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Servane is a Computer Science Engineer and worked 11 years in the Tech industry. In 2014 after being a volunteer educator and teaching kids how to code, Servane founded a non-profit organization Code for fun (www.codeforfun.com) that focuses on enrichment, curriculum for schools and teachers training to expand CS education in K-12. Servane is the Executive Director of Code for fun and also teaches computer science during the year in Middle School.

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Present a curriculum that covers a minimum of 10 hours of instruction to teach students in middle school or high school how to use Snap! and design thinking processes to build awesome games. People will have access to a free online curriculum and a printed version when attending the workshop. (https://www.codeforfun.com/lesson-plans-68th)

The first projects of the curricula help students get used to Snap! with a simple game. However, the workshop will focus on the more advanced games in order to help educators understand how to link design thinking, physics, and math into Computer Science and use Snap! to build an interactive game. Participants should therefore be already familiar with Snap! and have an account online.

Participants will need to bring their laptops as this is a hands-on session.

This workshop is presented by Code for Fun, a non-profit organization focusing on K-12 Education.


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Duration:
1 h
Room:
Zoom 3
Conference:
Snap!Con 2020
Language:
English
Track:
Workshop
Difficulty:
N/A