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Hosted by The Greater Richmond Area Education Technology Consortium (GRAETC). Educators in the Greater-Richmond Area, passionately supporting connected learning.

NEW - Demo Slams! Join your fellow educators and share what works in your classroom including ideas, apps, solutions, gadgets, and pedagogy. Each presenter will have a maximum of 3 minutes to share their knowledge with the crowd as we hoot, holler, and encourage. In the end, one person will be awarded the highly coveted EdTechRVA Demo Slam Champion and win a free registration to next year’s conference. Don’t be shy!
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Wednesday, March 11 • 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Integrating Computational Thinking in an Elementary Classroom

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Computational Thinking and Computer Science were added to the SOLs for K-12 this year. How are you incorporating these new standards into your instruction? Come to hear about lessons learned from observations of four elementary teachers who piloted these standards last year and share your thoughts on how they align with the standards you teach.

BertJacoby.com/rva20

Speakers
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Dr. Bert Jacoby

Coordinator of Digital Equity, Albemarle County Public Schools
Former classroom teacher and learning technology integrator, currently on Leadership team in Department of Technology for Albemarle County Public Schools.


Wednesday March 11, 2020 2:30pm - 3:15pm EDT
Room 1104