MAY CHAT SCHEDULE:
Tweet and Talk (K-12): Tuesday May 8th at 9:30AM
K-6 Chat: Tuesday May 15th at 9:30AM
K-12 Slow Chat: May 8th – May 31st
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Scheduled chats run for 1 hour.* Individual questions are posted for 10-15 minutes in consecutive order. Detailed information about the monthly chats can be found here!
*The Tweet and Talk Live Event only runs for 20 minutes, but the chat will continue on Twitter as a Slow Chat for the rest of the month.
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TWEET AND TALK (LIVE May 8th at 9:30AM)
Following the scheduled Tweet and Talk (YouTube Live Event), the recording of the Tweet and Talk will be posted on our website, and on our YouTube Channel for classes to use as a provocation.
1. What is coding?
2. What skills are you learning when you code?
3. Coding is about problem solving. Name one problem you see in the world today and describe the steps you could take to solve it.
4. Describe one of your experiences coding. What did you learn? (ie. Hour of Code)
5. Why do you think learning to code is important?
*These same 5 questions will be used for each chat this month: Tweet and Talk, K-6 Chat, K-12 Slow Chat. Where necessary, questions have been reworded for younger Tweeters. We recommend classes spend time answering the questions ahead of time so time during the chat can be spent liking tweets, retweeting, quoting tweets in reply, and collaborating with others.
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