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Tuesday, February 18 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Scratch Science Ecosystem Gaming Unit

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Struggling to find a way to bring increased student engagement for a diverse student body to your science unit? Looking to find a way to bring inquiry based learning to your lessons? Come check out what we did for our 6th Grade Ecosystems unit! We’ll show you how we infused collaboration, creativity, and computer science principles together in a unit that helped students show off their 21st century media presentation skills using Scratch. You’ll walk away with resources and examples and your own starter project to use in your classroom!

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Jessica Sudy

Science Teacher, Stoller Middle School
I moved here from Michigan 5 years ago and got my Masters in Education at Lewis & Clark. I have many passions. In life and in teaching. Overall I love helping people. Whether that be cooking them a meal, encouraging them, teaching them Science, or making them laugh on a hard day... Read More →
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Rick Bush

Technology Arts Teacher, Beaverton School District
Rick Bush is currently the Technology teacher at Stoller Middle School in the Beaverton School District and the co-host of the Portland Scratch Ed Meetup. He is passionate about exploring how to integrate coding, robotics and makerspace concepts into the K-5 core curriculum.

Tuesday February 18, 2020 10:30am - 12:00pm PST
Garden A/B