Girls ages 10-14 are invited to join the 2015 Katie Coders!
Monday’s, October 26 thru December 14, from 5:30 -7:30 pm, St. Catherine University, Mendel Hall, 2004 Randolph Ave., St. Paul, MN
Girls aged 10-14 chosen by lottery to attend the Katie Coders will be able to use this website to track their assignments, accomplishments, connect with mentors, and review teacher notes.
Some sections are password protected so only admitted students and families can enter.
More about St.Kates National Center for STEM Elementary Education at: https://www2.stkate.edu/ncsee/katie-coders
Looking forward to discussing strategies and platforms for organizing one’s online life at the Grand Marais, Cook County Office of Higher Education on Monday, August 17th at 5:30-6:30 PM.
Bring your laptop or favorite digital device and plan for some hands on problem solving and planning.
You can listen to an interview about this session from WTIP Community Radio here!
Excited to be hosting 17 teachers and librarians — from as far away as Singapore and as close as two blocks from our beautiful St.Kate’s campus– learning Code.org’s program for K-6 teachers.
How awesome to learn that the representative for Code.org in Minnesota is a St.Kate alum.
Gathering our feedback to send to Code.org for the day here.
St.Kate Alum Leads K-6 Coding throughout MN
Some of the Montessori-STEM students put their skills together to build a very constructive tutorial on building a school recycling program.
As we move out doors again with the sun rising on the horizon it is nice to consider how we can protect the earth for future generations.
Congratulations to the MSTEM students Sharon, Nicole and Aaron for their excellent technology integration skills modeled in this project.
The curriculum page includes helpful resources and books for those who wanting to further extend the project into the learning.