Educators have more demands and less time these days to reach every student. In an ever-changing digital world, it can be difficult to stay up to date on the latest and greatest pedagogy. Wonder Workshop is committed to accelerating the adoption of computer science principles in 21st-century classrooms. Teach Wonder supports educators as they integrate coding and robotics skills into everyday teaching and learning.

Introduction to Coding and Robotics with Dash & Dot

Wonder Workshop Dash & Dot course now has 2 new hours of content focused on how to use our ecosystem of robotics and educator resources to implement coding & robotics at your school.

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Introduction to Coding and Robotics​with Cue

  


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Introduction to Coding and Robotics with Dash & Dot

Introduction to Coding and Robotics with Cue

This course found its place on my Top 10 list of Most Useful Professional Development Trainings. I found it very informational and applicable. It inspired and excited me, not only about using Dash and Dot with students, but about teaching and using technology in the classroom to inspire and challenge my students.

- Megan Watkins, STEM Coach from Colorado

Professional Learning​at Its Best

The first in a series of online courses to come from Wonder Workshop, Introduction to Coding and Robotics with Dash & Dot contains several modules totalling 15 hours for teachers to complete at their own pace. Educators can dive into theory and practice new concepts with creative and reflective learning activities, all while connecting with a larger community of like-minded educators from across the country. Teachers may be able to apply the course towards PD hours or CEUs. 

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A Collaborative Effort

Wonder Workshop is collaborating with state-based partners to join forces in bringing meaningful computer science (CS) professional development to every classroom teacher across the country.Check out our partners' page to connect with your state's organisation​ for deeply discounted course offerings and localised support.