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Mon November 12, 2018

How to Teach Programming - An Educator Workshop

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Hello educators,
Are you looking for ways to help bring the magic of programming to your students?
At Make School we love seeing the excitement and sense of empowerment that a great introduction to programming can inspire in students. And we love supporting educators who also want to bring that excitement into their own spaces.
Join us for a free 2-hour workshop to get hands-on experience by working through a beginner-friendly coding tutorial and discovering how you can successfully support and mentor students even beyond your own programming level.
Come away with a better understanding of programming basics using one of Make School’s Hour of Code accepted tutorials that you can later use with your own students, such as during the upcoming Computer Science Education Week.


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Who: High school and middle school teachers, and other educators. All experience levels welcome, especially beginners.
Where: The Great Hall @ Make School HQ, conveniently located near Union Square at 555 Post St, San Francisco, CA
When: Monday, 12 November, from 1pm to 3pm, doors open 12:45
Following the educator’s workshop, after a break, there will be a 2-hour workshop for local area students, which all educators are invited to stay for in order to get more hands-on experience with mentoring junior coders.
What to Bring: Bringing a laptop is highly recommended, though participants may also pair up if needed.
What’s Provided:


light refreshments


support in learning to program




support in learning how to teach learning how to program


the chance to visit our new Union Square location


the opportunity to meet current Make School students




CAN'T MAKE IT?
Sign up for an in-class workshop and we’ll come to you! 
Hello educators,
Are you looking for ways to help bring the magic of programming to your students?
At Make School we love seeing the excitement and sense of empowerment that a great introduction to programming can inspire in students. And we love supporting educators who also want to bring that excitement into their own spaces.
Join us for a free 2-hour workshop to get hands-on experience by working through a beginner-friendly coding tutorial and discovering how you can successfully support and mentor students even beyond your own programming level.
Come away with a better understanding of programming basics using one of Make School’s Hour of Code accepted tutorials that you can later use with your own students, such as during the upcoming Computer Science Education Week.


DETAILS
Who: High school and middle school teachers, and other educators. All experience levels welcome, especially beginners.
Where: The Great Hall @ Make School HQ, conveniently located near Union Square at 555 Post St, San Francisco, CA
When: Monday, 12 November, from 1pm to 3pm, doors open 12:45
Following the educator’s workshop, after a break, there will be a 2-hour workshop for local area students, which all educators are invited to stay for in order to get more hands-on experience with mentoring junior coders.
What to Bring: Bringing a laptop is highly recommended, though participants may also pair up if needed.
What’s Provided:


light refreshments


support in learning to program




support in learning how to teach learning how to program


the chance to visit our new Union Square location


the opportunity to meet current Make School students




CAN'T MAKE IT?
Sign up for an in-class workshop and we’ll come to you! 
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