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Thursday, March 18 • 8:00am - 9:00am
Introduce Your Students to Computational Thinking with a Speedy Algorithmic Breakfast Routine

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Enrich your students' science experience with computational thinking by integrating the Michigan K-12 Computer Science (CS) Standards into your NGSS classroom. Explore a lesson plan designed to introduce students to CS while engaging with NGSS Science and Engineering Practices and Crosscutting Concepts. In the lesson, students are introduced to algorithms, sequencing and coding in an interactive and accessible way. Lesson materials provided.

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Lindsey Watch

Curriculum Development Associate, Mi-STAR / Michigan Tech
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Lori Hall

STEM Teacher, Saginaw Public Schools
Twenty-five years of teaching and it never gets old!  With a love of middle school science, I transitioned into a K-8 STEM teacher and love inspiring students (and adults) to have fun learning.  This is my third year as a Noyce Fellow in the MTP Grant through Michigan Technological... Read More →

Thursday March 18, 2021 8:00am - 9:00am EDT
Hopin Session