Explore Tynker’s Free NEW Webinars!

Explore Tynker’s Free NEW Webinars!

Explore Tynker’s Free NEW Webinars!

Tynker is excited to offer two new free webinars this fall! Both webinars are geared towards educators and education leaders who are beginners. Read on to learn more about (and register for!) the two webinars. 

Free Webinar: Welcome to Tynker

Discover how Tynker makes it easy to teach (and learn) coding! In this one-hour introductory Tynker webinar, educators and education leaders will learn how to use Tynker as their Computer Science education solution. 

Through demonstrations, you’ll understand how programming can be integrated into any subject area – and you’ll see how Tynker brings coding and creativity to any classroom! We’ll go into more detail about how to personalize student content and simply CS teaching for educators. Throughout the webinar, you’ll gain a better understanding of our lesson progressions and our content for K-12 learners. 

Join our hour-long, free webinar for educators and education leaders who are new to Tynker! These webinars are offered on Mondays at various times, so register below to secure your time slot. No prerequisites are required to register. 

Free Webinar: Getting Started with Tynker

Dive in and learn the ropes of Tynker with this free webinar! Geared towards educators and education leaders, this hour-long webinar provides an understanding of the basics. At the end of the hour, educators will have the tools they need to navigate the Tynker platform. They’ll be ready to start assigning coding lessons to every student. 

We’ll go over how to use customized lessons for any subject with Tynker STEM lessons. The webinar will also cover how to create customized coding lessons with the Tynker Workshop.

We hope you will be able to join us for this free Tynker webinar! These webinars are held on Tuesdays at various times. View times and register below. Please attend our other free webinar “Welcome to Tynker” before registering for this webinar.

Tynker enables children to learn computer programming in a fun and imaginative way. More than 60 million kids worldwide have started learning to code using Tynker.