Saturday, February 4, 2017

SoNV Opportunity: Face-to-Face NCLab Training


NCLab offers powerful web-based coding language courses and is available to students and teachers in the Nevada Ready 21 program. The most popular course, Karel Jr, is a set of introductory programming lessons in which students write code that robot character named Karel will enact. The course starts out easy as each lesson builds on the one before. Other courses include training in Python and 3D modeling.

CTL and NCLab have teamed up to offer a training opportunity for teachers, coaches, and teacher-librarians in southern Nevada. Become an NCLab-certified educator by attending a full-day training. Learn how to use games as a strategy for learning, find ways to bring coding into your school, and explore NCLab's course offerings in person.

Check out the details below or by downloading this PDF >>.
  • Who: Teachers, coaches, and teacher-librarians from Nevada Ready 21 schools. The opportunity is available to only around 30 people.
  • What: Introduction to Game-based Learning with NCLab
  • When: Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 8:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M.
  • Where: CCSD Curriculum and Professional Development Building (map)
  • More details: The training opportunity is offered at no charge to Nevada Ready 21 schools. Lunch is included!
LINK: Register for the training here >> (password: Nevada)