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Python - Game-based introduction for teachers

This four-part series will provide K-12 educators an introduction to the Python programming language. Python is used to develop software on the web and in app form, including mobile. It's easy to learn, and is used to process text, display numbers or images, solve scientific equations, and save data. Educators will learn the basics of Python by creating simple games such as Mad Libs, Text Adventure, Guessing Game, and Hangman. Completion of the entire series is highly recommended. Course is limited to 20 participants. Register.

NOVA SySTEMic is committed to providing ongoing STEM professional development opportunities for elementary, middle, and high school teachers in the Northern Virginia region during the COVID-19 pandemic. FREE professional development opportunities are provided in the areas of Fabrication, Programming, and Information Technology. Professional development focuses on skills training and application. Additional time is provided for discussion. All participants receive a certificate of attendance for the number of sessions attended in each series. Sessions are hosted via Zoom.

Date:
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Time:
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Categories:
Information Technology Development and Programming
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Event Organizer

Terry Reardon

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