About this Event
Preparing teachers for Ontario’s new math curriculum
Teachers!* Join KCJ – one of the education advocates who advised on the new math curriculum – for a special teacher training session that unpacks the new curriculum and outlines the new coding outcomes to bring into your classrooms.
We’ll take you through the basics of teaching code with a few simple programming activities using the block-coding platform Scratch. Then, we’ll explore how to connect activities directly to the required outcomes for each grade level. This fun and interactive session will show how easy it is to get started with coding in the classroom, and how powerful it is as a tool for you and your students to create, collaborate and explore!
Our experienced instructors will be on hand to answer any questions you might have about the curriculum, or about teaching coding.
* This webinar addresses the recent changes made to the Ontario math curriculum, but all teachers in Canada are welcome to join!
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Who is this workshop for?
Educators across Canada. No previous experience necessary!
What materials do I need to take part?
- A stable connection to the internet
- A laptop or computer.
- A webcam is recommended, if possible.
This workshop is offered free of charge through funding from the federal government’s CanCode program.
Would you like to attend a more in-depth training to learn how to engage kids in AI, coding, and digital citizenship? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to organize a private online training with KCJ for educators in your community.