Educators! Join us on September 26th for a very special Educator edition of Broadcom Presents Design_Code_Build led by the Computer History Museum (DCB)!
This interactive STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) program is a free, one-day event, designed to help educators develop a deeper understanding of computer programming and engineering-minded problem solving. Educators will gain confidence while exploring these topics, allowing them to better support all students as they help them to develop an interest in computer science and other technology-related studies and careers. Inspired educators inspire students!
The DCB program is designed for a middle school age audience, and this Educator edition will be a unique opportunity for educators to experience the day just as our students do! We will explore the concepts of computer programming and coding through activities that emphasize problem solving, collaboration, creativity, and project-based learning. Participants will gain hands-on experience building and programming a Raspberry Pi computer, designing instruction sets to navigate a life-sized maze, and investigating historic methods of computer programming. The event is keynoted by a “Rock Star” – a tech industry luminary who will share his or her personal story and passion.
All classroom teachers and community educators are invited to participate in this program.
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Boulevard
Mountain View, CA, 94043