The Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences and the Arts is excited to announce a unique opportunity for Arkansas educators interested in learning more about Computer Science and 3D Printing. Through the ASMSA Coding Reality workshop, twenty middle school and high school teachers from ten school districts will receive hands-on experience, professional development credit, and a 3D printer to take back to their schools.
There is no fee for this workshop, and ASMSA will cover housing and meals for the duration of the stay. In return, participants are expected to host interdisciplinary learning experiences that promote Computer Science at their campuses using the resources and skills taken away.
The ASMSA Coding Reality workshop will be held June 6 – 8 in Hot Springs. Interested parties should read the Frequently Asked Questions Document and review the Coding Reality Agreement before applying online.
Applications are due by noon May 10, 2017. Districts accepted into the program must provide a signed copy of the agreement by June 1, 2017. Questions about this offering should be directed to Daniel Moix, ASMSA’s Computer Science Education Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (501)622-5168.