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Thursday, October 17 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Interdisciplinary Possibilities with K-12 Computer Science, Library

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This session will share an overview and lessons learned from schools that teach K–12 computer science with a focus on the idea of programming as a fluency to explore in all subjects (philosophy, literature, history, science, art, etc). If we can use code across subjects, then we will more fully realize the computer science possibilities in K–12 education. This session will include a hands-on session where participants will have time to work individually or collaboratively on a project with support from the presenters. Beginners are welcome!

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Lora Saarnio

Lower School Math and Computer Science Specialist, The Nueva School
Lora Saarnio has taught K-12 humanities, math and science. She previously taught high school English and middle school math and science; currently, she works with students in Grades 1-5 as a Math and Computer Science Specialist at The Nueva School. Lora is also Director Emerita of... Read More →
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Michael Olaya

CEO, Dexter
Engineer by training, educator by practice. Cofounder and CEO of Dexter. My projects range from aquaponics and lucid dreaming to modular housing and 3-D printed glasses — and everything in between.
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Saber Khan

Education Community Director, Processing Foundation
Saber Khan is a Bengali-American educator based in New York City. He is a veteran K–12 educator with over 15 years of experience teaching math, science, and computer science in public and private middle and high schools. Currently, he teaches multiple introductory and advanced computer... Read More →

Thursday October 17, 2019 2:45pm - 3:45pm PDT
Nueva Hillsborough Campus 6565 Skyline Boulevard, Hillsborough, CA 94010