Girls and Boys ages 7-17 are invited to celebrate Scratch Day with Girls Who Code, be.a.coder (coed) and How Girls Code on Sunday, May 21st. This is the third year we will be hosting Scratch Day at Howard Community College. Scratch Day is designed to expose and excite girls and boys ages 7-17 in computer science, computational thinking and the use of technology in problem solving. The event was started by MIT 10 years ago and it is now celebrated by millions of students around the world.
Teacher Training by How Girls Code
Are you an educator interested in learning how to use Scratch? Do you have questions about how it can fit into your curriculum? Join How Girls Code for a two hour training session during Scratch day. You will learn Scratch basics and ideas for incorporating coding into your classroom. Educators at all levels are welcome! Class is limited to the first 20 participants so be sure to register soon! Visit the How Girls Code website www.howgirlscode.com for more information.
- 1:00-1:30 Welcome to Scratch Day!
- 1:30-3:30 Classroom Scratch Activities
- 3:00-4:00 Teacher Training by How Girls Code
- 3:30-4:00 Learn about area coding programs
Cost for this event is 10.00 per person.
Contact / Registration
If you have additional questions contact the host through email.
Registration is required, please register here.