3-hour workshop: Scratch 3.0, February 9, 2019
KCI is pleased to announce the next Computer Science Workshop in the series. Join us for a fun 3 hour coding workshop on the NEW Scratch 3.0--a complete new re-write of MIT's Scratch, a block based coding language, that now works on tablets and phones.
Understand how to use the new Amazon Web services text to speech extension, the Google language translation extension, and the new Vector graphics editor. Participants will also learn fundamental coding concepts like manipulating strings and lists and how to define your own blocks in the new Scratch 3.0.
- For educators familiar with Scratch, this is the perfect workshop to take your coding skills to the next level and make the most of the new Scratch 3.0 features.
- For those less familiar with Scratch, this is your time to come fall in love with coding in Scratch.
All levels of coding experience, and all grade level educators welcome. The workshop will include a networking lunch with other educators interested in computer science.
Thanks to the generous funding from Microsoft, the workshop AND lunch is available to Bay Area educators for a $25 registration fee.
Instructor: Sheena Vaidyanathan has been teaching computer science in California public schools for 8+ years and has extensive experience with K-8 curriculum development and professional development. Prior to her teaching career, Sheena worked in Silicon Valley's technology industry. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in computer science as well as a California Single Subject Teaching Credential in Math. She has presented at several conferences and writes articles on CS education.
Questions? Contact Liane Freeman at ude.adhfnull@enailnameerf.
Date: Saturday, February 9, 2019
Time: Workshop 9am to 12 noon / Lunch noon to 1pm
Location: KCI, Foothill College