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NWAESC(CS2095)---Digital Design: Innovative Coding through Embroidery

"Are you looking for an innovative way to reach students in computer science? During this session, participants will have the opportunity to explore a tool that can be used to draw in students. Students will be able to write a program that will generate a physical computational artifact. Through a unique and innovative experience using a free online graphical coding environment called Turtlestitch, you can learn innovative coding through embroidery. Turtlestitch is a block-based programming language based on Snap! that allows you to program a path much like a 3D printer but in 2D. Both CS and FACS have struggled with gender balance in the past, but this program will allow educators to reach a wider audience while drawing on this novel and artistic approach to coding. *THIS PD REQUIRES AN EMBROIDERY MACHINE. You may bring or purchase one, but please email for machine specs. Some machines will not work. Contact us for information on how to request Perkins V funding for purchasing an embroidery machine. Lunch will NOT be provided."

Important Session Information:

No Lunch.
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Session ID:
Credits Available:
(6) Hours
Seats Filled:
26 / 0
Contact Person:
Missy Hixson
Arkansas CS Specialist Computer Science
PreK-12, Administrators, CTE
Date Time Location
2/9/2022 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Northwest Education Service Cooperative - Northwest ESC Administration - NWAESC 17

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