Climate and Coding
- Kristina Wambold
- Katherine Livick
Join us for this class to learn how to help students create their own weather station. This one-day class will demystify coding and basic electronics, help you empower students to build their own technical tools, and teach basics of data analysis for climate science. Each teacher will receive 6 micro:bits and 6 SparkFun micro:climate kits to use with students. We'll spend our day assembling the kit, coding it to collect weather data, and discussing the basics of integrating this project into your curriculum. We’ll address connections to NGSS standards for science and engineering as well as Washington State computer science standards, and we’ll make connections to the science kits available via ESD 112’s STEM Materials Center.
This class is appropriate for upper elementary through high school teachers who teach weather and climate as part of their curriculum.
Thu, May 16 2019 9:00 AM - 4:00 PMWahkiakum
Event # 87297
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- Registration Ends
- Tuesday Apr 30, 2019 11:59 PM