PD Virtual Event
Embrace new ways of teaching & learning
Breathe new life into your educator skills and strategies with just one 3-hour virtual Professional Development session! These engaging no-cost events utilize an interactive virtual format that allows you to participate as real world experts illuminate the power of computational thinking for 21st Century learners.
Dive into some of humanity’s greatest collective questions. These guiding questions will serve as a bridge to the real-world solutions being applied in a myriad of careers and industries the
Interactive learning anytime, anywhere
Dig deeper into computational thinking with resources that are flexible to your schedule. These self-paced learning modules provide step-by-step teaching strategies and immersive situations designed to build comfort and fluency toward integrating computational thinking across the core curriculum.
crough the universal skill of computational thinking.
An exclusive, all-access professional development experience
Connect with districts across the country, leaders in transdisciplinary pedagogy and innovators working with computational thinking each and every day to solve problems in this one-of-a-kind professional development series.
Continuous support through live and archived web series
Experience the pillars of Ignite My Future In School through this dynamic webinar series. Each online event is designed to build confidence and understanding around key areas supporting computational thinking and transdisciplinary education. Webinars can be experienced live or watched at participants’ convenience in the archive.
Bringing the power of computational thinking to the classroom.
Meet the educators from our TECHademy partners that are bringing the power of computational thinking to their classrooms. These Learning Leaders are forward thinkers and critical in implementing the Ignite My Future in School concepts across core curriculum in their school districts.
Experience computational thinking in action
What does computational teaching look like in real classrooms? Meet three real-life educators who share their personal experiences and demonstrate their computational teaching strategies within diverse classrooms. Teachers will share their insights and success utilizing unique tools.