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Computer Science and Information Technology Conference for K- 12

Computer Science and Information Technology Conference for K- 12

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http://csta.acm.org/ProfessionalDevelopment/sub/CSITConference.html I had not attended this conference for a couple of years, but finally decided to participate this year. It was a personalized kind of conference with lots of choices for your interests in computational thinking and in uses of computer technologies, including a bootstrap project that is a train the teacher project. If you click on the conference you can see the kinds of projects that were a part of the conference. UC Irvine treated us to a review of the projects at the college , and shared resources with us. The most amazing part of the conference was the networking, a personalized kind of thing, and outreach to teachers for further sharing and training. Bonnie Bracey Sutton

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