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Join educators from across Colorado as they share ideas and strategies to transform the student experience at the 14th Annual CAMLE Conference on Saturday, November 5 at Westview Middle School in Longmont, CO. 

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Saturday, November 5 • 1:50pm - 3:00pm
The Zombie Apocalypse: Teaching Computational Thinking with Games, Simulations & Animations FULL

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Use AgentSheets (drag & drop programming) to build the Zombie Apocalypse.  This contagion-type simulation teaches four types of computational thinking:  decision trees (if - then - else), loops, collecting and analyzing data, and global variables.  Prior to programming a partially completed program, participants will use a "physical coding" activity to act out the decision tree.

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Mollie Kelleher

Teacher, Computer Science, Altona Middle School - SVVSD
Talk to me about: The Verizon App Challenge, starting a comprehensive MS computer science program, game design, simulations, animating with code, AgentSheets, AgentCubes, Scratch, Arduino, and wearable technology.



Saturday November 5, 2016 1:50pm - 3:00pm
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