One of the most humbling experiences for me happened a few weeks ago when I sat in on a virtual conference session led by the Duval County GEAR UP team who invited students and parents to share their feedback and experiences with conference attendees. Two of the three students presenting in front of a 200+ zoom audience were in one of our Virtual Summer App Camps that we facilitated over the summer. They talked about how much they loved the experience of building their own mobile apps with us and how it helped them see computer science in a new light! #proudmoment, indeed.
In these pandemic times, please remember to find the silver linings, the joy, the pride, the happiness in the work that you do. They may be fewer and in different forms, but take every little bit you can. It’s what keeps us going. We know our students need us!
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The Accolades Continue
- Colonial Middle School (PA)
- Rich Township High Schools (IL)
- Springs School (NY)
- South Ocean Middle School (NY)
- New Prairie United School Corporation (IN)
- DeKalb County Schools (GA)
Don’t leave without…
… checking out these amazing Girls Who Code!
Gregg and Alefiya visited the Girls Who Code club of Sprayberry High School in Cobb County, GA today and it was wonderful to meet the bright minds of our future “codeforce”. Kudos to their teacher Dr. Hannah Oldham for inspiring such grace and intellect and bringing mobile app development to their repertoire.