Code

Code.org has developed a curriculum that allows even the youngest students to explore the limitless world of computing. Learn about Code.org’s curriculum and try out an unplugged lesson. See how you can receive a free in-person workshop that includes an introduction to computer science, pedagogy, overview of the curriculum, teacher dashboard and strategies for teaching computer science activities.

CS Unplugged: Graph Paper Programming

Thursday: On the hour, every hour
Friday: On the hour, every hour
Presentations are five to 15 minutes in duration.

Presenters: Joann Presbrey and Harvey Scribner
Join us for an ‘unplugged’ lesson and learn how students write algorithms using a set of predefined commands to direct their classmates to reproduce a drawing.

CS Unplugged: Binary Bracelets

Thursday: On the hour, every hour
Friday: On the hour, every hour
Presentations are five to 15 minutes in duration.

Presenters: Joann Presbrey and Harvey Scribner
Join us for an ‘unplugged lesson’ to learn about binary, the only language a computer speaks. You will create a bracelet that is a binary representation of your name and will learn that the same set of data can be represented in more than one way.

CS Unplugged: Dice Race

Thursday: On the hour, every hour
Friday: On the hour, every hour
Presentations are five to 15 minutes in duration.

Presenters: Joann Presbrey and Harvey Scribner
Join us for an ‘unplugged’ lesson where you will identify and write down the algorithm to turn a manual dice game into an automated dice game.