Taught by Code.org Affiliates who are experienced computer science educators, our free workshops will prepare you to teach the Code Studio courses for grades K-5.
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Mike Harvey is a technology and computer science teacher in Maine. He currently teaches 600 students in grades K-8. His students learn the importance of being a creator through the use of robotics, 3D printing, video game design, and computer science. He also runs a local summer camp that sees kids programming mods for their favorite computer game - Minecraft. Mike began working with Code.org as a facilitator for CS Fundamentals in 2014. He was part of a committee of educators that reviewed student-led tutorials and teacher-led lesson plans submitted for the Hour of Code. Mike has also designed online activities and projects that are found in Code.org's elementary school courses.
What teachers say about Mike's workshops
"This was an AMAZING workshop! Mike was an excellent facilitator and seemed very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the Code.org curriculum. The session was well paced, kept my attention and provided a lot of time and space to brainstorm, session plan and share best practices with other educators. I am very excited to bring this back to my school and my students!"
"The workshop was well organized and eye-opening. I went home with very different ideas about how to approach the teaching of the lessons. The knowledge I gained was so valuable because the experience of being involved in the lessons, both as a teacher and a student, provided real insight as to how things might really play out in the classroom."
“Mr. Harvey’s passion for the content of this workshop was contagious. I learned a great deal and feel empowered to share this learning with students.”