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How to Teach Coding (When You Don't Know How to Code)

If you provide programming for teens or adults on the topic of technology, then Computer Coding is likely a program theme you have considered.  From K classrooms to workforce development programs, coding and computational thinking are quickly becoming necessary literacies for the 21st Century. Learn about how you can bring coding into your library even if you are not a coding expert, by exploring DIY coding clubs and options for community partnerships, and trying out models for facilitating learning that do not require subject specific knowledge, like P2PU and Learning Circles.  This session will be held in the Cranston Central Library's C-Lab.

Date:
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:
9:30am - 12:00pm
Location:
Cranston Public Library Central
Campus:
OLIS Continuing Education
Categories:
Digital Innovation Roundtable (DIRT)  

Event Organizer

Nicolette Baffoni

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