TeachTech 2021 Interest Form
Join us for the fourth annual Code Haven TeachTech conference in late January / early February to learn how to integrate coding and computer science in your classroom!
TeachTech is Code Haven's conference for teachers interested in incorporating computer science curriculum into their classrooms. We will be teaching computer science fundamentals and showing how we've demonstrated concepts to students in a fun and engaging way.
*** Tentative Events ***
> Introduction to Code Haven
> Opening Keynote
> Coding Fundamentals
> Q & A Panel of CS Educators
> Closing Keynote
*** Potential Workshops ***
> Unplugged activities
> MIT App Inventor
> Coding/Tech Education Resources
> Interdisciplinary CS
> CS in the Virtual Environment
If you have any questions, feel free to contact
To learn more about our event, check out these articles about TeachTech from past years:
School / Affiliated Organization:
What city/state are you from?
How did you hear about this event?
Someone in my organization
Did you attend TeachTech in previous years?
Please describe your position:
Library Media Specialist
Please select the weekend dates for which you would be able to attend remotely.
1/16/2021 - 1/17/2021
1/23/2021 - 1/24/2021
1/30/2021 - 1/31/2021
2/6/2021 - 2/7/2021
2/13/2021 - 2/14/2021
None of the Above
Please describe your computer science background (no CS experience needed)!
I have taken a computer science class in high school.
I have taken a computer science class in college.
I have no computer science background.
If you have used any of the programs below, please check them off.
MIT App Inventor
What environment are you hoping to implement coding in?
After school club/extracurricular
As a standalone coding class during the school day
Integrating coding/computer science with another subject
Which of the following events would you be interested in? (select all that apply)
Introduction to Foundational Computer Science concepts
Implementing MIT App Inventor in the classroom
Implementing Code.org in the classroom
Implementing Scratch in the classroom
Designing Unplugged Activities (not on a computer) to teach concepts
Implementing robot activities in the classroom
Networking Event with other participants
Additional CS/tech education resources
CS in the virtual environment
Self-selecting Bias and how to avoid it
How Code Haven teaches CS - our methodology
What other topics would you want to be covered at TeachTech?
How can we best help you learn how to teach your students computer science? Is there anything you think we should know about you or your classroom?
How much experience do your students have with Computer Science?
Is there anything else you would like us to know? We'd love to hear your questions or concerns!
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