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Meeting the "T" in STEMM

Maureen Straub and Sara Castro are excited to spotlight the need and integration of computer science at Los Feliz STEMM.  While pursuing their Masters Degree in STEM Education from California State University of Northridge and a NASA Endeavor STEM Leadership Certificate from Teachers College, Columbia, they created this webpage as an accessible resource guide for teachers, parents and students. 

Code.org Professional Development: Our teachers are certified coders!

Code.org Professional Development

Parent Resources

The logical thinking required to code can help kids succeed in school and other day-to-day activities.

https://scratch.mit.edu/

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https://www.tynker.com/

http://www.macworld.com/article/2922335/teach-your-kids-and-yourself-how-to-code-with-these-ipad-apps.html

 

SCRATCH Jr.

SCRATCH

3rd Graders will use HOPSCOTCH to create their own games.

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Meeting the "T" in STEMM

GET READY FOR THE HOUR OF CODE AT LOS FELIZ STEMM

Hour of Code is an opportunity for every student to experience computer science for one hour.  At Los Feliz STEMM our students are coding all year long.  

DECEMBER 4-10, 2017

 

Support K-12 Computer Science Education in California

Hour of Code at Los Feliz STEMM

MINDCRAFT Link:

https://code.org/mc

Hour of Code Star Wars Video

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Hour of Code Minecraft Video

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NASA and Computer Science

Are you interested in computer science?  Computer science offers many avenues in the field of space exploration.   JPL computer scientists do lots of things. They build robots, design all kinds of systems with automated or manual control and manage the huge amounts of data they generate. 

If you want to learn more, check out the link for NASA Kids' Club below and watch the videos to hear real students talk about their computer science experiences. 

 

http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/video/details.php?id=775

http://www.nasa.gov/about/career/index.html


http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forkids/kidsclub

/flash/index.html#.Vig23hCrSYU

 

Students Coding at Los Feliz STEMM

WHY COMPUTER SCIENCE?

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In the next five years, computer occupations will grow faster and pay more than other occupations, including other STEM jobs. In addition, almost all information workers in a variety of fields need computer literacy. Yet student interest is lagging, and few K-12 students have access to computer science programs.

Computer Science in PLTW

Computer Science in PLTW

K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum