From Building Solar-Powered Mini-Cars to Creating Apps in the Classroom

Summer camp — it’s not just for kids anymore. Teachers from around the Pittsburgh area and from as far away as Alabama this week attended the STEAM


Great interviews by Kevin Gavin from WESA-FM in Pittsburgh with participants and workshop leaders at the South Fayette STEAM Innovation Summer Institute. Over 70 teachers from more than 20 school districts discovered a wide variety of tools and strategies to develop computational thinking strategies using a variety of tools including Scratch, LIttlebits, Zulama’s Entertainment Technology Academy, and coding to make an app. 

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