8:00 - 8:30  Welcome to CSF
  • bit.ly/csf_agenda_hawaii
  • Twitter: (Link)
    • #CSforALL
    • @TeachCode
    • @HikariKishi
  1. Code Studio (Link)
  2. Join the Class (Link)
  3. Google+: Code.org Hawaii (Link)
  4. Presentation (Link)
Why is studying CS important?
  • CS Changed Everything (Link)
  • CS Fundamentals (Link)
  • Curriculum Overview (Link)
  • Computational Thinking Practices
    • Creativity

    • Collaboration

    • Communication

    • Persistence

    • Problem Solving

  • Full Code.org Glossary (Link)
Overview of Our Day!
  • Workshop Overview
  • Set Intentions
  • Norms
 8:30 - 9:10  Model: Unplugged Lesson
  • Unplugged: D.1
  • Graph paper programming
  • (Link)
 9:10 - 9:40  Model: Plugged Lesson
  • Plugged: D.2
  • Introduction to online puzzles
  • (Link)
 9:40 - 9:55  Break and Lesson Assignments
 9:55 - 10:35  Prep: Unplugged Lesson
  • Lesson Assignments
  • Setup and Context
  • Planning Time
 10:35 - 11:30  Dry Run 1: Unplugged Lesson
  • Dry Run Team 1
  • Dry Run Team 2
  • Reflection and Discussion
 11:30 - 12:30  Lunch
 12:30 - 1:00  Code.org Website
  • Teacher Dashboard
    • Create Classes
    • Add Students
    • Move Students
  • Resource Links
    • CSF Resources (Link)
    • CSF Unplugged (Link)
    • Creating a New Class (Link)
    • Planning and Prepping (Link)
    • Code Studio with Students (Link)
    • Student Progress (Link)
 1:00 - 1:30  Prep: Plugged Lesson
  • Lesson Assignments
  • Setup and Context
  • Planning Time
 1:30 - 2:20  Dry Run 2: Plugged Lesson
  • Dry Run Team 1
  • Dry Run Team 2
  • Reflection and Discussion
 2:20 - 2:35  Break
 2:35 - 3:05  Teaching CSF to All Students
  • Connecting Discussion
  • Equity Video (Link)
  • Resources (Link)
 3:05 - 3:40  Creating Implementation Plan
  • Work Time to Make a Plan
  • Share Your Plan
 3:40 - 4:00  Wrap Up
  • Clear the Parking Lot
  • Discussion
  • Swag Bags
  • Group Photo
  • Survey

By the end of the workshop, teachers will know...
  • The importance of CS for all students, and the teachers’ role in creating an environment where all students can learn equitably.

  • How CS Fundamentals can be used as an avenue for getting CS to all students.

  • What CS Fundamentals courses look like (lesson plans, online activities, unplugged activities).

  • Which courses and lessons of CS Fundamentals are most appropriate for their students.

By the end of the workshop, teachers will have...
  • A plan of action for starting to teach CS Fundamentals.

  • Long(er) term goals for how deep into the course they would like to go.

  • Strategies for teaching CS Fundamentals lessons.

  • A connection to the community of CS Fundamentals teachers.
Contact Information:

Shane Asselstine

Code.org K5 Facilitator

Email: asselstine@pd.code.org

Google Plus: +Code.org K5 Hawaii Teachers

Twitter: @HikariKishi

@TeachCode #CodeOrgPD @HikariKishi