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CoderZ webinar with NYSCATE - Shared screen with speaker view
Elizabeth Bacon
18:04
Randy Swartz, District Account Manager
Elizabeth Bacon
18:14
http://tiny.cc/computingplus
Javier Aguilar
22:43
Pk-5th grade Fort Worth, TX
Nancy
23:00
High school in Brooklyn, NY
Jenn
23:01
K-5 tech teacher. I make lessons like they would have in class and we do them digitally to communicate learning
Kathleen Salazar
23:13
6-8th grade Keller, TX
Laurie Guyon
23:13
Model Schools Coordinator, Saratoga Springs, NY
LiYan (Kristy)
23:16
K-2, brooklyn
Kristine Cucinello
23:18
Iā€™m a Teacher Center Director who supports 20 districts in Mid East Suffolk county on Long Island
susanardalan
23:36
Technology Integrator - Hyde Park Central School District K-12, Hyde Park, NY
Laurie Yager
23:38
Tech Integration Specialist - MORIC - central and northern NY area
Jenn
35:00
Repeat the question, plz
Laurie Guyon
35:40
All academic subjects support collaborating and creating. I loved using CS in my english class because there are so many tie-ins.
Kristine Cucinello
36:12
CT ties into many content areas
Nancy
36:52
^Agreed. And in math, there are plenty of word problems that involve translating to algebraic expressions and calculating from there to solve variables.
Jenn
37:34
So many things in all subjects are forms of algorithms
Nancy
38:03
Although I haven't explored it in depth, there are programs you can add to graphing calculators that would allow you to factor and other processes without simple inputs.
Nancy
38:40
Lol, yeah, it does depend on the model and whether it's allowed on certain assessments.
Nancy
39:10
Yep, that's true. xD
Nancy
40:27
I like how you mentioned how computers require really specific instructions because I can't count the amount of times students get the incorrect answer because they didn't use parentheses on a calculator...
Nancy
42:21
LOL
Nancy
42:41
Agreed, agreed~
Nancy
45:31
Speaking of art, I remember seeing a lot of creative drawings that have been submitted through Desmos graphing calculator: I'll need to explore it some more for future math projects.
Nancy
48:15
Yess, I can see that happening
Randy Swartz
49:00
haha the pokemon scenario - "they will work on anything for hours if you find the right switch"
Sean McDonough
49:19
I love EarSketch for kids to learn coding to make music! https://earsketch.gatech.edu/landing/#/
Nancy
49:49
^That seems really interesting!
Laurie Yager
50:13
I tried out EarSketch at ISTE a few years ago - Very cool!
Nancy
56:12
"I know to do, but when I talk about it- nothing makes sense!" = I literally had a student tell me this yesterday.
Nancy
57:03
Yeah, I try to remind them that it just comes with practice. And to breathe because sometimes they word-vomit without a puase just to get it done and over with
Jenn
57:44
I still have an afternoon of teaching in Washington, so gotta go take care of 3rd grade now. Thank you! I'll catch the end on the recording.
Nancy
57:55
^Have a great day!
Elizabeth Bacon
58:10
http://tiny.cc/computingplus
Laurie Yager
58:40
Darn - that link is blocked in the district I'm in šŸ™
Nancy
58:44
Sorry, could you repeat what you wanted us to do? I missed it.
Elizabeth Bacon
59:04
http://tiny.cc/computingplus
Colleen
59:10
I am sorry, we were just called into a staff meeting. This is great so far!
Elizabeth Bacon
59:50
Share an idea for an interdisciplinary project!. :D
Alison Frey
01:00:04
I am sorry, I have to go. Thank you so much!! This was very informative.
Elizabeth Bacon
01:00:05
http://tiny.cc/computingplus on the padlet, in the chat, or just unmute!
Sean McDonough
01:00:21
FYI - the recording of this webinar will be available by tomorrow at the following site: https://www.nyscate.org/page/corporate-council-archived-webinars
Nancy
01:04:05
Always good advice, lol
Nancy
01:05:09
The third one can be a challenge: seems to be more and more responsibilities each year and not enouhg time. ; v ;
Kristine Cucinello
01:05:16
Thank you very much, I need to sign off.
Nancy
01:06:16
LOL, volunteering for another person *smh* /j
Laurie Yager
01:07:05
Yes - thank you CoderZ!
Nancy
01:07:32
Thank you for this informative session~ It was great hearing everyone's thoughts and just brainstorming ideas for the future.
Elizabeth Bacon
01:07:55
Thank you, everybody! :D
Nancy
01:09:05
So many interesting sessions! Will definitely keep an eye out and join more if I have time. (:
Nancy
01:10:47
Thanks again! Have a great day/evening, everyone