Today’s episode is part two in the series focused on coding and computer science education. The guest today is Teena Hine (@STEAMPoweredWV). Teena is a third grade teacher and technology integration specialist at Tomahawk Intermediate School in Berkeley County, WV. She joins the show today to talk about some of the great things she is doing in her classroom and school, as well as the programs that are being implemented in Berkeley County as a whole.
Links that Teena Asked to be included in the show notes:
On October 25, 2017 Tech & Learning published an article by Lisa Gonzales
called “Top 10 for PLNs
.” In the article, Lisa outlines 10 great ways for educators to build their PLNs (professional learning networks) through social media tools, professional organizations and more. Be sure to give the article and read and pick up some great strategies to build your PLN.
The question of the show from the previous episode continues. What have you done to implement coding into the curriculum of your classroom? Share your responses by going to https://flipgrid.randallblack.com
and looking for the 1/22/2018 Question of the Show grid. Response may be used on a future episode of the podcast.
Don’t forget that I’m giving away a copy of Learning Transformed by Eric Sheninger and Thomas Murray. To be eligible, simply give the show a rating and review in the pod-catcher of your choose. Then screenshot or take a picture of your review and send it to me through social media. You can find links to all my social platform accounts on the contact page at RandallBlackShow.com.
Tags: Berkeley County, coding, computer science, International Podcast Day, podcast, Technology Integration, Teena Hine, The Randall Black Show, TIS, Tomahawk Intermediate