REGISTRATION FOR BEGINNING CODING/PROGRAMMING BOOT CAMPS IS NOW OPEN!
Business and Technology teachers may register for one or more of the three Beginning Coding/Programming Boot Camps. There are two options to register.
1. Online Registration: Go to bit.ly/BCPBootCamp
DATES AND LOCATIONS
June 5-7 - Carterville, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., John A. Logan College, Room F118, 700 Logan College Rd., Carterville, IL 62918
Registration Deadline: May 29. PD--7.5 hours per day
June 12-14 - Springfield, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Capitol Area Career Center, Activity Center B2201, Toronto Rd., Springfield, IL 62712
Registration Deadline: June 5. PD--7.5 hours per day
June 24-26 - Joliet, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Joliet Central High School, Room 65, 1201 E Jefferson St., Joliet, IL 60432
Registration Deadline: June 17. PD--7.5 hours per day
Teachers have been requesting information regarding employability standards and curriculum related to those employability skills. Below are a few resources that might be helpful to those of you looking for this kind of information.
|Web Coding Resources||
MYcaert.com -- IL CTE teachers use their login.
Introductions to Careers in Coding/Programming
Sarah is a professional web/app developer with 8th Light in the Chicago area.
|See videos regarding web development terminology from Sarah Sunday, 8th Light|
Highlights From The Business Teacher Updates--FALL 2018
The focus for these updates was on innovative ways of teaching Entrepreneurship and Technology! All updates were free, but registration was required.
The following were the updates from Fall 2018
Great appreciation goes to Aligatortek, 8th Light, and 146th Street for sharing their expert developers at the July 30 Structured Group Interview, Coding for Web/Mobile App Development. This small group of experts rendered industry-based topics and subtopics which will be made into a curriculum for Illinois high school CTE teachers.
Thank you to Ahmar Arshi, Sarah Sunday, and Andrew Harris for donating their time and energy to this project! The lively discussion delivered important insights for future curriculum.
In addition to the developer professionals' contributions, several tech-savvy Business Education Instructors from around the state of Illinois participated on the Teacher Steering Committee. With the information gained from the developers, this teacher committee created a number of new lesson titles with learning objectives and suggested "real world" activities for curriculum which will ultimately be published at MYcaert.com for Illinois CTE high school instructors.
Andrew Harris, Owner, 146th Street, Ltd. & Sr. Lecturer--IU/PUI
Web/Mobile App Developers from the Chicago and Indianapolis areas volunteered their time and expertise to share information regarding the skills and knowledge required for their careers. With this information, curricular topics and subtopics were derived.
Jennifer Williams, North Mac High School; Kevin Holben, Richards High School; Gail Turner, Newton Community High School; Jamal Maatuka, Champaign Central High School
Business Education Instructors formed the Teacher Steering Committee for Coding for Web/Mobile App Development Structured Group Interview. They took the results of the SGI panel of experts and created lesson plan titles with learning objectives as lesson plan framework for future lesson writers on those topics.