Join and Vote on Our Next #TynkerChat with Moderator Todd Burleson
Our first #TynkerChat was a great success! You can access the transcript from Monday, March 13th here:
Our curated collection of all links and resources are here:
If you haven’t done a #TynkerChat before, you totally should! It’s a great way to connect with educators who are ready to take coding and computer science forward. Below is the mission of #TynkerChat. Vote on next week’s topic, and learn about our award-winning moderator, Todd Burleson!
What is the mission of #TynkerChat?
Let’s put it in the form of a question: Are we adequately preparing students for an unknown future? And can we, through community and sharing, make this unknown known? Our goal with #TynkerChat is to elevate the conversation about making sure that when our students leave school, they have the skills to thrive.
When is #TynkerChat?
#TynkerChat is every Monday, 7pm ET /4pm PT.
Vote for our next #TynkerChat Topic!
Make your choice below, so Todd can have some guidance in our next chat!
Join our Participate Page!
Our friends at Participate.com created a #TynkerChat page for us to connect and collect resources. To get notified, see the schedule, and make your first #TynkerChat tweet, go here:
Todd has been an educator for 24 years, teaching students from kindergarten to college. He’s currently the Library Media Specialist at Hubbard Woods Elementary School in Winnetka, IL where he works with Kindergarten through fourth-grade students. He’s a passionate teacher-maker-librarian always striving to find just the right balance of books and bytes and igniting the imagination to explore both. His biggest honor was being chosen as the 2016 School Library Journal School Librarian of the Year.
Follow him at @todd_burleson on Twitter.
Hope you’re as excited as we are! See you there!
Are you ready to see what your students can do with Tynker?