Join us for the 2020 MNCodes Summit! We are sincerely looking forward to the 2020 MNCodes Summit on Saturday, May 16th, 2020 at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, and hope you can join us! This 5th Annual MNCodes Summit will feature a wide variety of different options (the largest variety to date) of hands-on … Continue reading MNCodes Summit – Call For Proposals & Early Bird Pricing
Well, you did it! You made it through another school year, and the day you dreamed about during that April snowstorm is finally here! Congratulations to you and educators everywhere, and thank you for the difference you make in students’ lives each and every day. We wish you a summer full of much deserved relaxation, recharging and renewal! Before … Continue reading H.A.G.S.! 🌞
Registration is now open for the 2019 MNCodes Summit! Join us for the 4th annual MNCodes Summit on May 16th, 2019 at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Campus. Early bird registration is available through 3/31/19. Registration includes lunch & light refreshments and a cool Summit t-shirt. The aim of this Summit is to provide a space … Continue reading MNCodes Summit: Register Now!
The call for session proposals is now open for the upcoming MNCodes Summit! Please consider submitting a proposal to share about the amazing work you are doing to expand computer science learning opportunities for your students -- also, please help us to spread the word to others who you think should submit a proposal! Session Information: … Continue reading Call for Proposals: 2019 MNCodes Summit
Happy New Year! With every new year comes new opportunities. So looking into 2019, we're more excited than ever! Here are some of the reasons why... Code Savvy Educator program’s goals and resolutions for 2019: Continue to expand and connect the network of K-12 computer science educators from across MN (and beyond!) through … Continue reading Goals for 2019
Fall 2018 marked some exciting new changes for the Code Savvy Educators program! In August, we welcomed a new group of amazing K-12 educators as part of our 4th annual MN Coding in the Classroom Leadership Cohort. We also launched a new MNCodes Professional Trainers initiative to match the expertise of our MNCodes Cohort alumni with schools and districts who are looking to start or strengthen their K-12 computer science learning offerings.