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Saturday, September 21 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Computer Coding as Part of the K-12 Curriculum (Workshop) LIMITED

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The sudden proliferation of organizations whose main objective is to make computer coding more accessible to the general population and in particular, to underrepresented groups, underscores the fact that increasingly it is being recognized that learning programming can provide students with multiple benefits. They include becoming better learners, developing a deeper understanding of technology and having a wider and better paid range of career options. Participants in this workshop will hear from educational experts and researchers about the benefits of giving students the opportunity to develop coding knowledge and skills, the best ways to do this, and the efforts underway to make computer coding an important part of the K-12 curriculum.

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Jan Cuny

Since 2004, Jan Cuny has been a Program Officer at the National Science Foundation.  Before coming to NSF, she was a faculty member in Computer Science at Purdue University, the University of Massachusetts, and the University of Oregon.  At NSF, Jan leads the Education Workforce... Read More →

Wendy Rivera, Esq.

Director, Hispanic Affairs and Staff Counsel, Minority Media and Telecommunications Council
Wendy Rivera, Esq., Director of Hispanic Affairs and Staff Counsel, Minority Media and Telecommunications CouncilWendy is the Director of Hispanic Affairs and Staff Counsel for Minority Media and Telecommunications Council (MMTC). MMTC is a national nonprofit... Read More →

Saturday September 21, 2013 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
Louis XVI Center

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