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Wednesday, August 7 • 3:15pm - 5:00pm
Introduction to Teaching Programming Using Alice LIMITED

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Computer programming serves as a stimulating and challenging practical skill that draws from traditional subject areas. Learn to teach programming with Alice, a freeware educational programming tool from Carnegie Mellon. Alice serves as a tool not only to inspire all students to a wider array of careers, but particularly to interest girls in scientific and technical fields, where women are underrepresented. Computer programming can be taught by itself, or integrated as skill enrichment supporting existing curricula.

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Heather Bigelow

Computer Technology Teacher, Capital Region Career & Technical School
During her four years teaching at Capital Region Career & Technical School, Heather Bigelow developed the courses “Gaming, Multimedia, & Web Design” and “Internet Application Design”. These courses cover the topics Video Game Design, Computer Programming, Digital Art & 3D Modeling, App Creation, and Web Design. | | Her work introduces high school students to local game developers, such as Vicarious Visions in... Read More →


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