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Dec
19
2014
Fri
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Randy Kolset, x4337

Event Date Dec 19, 2014
Location Orange County Department of Education
Dec
11
2014
Thu
Hour of Code for Elementary Students and Teachers
 Description
What is Hour of Code? http://hourofcode.com/us Computers are everywhere, but fewer schools teach computer science than they did 10 years ago. Less than 2.4% of college students graduate with a degree in computer science and the numbers have dropped in the last decade. We’re on our way to change this! If you heard about the Hour of Code last year, you might know it made history. In one week, 15 million students tried computer science - this year, let's make it even bigger. The Orange County Department of Education is supporting you in getting in your hour of code. Join in our Hour of Code 2014 - a FREE one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. Who should attend OCDE’s Hour of Code? We are looking for elementary, middle school,and high school students and teachers in any curricular area. Once you have registered you will get login information that will allow you and your class to attend our Hour of Code tutorial. Don’t forget to Invite more people or host an event of your own. http://hourofcode.com/resources/hoc-one-pager.pdf Learn more with the following video - http://youtu.be/rH7AjDMz_dc Questions? Contact Randy Kolset rkolset@ocde.us This event is a Webinar that you must access from your computer.

Event Date Dec 11, 2014
Location
Closed
Hour of Code for Elementary Students and Teachers
 Description
What is Hour of Code? http://hourofcode.com/us Computers are everywhere, but fewer schools teach computer science than 10 years ago. Less than 2.4% of college students graduate with a degree in computer science and the numbers dropped since last decade.  We’re on our way to change this! If you heard about the Hour of Code last year, you might know it made history. In one week, 15 million students tried computer science - this year, let's make it even bigger The Orange County Department of Education is supporting you in getting in your hour of code. Join in our Hour of Code 2014 -  a FREE one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.


Location WebEx Webinar
Closed
Hour of Code for Junior High and High School Students and Teachers
 Description
What is Hour of Code? http://hourofcode.com/us Computers are everywhere, but fewer schools teach computer science than they did 10 years ago. Less than 2.4% of college students graduate with a degree in computer science and the numbers have dropped in the last decade. We’re on our way to change this! If you heard about the Hour of Code last year, you might know it made history. In one week, 15 million students tried computer science - this year, let's make it even bigger. The Orange County Department of Education is supporting you in getting in your hour of code. Join in our Hour of Code 2014 - a FREE one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. Who should attend OCDE’s Hour of Code? We are looking for elementary, middle school,and high school students and teachers in any curricular area. Once you have registered you will get login information that will allow you and your class to attend our Hour of Code tutorial. Don’t forget to Invite more people or host an event of your own. http://hourofcode.com/resources/hoc-one-pager.pdf Learn more with the following video - http://youtu.be/rH7AjDMz_dc Questions? Contact Randy Kolset rkolset@ocde.us This event is a Webinar that you must access from your computer.

Event Date Dec 11, 2014
Location Webinar. Register for Password and Links.
Closed
Dec
10
2014
Wed
Leading Edge Certification Digital Educator
 Description
8 Weeks; December 10, 2014-January 28, 2015 Digital education is part of every classroom today. If you are looking to advance your technology in education skills and understanding of effective technology integration, then this course can help. The Leading Edge Alliance—a group of nonprofit organizations, universities, and governmental bodies— has developed a certification program for K-12 teachers. The certification is a national program to prepare teachers and instructional leaders for digital education. Leading Edge Digital Educator Certification curriculum is based upon the National Education Technology Plan, Common Core State Standards, and the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T). Completion of the program will result in a portfolio of technology-enhanced projects demonstrating learning activities that encourage students to think critically, communicate, collaborate, and create. Leading Edge Certification Digital Educators exemplify effective utilization of technology-rich learning opportunities.  Learning Objectives: In this course you will learn about: pedagogy and technology connections digital literacy and citizenship data literacy curation and creation communication and collaboration learning environments Please Note: Please Note: Courses consist of: •   a registration/orientation (three hours, in person) •   a close/portfolio review (three hours, in class) •   a one hour online webconference mid session overview •   eight weeks of online work (eight modules – one per week) For additional information •   Contact Randy Kolset - rkolset@ocde.us •   http://ocde.us/EdTech/Pages/Professional-Development/Leading-Edge- Certifications.aspx 

Event Date Dec 10, 2014
Location Orange County Department of Education
Closed

 
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