Wanted: Great teachers grades 3-8 to participate in the Computer Science Opportunities, Development, and Education in Rural Schools (CODERS) Project. Workshop Dates: June 14-18, 2021 and June 21-25, 2021 | You are only required to attend one week-long workshop session. You will be taught by amazing faculty at Missouri State University in the areas of Physics, Computer Science, English, Math, Education, and Music. The CODERS Project involves 150 teachers and 13,750 students in grades 3- 8. The CODERS Project includes a three-year field trial and impact study of teacher and student programming. Computer Science and Critical Thinking course modules engage students and teachers in high-quality curriculum to support learning for rural students and teachers in Computer Science, provide technology, and develop a YouTube channel to support student engagement beyond the life of the grant. Read more about the project in the proposal. EIR Grant Awardees from the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education This is a grant awarded by US Department of Education Office of Elementary and Secondary Education. Total Project Costs are $4,398,471 Total Federal Funding is $3,996,749, which is approximately 91% of the project funding Funding provided by MSU is $401,722, which is approximately 9% of the project funding
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