K-12 STEAM Coordinator
The world of computer science spans communication technology and interactions through the internet, to apps on our phones, to our general infrastructure, manufacturing, and so much more. Like our students computer science has countless applications and computer science programs must work to share and promote this diversity to engage a larger population of students with their own unique passions and interests. Through this session, Mr. E shares best practices, resources, and examples from his K-12 Computer Science program.
Jason Erdreich is a 6-8 Technology, Engineering, and Design educator and K-12 STEAM Coordinator in the public school district of Madison NJ and an Adjunct Professor in the School of Computer Science at Technology at Kean University. Teaching courses that range from graphic design, to materials processing, rapid prototyping, biotechnology, electronics, and various forms of computer science, Jason strives to offer real-world problem solving experiences for his students by creating opportunities to incorporate passions, empathy, and collaboration into our everyday tinkering and learning.
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Presenter: Jason Erdreich