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Coding in Schools - #SPC17305

Non-Credit Course
15 Clock Hours

Course Description
The purpose of this course is for participants to learn the history of coding, particularly in education, coding formats and how coding fits into the K-12 curricula, and how coding can help prepare future-ready students.

Global Goals of the Course
To deepen and/or apply the content and skills of the teacher’s existing professional knowledge base by meeting the following global goals of this course:

1. To understand the impact coding can have on student learning. (ISTE 1-3)
2. To help students understand how being introduced to coding in school can have a meaningful outcome for their future career choices. (ISTE 1-4)
3. To have a working knowledge of how you will be able to incorporate coding into everyday curriculum. (ISTE 1-2)

Self-Paced courses are delivered within our online classroom and available 24/7. You can begin your study program at any time.

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