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Saturday, December 10 • 8:30am - 11:30am
SciGirls Code: E-Textiles LIMITED

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SciGirls CODE is a pilot program funded by the National Science Foundation that uses principles of connected learning with 16 outreach partners to provide girls and educators with learning experiences that focus on computational thinking and coding skills. You will have the opportunity to focus on three different e-textile projects beginning with basic circuits through Chibitronics paper circuits and an introduction to e-textiles using the Lily Tiny Twinkle. Wrap up your learning with a design challenge where you will spend time exploring the possibilities of the LilyPad Protosnap board.


Heather Benedict

Consultant, Heather Benedict, LLC
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Sarah Carter

STEM Content & Outreach Specialist, Twin Cities PBS/SciGirls
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Joan Freese

Director, Educational & Digital Media and Ready To, Twin Cities PBS
Joan Freese is an Emmy Award winning educational technologist at Twin Cities PBS, | in St. Paul, Minnesota, focusing on projects for K-8 students, parents, and educators. | She is digital producer of SciGirls, a transmedia enterprise that encourages tween girls | in STEM, and principle investigator of SciGIrls Code, a national connected learning | project that introduces middle school girls to computer science. She also directs TPT’s | Ready to... Read More →

Saturday December 10, 2016 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway F/G

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