• Credo Conduit (map)
  • 1001 North Orange Avenue
  • Orlando, FL, 32801
  • United States


Improve Student Learning And Meet Classroom Objectives Using Scratch


Educators will learn how to use Scratch, and be lead through a project-based assignment that's designed to help elementary students learn academic concepts and improve their reading and 21st-century skills through story, art and coding.


Part I - Declawing Computer Science

Part II - Reimagining Computer Science Into A Tool That's Useful For Everyone

Part III - Scratch Basics (Hands-on Activity)

Part III -  Applying Scratch For Learning (Hands-on Activity)


  • Participants will learn the ABC’s of Computer Science.

  • Participants will be provided with an in-depth review of a learning framework (LJF) that uses coding, storytelling, and art to:

    • Provide students with basic Computer Science exposure and experience.

    • Improve student engagement.

    • Improve students reading comprehension through visualization.

  • Participants will learn how to implement the framework in classrooms. This section will include information on required resources, software choices, timelines, lessons, and teaching configurations.

  • Participants will be provided with classroom-ready Computer Science-based projects that are designed to support classroom objectives.

  • Participants will acquire hands-on experience with projects as a learner.


Please bring the following materials to the workshop.

  • Internet Enabled Laptop or Chromebook

Standards Alignment:

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Credo Conduit

1001 North Orange Ave

Orlando Florida 32801 (map)


Parking is free. Park in any available space in the Credo Conduit parking lot.

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