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Dr. Katrina Keene

Strategic Outreach Education Manager with Wonder Workshop

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Bryan D. Miller

Director of Strategic Outreach in Education for Wonder Workshop

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So often we as educators, parents, administrators, and students, think of computer science as an advanced class or one a student wouldn’t take until high school. As technology advances so does the need for students to start computer science skills as early as pre-kindergarten.

In this webinar, Dr. Katrina Keene and Bryan L. Miller of Wonder Workshop discuss how, through coding and robotics with connected tools such as Dash, Dot, and Puzzlets, students as young as five years old can begin their journey with technology. PreK-2 educators, SPED educators, librarians, tech specialists, administrators, and makerspace facilitators will benefit from viewing this recorded edWebinar. Learn why these skills are needed, how to begin teaching them, and how to have fun along the way!

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So often we as educators, parents, administrators, and students, think of computer science as an advanced class or one a student wouldn’t take until high school. As technology advances so does the need for students to start computer science skills as early as pre-kindergarten.

In this webinar, Dr. Katrina Keene and Bryan L. Miller of Wonder Workshop discuss how, through coding and robotics with connected tools such as Dash, Dot, and Puzzlets, students as young as five years old can begin their journey with technology. PreK-2 educators, SPED educators, librarians, tech specialists, administrators, and makerspace facilitators will benefit from viewing this recorded edWebinar. Learn why these skills are needed, how to begin teaching them, and how to have fun along the way!

Dr. Katrina Keene

Strategic Outreach Education Manager with Wonder Workshop

Full BIO
Bryan D. Miller

Director of Strategic Outreach in Education for Wonder Workshop

Full BIO
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