Our training sessions get educators excited about code, which is the first step in promoting digital literacy among students.
Learn the key concepts, perspectives and practices that make coding a valuable tool for learning, problem solving and innovation. This workshop also introduces subjects like computational thinking, block coding, physical computing with the micro:bit and more, and trains you on integrating these tools into your curriculum. Micro:bits included.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
WHAT YOU’LL LEAVE WITH
“Well paced and engaging start to end. Packed with practical, ready-to-use plans and materials. Great example of abstract theory / why this is useful in our classes and for our students; and decomposition of steps / how to implement. Excellent intro for those of us at the beginning - looking forward to more training on next steps - piqued my interest!”
- Teacher, Yukon
"Thank you so much for putting together this hands-on workshop, I promised my students and colleagues I’ll come back with a lot of new ideas and resources for them and I’m happy to say they will not be disappointed.”
- Teacher, B.C.
"Very accessible approach by your team to educators like me with limited background in coding. Easy buy in for teachers as you all provided resources, ongoing support during sessions, handy and well designed take home resources for teachers who are at the entry level of coding. Very generous offering on all levels to us teachers. Many thanks!"
- Teacher, Ontario
The micro:bit is a small programmable computer that promotes inclusive and creative learning that primes students to explore the rich potential of physical computing. Use it to teach any subject, from science to physical education.EXPLORE
Want to share knowledge, experiment with new technologies and build a network of educators in major cities across Canada - in a fun, relaxed environment? Our recurring Meetups connect K-12 educators who want to learn the best and easiest ways to bring code into their classrooms. These Meetups are open to any K-12 educator, regardless of subject or level of expertise.
(Scratch 3.0, art:bit)
470+ educators currently networking and learning across Canada. Join a group near you.