Coder's Club Playground

A session at Boise Code Camp 2016

Saturday 19th March, 2016

9:45am to 11:00am (MST)

Session Level: youth

We have 60 kids in our K-5 Coder’s Club at school! We meet once a week, after school, and have staff, parent, and industry volunteers come and assist our students in learning how to code. We are primarily using the curriculum from Code .org, and our students are exploring many other languages and platforms through a variety of sites, games, and apps. This is our 2nd year running a Coder’s Club, and we would love to share lessons we’ve learned, and struggles we’ve had in order to help other schools get a club started for their students. After a short presentation, we will bring 60 of our iPads to facilitate a play time for youth to explore the apps and Code .org curriculum our students use. We will conclude the session with a Q & A time for anyone aspiring to begin their own Coder’s Club at their school.

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Kim Miller

2nd Grade Teacher at Barbara Morgan STEM Academy. DEN Star, and Idaho LC for Discovery Ed. I love being in the mountains & using technology with my students! bio from Twitter

Kim Miller is a 2nd Grade teacher at Barbara Morgan STEM Academy in Meridian, Idaho and has 24 years experience in integrating technology into a primary classroom.

Kim is also a Discovery Educator Star, and serves on the Idaho Leadership Council for Discovery Education. She provides training for Discovery Education, technology integration, and STEM for schools and districts in the state of Idaho.

She has been named building Teacher of the Year three times, selected to attend the Discovery Education Summer Institute three times, and has won lesson-planning awards through Digital Learning Day. Kim has also led school technology teams, and designed and implemented iPad integration projects at the school level.

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Time 9:45am11:00am MST

Date Sat 19th March 2016

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