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CSTA 2019 Annual Conference Workshops and Sessions
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Sunday, July 7, 2019
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Workshop TitlePresenter NameGrade level(s)
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1:00 PM - 4:00 PMUsing picoCTF to Teach Introductory Computer Security ConceptsMartin Carlisle6-8,9-12
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AP CS Principles and The Beauty and Joy of Computing CurriculumAlexandra Milliken9-12
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Game Changineer: Unleashing the Power of English to Computational Thinking
Michael Hsiao3-5,6-8, 9-12
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Middle School Minds Blown with micro:bitAnna Otto6-8
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Developing Educational Games and Teaching Computer Science with Roblox
Matthew Cheng9-12
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Human Centered Design CharretteLauren Bricker6-8,9-12
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Monday, July 8, 2019
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Workshop TitlePresenter NameGrade level(s)
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9:00 AM - 12:00 PMCyber Security High School CurriculumDerek Babb9-12
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MIT App Inventor Middle School JumpstartKaren Lang6-8
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Group Work that Works: Agile for Authentic LearningJennifer Manly6-8,9-12
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Bring 3D and Virtual Reality Programming to Your Computer Science ClassRoger Jaffe9-12
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Machine Learning for Kids WorkshopJoe Mazzone3-5,6-8, 9-12
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K-5 CS is NOT Just Coding: Teaching Non-Algorithms & Programming Standards
Todd LashPK-2,3-5
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1:00 PM - 4:00 PMHands-on Cybersecurity with Wireless Robots and NetsBloxAkos Ledeczi9-12
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Creating Apps in Code.org's App Lab EnvironmentBill Barnum6-8,9-12
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Integration CT+X: A Workshop to Plan Your Integration ActivitiesDiana FranklinPK-2,3-5,6-8
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Programming and Physical Computing with Raspberry PiBinsen Qian6-8,9-12
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K-12 AI PlaygroundDavid Touretzky3-5,6-8, 9-12
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Teaching Teachers About Algorithms: A Differentiated PD ModelBryan (BT) TwarekPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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Tuesday, July 9, 2019
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Session TitlePresenter NameGrade level(s)
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AMWeTeach_CS and You Can Too!Carol Fletcher9-12
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Advanced CS Concepts in High School: One Tool to Rule Them AllAkos Ledeczi9-12
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Engage Students by Programming Socially Responsible Serious GamesThomas O'ConnellPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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Teaching Literacy & Computer Science with Google’s CS FirstWilliam Marsland3-5,6-8
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Software for a Formal Peer-Review and Grading System in ScratchBen SchaferPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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How to teach AI across K-12Deborah SeehornPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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Arizona Computer Science - from Standards to ImplementationSarah SleasmanPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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11:15 AM - 12:15 PMThe School of ThingsDaniel Law6-8,9-12
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You can teach Machine Learning to High School Students!John Chapin9-12
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Lessons Learned from the AP CSP ReadingPaui Tymann9-12
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A New Approach To Teaching CybersecurityLarry Sjelin6-8,9-12
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Get to Know the Creative Computing Curriculum GuideLaura PetersPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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Are You a “Foo” for Coding?Jennifer NishimotoPK-2
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Building Student CAPACiTY thru Culturally Authentic Computational Thinking
Douglas Edwards9-12
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2:15 PM - 3:15 PMPRIMM – scaffolding understanding of programming through dialogueSue Sentance6-8,9-12
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AP Computer Science – Game Programming within the Java SubsetDavid Devine9-12
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Bootstrap Data Science: Using Data to Answer Questions that MatterEd Campos6-8,9-12
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Teaching the Engineering Design Cycle through 3D printingStephen Erick6-8
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Incorporating Project-Based Learning Effectively in the CS ClassroomJustin CannadyPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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Leveraging Teacher Leadership to Build & Scale CS CommunityKylie DavisPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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PLAY: How Immersive Experiences can bring Ethical CS Conversations to Life
Jennifer Manly6-8,9-12
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3:30 PM - 4:30 PMMini-Session #1*
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Nifty AssignmentsBaker FrankePK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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From CS Courses to a CS Program: Institutionalizing your CS effortsMichael BurgevinPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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Innovative Coding through EmbroideryTammy Glass6-8,9-12
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The Peer Coaches' ToolboxMeg RayPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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Teaching Computational Thinking in Early ElementaryBryan (BT) TwarekPK-2
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Making Computer Science Classes Culturally Relevant for All StudentsChristy CrawfordPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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Wednesday, July 10, 2019
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Session TitlePresenter NameGrade level(s)
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10:00 AM - 11:00 AMMini-Session #2**
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Preparing Students for Success on the APCS-A ExamDave Reed9-12
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Cyber Security Hands on Lab for BeginnersKeith Peck9-12
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Strategies to teach coding to 'ALL' students
Sheena Vaidyanathan
3-5,6-8, 9-12
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Introduction to Machine Learning for KidsJoe Mazzone3-5,6-8, 9-12
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CodeSnaps: Reducing Barriers to K-12 CS EducationJennifer SabourinPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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Introduction to Grassroots Advocacy: How to Make Your Voice HeardKatie HendricksonPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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11:15 AM - 12:15 PMMini-Session #3***
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Introducing the New APCS-A Labs!Sandra Czajka9-12
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Advanced Topics in Intro Programming: The Beauty & Joy of Computing Course
Mary Fries9-12
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Philosophy to Pedagogy: Practical ways to create an inclusive classroomKhevna Shah6-8,9-12
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Crowdsourcing multiple choice questions for computingMiles Berry3-5,6-8, 9-12
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Collaborative Computing in Elementary GradesSarai GouldPK-2,3-5
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Taking Your CS Classroom to the Next Level: Flipping, Agile, & Gamification
Brandon Milonovich6-8,9-12
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* Mini-Session #1:Curriculum observations from teaching with GrasshopperLaura Holmes6-8,9-12
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CMU CS AcademyErin Cawley9-12
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Explore Oracle Academy BenefitsLisa Palombo6-8,9-12
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** Mini-Session #2:Is Your Classroom Environment Welcoming to All Students?Leslie AaronsonPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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Scratch Educator Meetups: Participatory Professional Learning for Teachers
Alexandra KutlerPK-2,3-5, 6-8,9-12
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*** Mini-Session #3:How EngageCSEdu Can Help You!Briana Morrison9-12
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How to Effectively Manage a CS ClassSean Raser6-8,9-12
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Building a Cyber Center for ExcellenceCorinne Araza9-12
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