1. What will attendees learn during your session?Attendees will learn to code using various robotics in the lab. They will also explore virtual and 3-D design elements.
Coding is a basic literacy in the digital age, and it’s important for kids to understand and be able to innovate with the technology around them. Career Preparation: There’s a high demand for workers in the tech industry; mastering coding at a young age allows kids to excel in any field they choose!
2. Why should someone attend your session?
3. Who is your session geared toward?
All students in grades 4-12!
4. What book are you reading now?"The Launch Cycle" and "Empower" by AJ Juliana and John Spencer
5. How can people follow you online?
You can follow me on twitter @KClevering
Kim Connolly is a graduate of Rowan University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communications: radio, TV and film, with a minor in theater. Connolly has overseen the dramatic rebirth and evolution of Oak Knoll’s I.D.E.A.S. Lab makerspace. Connolly also earned a master’s degree in educational technology at Jersey City University. Prior to Oak Knoll, Connolly taught for seven years at the Thelma L. Sandmeier Elementary School in Springfield.