Registration for the 2019-20 National Coding and Robotics Teacher Cohort
Be the first to join a national collaborative experience using coding and/or robotics to solve real-world challenges throughout the Grade 6 to 9 curriculum.

Become a robotics and coding education leader in your school, creating and testing student learning challenges all while co-learning with peers.

During the 2019-20 school year, join educators in a national collaborative experience to create and test student learning challenges that use coding and/or robotics to solve real-world challenges throughout the Grade 6 to 9 curriculum.

The cohort commitments consist of:
- attendance at an in-person event in Regina, SK (August 14th and 15th) or St. John's, NL (August 21st).
- 3 virtual meet-ups during the 2019-20 school year with participation in the online community.
- creating and testing student learning challenges created by the cohort during the year.
- a willingness to share and become a part of a professional community of practice.
- participation of your class in a virtual student challenge in the spring.

Please complete this form by June 30, 2019, to apply to be part of this exciting professional learning opportunity. We have limited spaces to be part of this experience.

Thank you for your interest. Cohort announcements and logistics will be shared with successful participants by July 12.

Questions can be sent to professionallearning@letstalkscience.ca.

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This year's cohort is limited to educators who reside in Saskatchewan or Newfoundland and Labrador.
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