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Tuesday, November 8 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Beginning the conversation: uncovering how we can assess computational thinking and project-based learning LIMITED
Limited Capacity seats available

The future of education means that our schools must have the ability to prepare our students to be innovative thought leaders capable of leading an inclusivity and innovation-driven society. How do we develop curricula designed to nurture innovation and children's sense of agency? Many districts are adopting computational thinking as the new literacy and others are embedding STEAM learning and culturally responsive project-based learning to drive innovation.

In this participatory panel discussion you will learn about strategies being piloted in South Fayette School District and Pittsburgh Public Schools to access computational thinking, and you will be able to share your thoughts and views as well. There are no clear answers in this new field of learning, but there are passionate educators like you, with a shared vision, who are working together to remake teaching and learning. We would love for you to join us!


Stephanie DeLuca

Curriculum, Innovation, Technology Coordinator, South Fayette School District

Tuesday November 8, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Room 305

Attendees (16)