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Saturday, October 5 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Scratch 2.0, Coding, and Computational Thinking

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Scratch 2.0 is the latest web-based version of the Scratch programming language from M.I.T. Learn the basics of Scratch and how it can help students understand the connection between computer programming and important problem solving skills. Computational thinking can help students succeed no matter what their future holds.

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Joe Donahue

Director of Engineering, Crane Country Day School
STEAM curriculum coordinator. I am creating a new engineering department at a private K-8 school in Santa Barbara. The new department will has a new, large maker space which I am currently designing and equipping. | Google for Education Certified Educator | Google for Education Certified Innovator | CUE Lead Learner | Common Sense Media Certified Lead Learner

Saturday October 5, 2013 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Room 910

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