementary level.” - Rosemary B. from Wallingford, CT
“I arrived anxious about being able to teach the curriculum having no background in computer science. I left excited to begin teaching students using code.org activities.” - Nancy W. from East Granby, CT
“This workshop was one of the most useful, relevant, and amazing PD opportunities I have ever experienced. The PASSION for teaching code to ALL students is embedded in all the videos, instruction, and materials. I can’t wait to start teaching my K-5 students.” - Nancy S. from Newtown, CT