The workshop is June 19-20th on Boise State campus.
This two-day workshop introduces computer science and coding to high school students and high school teachers who are interested in learning about computer science. The workshop included a special session for the teachers to prepare them with some strategies for introducing and teaching coding to their students.
The students built apps for Android phones using the AppInventor visual block language as well as wrote programs using the Processing language. No prior programming experience is required.
The workshop costs $25, breakfast and lunch is provided. Professional Development credit is available.
Register by June 12th.