Monday, November 26, 2018

Featuring Coding for Non-Coding Educators

On Wednesday, November 28, 2018, I'm looking forward to listening to James D. Turnage. The topic? Coding Activities for the Non-Techy Teacher.
Learn how to create fun coding activities on high-interest topics like Star Wars, Minecraft, and even the characters from Disney's Frozen. Explore low or no-technology activities so can engage students both online and off!
James' bio includes the following:
Greetings! My name is James Turnage. I have a wonderful wife and two beautiful daughters. I obtained my B.S. in Computer Science from Prairie View A&M University. Afterwards, I had a great opportunity to work as a sub-contractor for NASA. I later switched roles to provide instructional tech support for Galveston ISD. Shortly after, I pursued my teaching certificate and taught Computer Science & IT related courses while also working towards obtaining my Masters in Educational Technology Leadership from Lamar University. 
I am now currently working for Clear Creek ISD and teaching multiple levels of Computer Science. My goal as an educator is to enhance student awareness of the world of technology . I strive to provide authentic learning experiences capable of developing student’s interest in creating rather than just consuming.
Obviously, James has a lot to share. Want to see and listen to his presentation? Sign up for it.

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