Participants will use "hands-on" activities to explore and learn how to use ADST / Computational Thinking tools to combine and enhance different curriculums to support our diverse learners. The session will start with unplugged coding activities and move through different digital tools that are located on district iPads and finish with coding mBots or Spheros. Mixing ADST with Science, Math, Language Arts and other curriculum areas.
There will be hand-outs to take back to your classroom to explore and use.
Participants need their own iPad and laptop.
Scott Smith - Grade 7 teacher at Bayridge Elementary. Prior to teaching grade 7, I was the district ADST Helping teacher for two years. I have also taught high school technology for 15 years.