Part of our Digital Technologies F-10 webinar series, this session will explore the possibilities for coding in the Science curriculum.
Using ready-made interactives and simulations, participants will identify how science concepts and skills can be taught through free coding software and inexpensive robotics. The webinar will lead participants through the purpose and motivation for teaching coding in the science curriculum, with examples and definitions of key terms that are linked to the secondary science curriculum. Participants will leave with ideas for curating resources, setting tasks for students, and creating their own coded simulations for use in their science classroom.
Coding Across the Curriculum
Coding & Algorithmic Thinking in Science
Robotics in Science Learning
Chatbots & AI as Coding
Who Should Attend?
Secondary Digital Technologies teachers and learning leaders.
Secondary Science teachers and learning leaders.
About the presenter
This event was made possible by support from the Victorian Department of Education and Training.