Computational Thinking, Computer Science and Coding

Want to see how many ways computational thinking, coding, and computer science are being integrated throughout Vermont schools?  Then you MUST stop by one of these sessions at Dynamic Landscapes 2019!   Check out the schedule for full details on these sessions  *(See links on session titles below)

Roll up your sleeve and do some Hands on Learning with these Extended Sessions

Or attend as session with  these innovative educators

Or stop by one of these tables in  the Champlain Room for additional opportunities to engage with computational thinking, coding, and computer science in the in our Projects, Posters, & Playground space.  

  • Exploring Ozobots
  • ~Darcie Rankin, Richmond Elementary
  • Learn about Opportunities for Makerspaces and Computer Science
  • ~Peter Drescher, Agency of Education
  • Robots for Younger Learners
  • ~Grace Borst, St. Albans City School
  • A Student-Driven Makerspace Intensive: Endangered Species Board Game through Microbits Circuitry
  • ~Genevieve Knight, Heidi Ringer, & Students, Warren School