Multistate Initiative Aims to Help K-12 Teachers Integrate Coding and Robotics into Classroom - Tech Learning

Multistate Initiative Aims to Help K-12 Teachers Integrate Coding and Robotics into Classroom

Through the Teach Wonder initiative, state-based partners will support professional learning experiences that address topics ranging from classroom design to lesson planning.
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Wonder Workshop, creator of Dash, Dot, and Cue robots, today announced the Teach Wonder initiative, a collaboration with state-based nonprofit partners designed to give every educator the knowledge and skills needed to bring state-of-the-art coding and robotics experiences into the classroom.

Launched in partnership with the Association of Computer Technology Educators of Maine (ACTEM), Delaware County Intermediate Unit (DCIU), mindSpark Learning, New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education (NYSCATE), and Teachers Teaching Tech (T), Teach Wonder will offer educators in Colorado, Maine, Montana, New York, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, and Wyoming the resources to support the integration of coding and robotics skills into everyday teaching and learning, along with the opportunity for continuing education credits through participation in online courses.

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Through the Teach Wonder initiative, state-based partners will support professional learning experiences that address topics ranging from classroom design to lesson planning. 

Teach Wonder program combines the engaging robots, Dash, Dot, and Cue, with 12-hour  in-depth online lessons that educate teachers on the background for Computer Science and Robotics, and how to best integrate these tools into their classrooms.

The Teach Wonder program is available to all teachers at www.teachwonder.com.

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