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BootUp and Amazon Future Engineer bring CS to 500,000 students
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We Train Teachers to Empower All Students
Through long-term professional development, BootUp trains teachers to empower their students as they become creators, collaborators, communicators, logical thinkers, and real-world problem-solvers.
Our professional development facilitators prepare teachers to become confident and effective mentors by teaching computer science and computational thinking concepts, sharing pedagogical content knowledge, and supporting professional learning communities.
Learn how the Amazon Future Engineer and BootUp PD sponsorship can support elementary computer science in your district!
Every Child Should Learn to Code – and Your District Can Teach Them!
Coding should be elementary – everywhere. But today, many schools across the nation are not teaching their students an essential, creative, and collaborative literacy – the ability to code. Worse, even as the popularity of coding grows, the equity gap is growing even faster.
BootUp empowers all elementary students by immersing them in practical and imaginative curricula that extends beyond coding. Our professional development initiatives give students access to important 21st-century skills – particularly girls and underrepresented students of color. With BootUp Professional Development, coding is elementary for everyone.
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BootUp gave me the confidence I needed to teach coding on the very first day. It’s a low floor with a high ceiling. You don’t have to know anything about coding to start. But once you do, the sky’s the limit."
James Leighton, Desert Thunder Elementary School - Avondale, AZ
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For more information on teaching computer science to your elementary students or to visit a program in action, contact us today!