One-Week Computer Modeling Institute for Middle and High School Educators
In partnership with the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program, the institute will provide an opportunity for middle and high school educators to use StarLogo Nova’s block programming platform and Imagination Toolbox curriculum materials to create computational models or simulations and will highlight some of the classroom-applicable aspects of coding. Across disciplines, coding can capture your students’ attention and engage their creativity and reasoning.
COMPUTER MODELING CAN DO WHAT? MEETING YOUR CURRICULUM GOALS WITH IMAGINATION TOOLBOX 2017
Partners: MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program, Coyle & Cassidy School
Date: July 31 – August 4
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Location: Coyle-Cassidy School, Taunton, MA
Fee: Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, MITS is now able to offer scholarships of $75 per participant, lowering the cost of the institute to $275.
More info: http://mits.org/summer-2017-opportunity-computer-modeling-institute/
*MITS is grateful to the Llewellyn Foundation for providing partial support for this program.