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Saturday, March 4 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Demystifying Computer Science for K-12 Education

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We will define the CS K12 framework as presented by the CA State Board of Education in October 2016.
What are the obstacles and barriers to implementing Computer Science?
Why do we (students and teachers) need to do Computer Science?
How much do I (students) need to know?
Develop some talking points and a plan regarding why computer science education should be for all students.

Speakers
avatar for Casey Agena

Casey Agena

Program Manager, Silicon Valley Education Foundation
Casey Agena is the Learning Innovation Hub (iHub) manager at the Silicon Valley Education Foundation (SVEF). Before joining the Foundation in 2016, he worked at Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii and in the San Francisco Unified School District. His passions include: Inquiry-based learning through tackling “real world problems,” and attacking the Digital Divide. In particular, bringing maker-type curricular interfaces to middle and high... Read More →
avatar for Arati Nagaraj

Arati Nagaraj

Director, Learning Innovation Hub, Silicon Valley Education Foundation
My journey has been focused on teaching and learning. | Ask me about: | * EdTech integration and implementation in classrooms/schools/districts | * CS opportunities for teachers and students


Saturday March 4, 2017 10:30am - 12:00pm
Room 9 Union Middle School, 2130 Los Gatos Almaden Rd, San Jose, CA 95132

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