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      June 15, 2020

      Monday   8:30 AM

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      Allentown, Pennsylvania

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      Session 110: Collaborative Problem Solving During Computational Thinking Lessons

      Grades K-12 Instructor: Cassie F. Quigley, Associate Professor of Science Education, University of Pittsburgh, email: cquigley@pitt.edu Teaching Assistant: Holly Plank, Graduate Student in Learning Sciences and Policy Program, University of Pittsburgh We know that collaboration is a critical skill for 21st century learning, however fostering productive collaboration is challenging. Ever worry that one student is doing all the work? Curious about how to assess if students are collaborating well? If so, this workshop will help you look at how to ensure that students are productively solving problems during your computational thinking activities. We will teach you how to use a rubric to assess your students’ collaboration skills and provide you will video exemplars of students collaborating at different levels. This workshop will be useful whether your students are in face-to-face or online/remote learning environments. Registration for Session 110 - $0.00

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      Categories: Technology

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