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Thursday, March 2 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Make Computer Science for All a Reality with Tynker.com

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In January of 2016, the White House created a campaign for Computer Science for All, to push the need for the 600,000 tech jobs that were going unfilled across America. Building any STEAM program should include computer science, but there are a lot of tools out there. And what grade level do you start with? With Tynker, I’ll show you how you can start coding with kindergarten, move your way up to 8th grade, track those skills and concepts mastery with the Tynker Dashboard. With Tynker, you can control “connected toys” and so much more. The possibilities are endless. Integrating STEAM has never been so important- and so much fun!

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Daniel Rezac

Dir. of Academic Technology, Quest Academy
Daniel Rezac is the Director of Academic Technology and STEAM Coordinator at Quest Academy in Palatine. He’s an organizer for EdCamp Illinois, and recently was the lead organizer for Palatine’s first Maker Faire. Daniel is a Google Certified Innovator and a founding organizer of EdCamp Illinois. Most recently he organized Palatine’s first official Maker Faire. This year, Daniel has been implementing computer science school-wide at Quest... Read More →


Thursday March 2, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Broadway B