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New laptop computers for Georgia Computes! by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2007-02-07 15:47
We have just secured funding for purchasing laptop infrastructure (machines, carts, wireless routers) for hands-on workshops related to this project.
PowerPoint slides for first day of May First Courses workshop by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2008-02-23 21:41
What we covered at the May 11, 2007 workshop
PowerPoint slides for second day of May First Courses workshop by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2008-02-23 21:41
Workshop content from May 12, 2007
One Page Summary of Project "Georgia Computes!" by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2008-02-23 21:41
 
Summary Presentation on "Georgia Computes!" for 2007 NSF BPC PI meeting by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2008-02-23 21:42
 
Powerpoint Slides for First Day of July First Courses Workshop by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2008-02-23 21:44
On Python images and sound, from Georgia Southern
Powerpoint Slides for Second Day of July First Courses Workshop by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2008-02-23 21:44
Python movies and robotics.
Powerpoint Slides for Third Day of July First Courses Workshop by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2008-02-23 21:44
Java Media Computation
Powerpoint Slides for Fourth Day of July First Courses Worksh by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2008-02-23 21:45
Java Media Computation Data Structures, and MATLAB (using GNU Octave) CS1
Opening Summer Camp Workshop by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2007-04-18 12:29
 
Successful AACCD Meeting by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2007-03-24 08:03
Representatives from 21 University System of Georgia Schools hear about robotics, Threads, and media computation at Georgia Tech
Great article on Georgia Tech's Teacher Workshops by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2007-04-18 12:26
An interview with one of the teachers who has taken our workshops and worked with us on summer camps, from the CEISMC Gazette.
Summer 2007 Workshops in Full Swing! by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2007-07-09 09:49
Starting in May, "Georgia Computes!" has a full slate of workshop activity going on.
Project "Georgia Computes!" presents at 2007 NSF PI Meeting by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2007-06-06 15:24
Our first appearance as an NSF BPC Alliance
"First Courses" at Georgia Southern, July 16-19 by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2007-08-03 10:24
Our second overview of four "First Courses" approaches for University System of Georgia Faculty
Media Computation Workshop in Atlanta, 2008 (Georgia Tech, Atlanta, from 2008-05-19 08:00 to 2008-05-21 16:25) by Mark Guzdial
This workshop will introduce faculty to teaching with the Media Computation approach. We will cover introduction to computing in Python and in Java, and data structures in Java, using an approach that emphasizes relevance and creativity.
Media Computation Workshop in Chicago, 2008 (Georgia Tech, Atlanta, from 2008-06-23 08:00 to 2008-06-25 16:25) by Mark Guzdial
This workshop will introduce faculty to teaching with the Media Computation approach. We will cover introduction to computing in Python and in Java, and data structures in Java, using an approach that emphasizes relevance and creativity.
Media Computation Workshop in Waltham/Boston, 2008 (Georgia Tech, Atlanta, from 2008-07-07 08:00 to 2008-07-09 16:25) by Mark Guzdial
This workshop will introduce faculty to teaching with the Media Computation approach. We will cover introduction to computing in Python and in Java, and data structures in Java, using an approach that emphasizes relevance and creativity.
First Courses Workshop in Atlanta, 2008 (Georgia Tech, Atlanta, from 2008-05-22 08:00 to 2008-05-23 16:25) by Mark Guzdial
WORKSHOP ONLY OPEN TO UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA FACULTY! A whirlwind introduction to FIVE new approaches for teaching introductory courses in computing: (1) Introduction to Media Computation in Python, (2) and in Java, (3) Introduction to Data Structures with Media Computation in Java, (4) Introduction to Engineering Computing using MATLAB, and (5) Introduction to computing using robotics using Python.
First Courses Workshop in Western Mass, 2008 (Georgia Tech, Atlanta, from 2008-07-08 08:00 to 2008-07-09 16:25) by Mark Guzdial
WORKSHOP ONLY OPEN TO CAITE, CITI, and 5-College faculty! (outside MA, please inquire!) A whirlwind introduction to FIVE new approaches for teaching introductory courses in computing: (1) Introduction to Media Computation in Python, (2) and in Java, (3) Introduction to Data Structures with Media Computation in Java, (4) Introduction to Engineering Computing using MATLAB, and (5) Introduction to computing using robotics using Python.
Workshop Details by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2007-03-24 07:17
Describing workshops associated with "Georgia Computes!"
Renewal funding for Georgia Computes! by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2009-09-21 15:13
NSF has just renewed funding for "Georgia Computes!"
Launching "Operation Reboot" to transform unemployed IT workers into high school computing teachers by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2009-09-21 15:24
Georgia Tech to Transform Unemployed Technology Workers into High School Computing Teachers
Glitch Project getting great press by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2009-09-21 16:26
Betsy DiSalvo's "Glitch" Project, to engage African-American teens with computing, is getting good press coverage.
Inside Higher Education coverage of "Georgia Computes!" by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2009-10-06 11:17
A really nice piece on "Georgia Computes!" on Inside Higher Ed site
CE21 2-page summary of GaComputes by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2011-01-27 09:31
 
GaComputes Poster for CE21 by Mark Guzdial — last modified 2011-01-27 09:32
 

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