Here’s the latest from Code Savvy’s MNCodes Educator Training program:

Hope you had a great weekend – we are thankful for the ways spring is starting to bloom all around us!

Read on for the latest updates and information about:

  • Countdown!! MNCodes May Digital Meet Up event happening this Saturday – May 16th
  • This week’s Bytes of Inspiration video for CS educators
  • Spread the Word: Applications are open for the MN Coding in the Classroom Leadership Cohort
  • CS to Go with Code Savvy – this week’s youth-focused videos with creative coding project inspiration

Join us this Saturday:
MNCodes Digital CS PD & Meet Up Event!

Join us this Saturday, May 16th from 9-11:30am for a chance to connect, learn and share around a variety of CS ed topics with a network of K12 and community educators. David DeLiema will be our plenary speaker, and the morning will feature breakout sessions, Q&A, resource sharing…and prizes!

This event is free — all are welcome! Click below for info and registration!

Register Here!

Bytes of Inspiration video – Week 4

Looking for some ideas to integrate art and computer science? Check out this week’s Bytes of Inspiration video with guest speaker, Jill Jensen! Jill shares thoughtful connections between computational thinking and art, and demonstrates project ideas using Scratch and Turtle Blocks!

Want to learn more? You can connect with Jill and other CS educators this Saturday, May 16, at our MNCodes Digital CS PD & Meet Up event!

Watch Video


MNCodes Cohort Applications are Open!

Are you looking for impactful professional development related to equity + computer science education? Check out our MNCodes Cohort – a year-long training opportunity for K12 + community educators who are passionate about CS education! All experience levels are welcome – learn more and apply below!

Apply Here!

CS to Go with Code Savvy

In honor of Mother’s Day, check out our Spring-themed Week 5 CS to Go with Code Savvy creative coding challenges! You too can show something that reminds you of Spring in honor of Mother’s Day with code and unplugged activities – Try it!

These challenges are designed for kids, but are open to anyone!

Click here to learn more