From childhood to adulthood, we travel down roads that shape our future and sometimes who we are as a person. We meet people along the way that influence our decisions and help craft us as professionals. I recently had the opportunity to sit down with one of these people, an amazing educational leader, Mr. Ted Howard, Chief Academic Officer at Tukwila School District. He is working to change the landscape of education for the better.
Every student should have access to computer science (CS) education in this technology-filled world. For BootUp PD, closing the equity gaps in CS is priority number one. Thanks to Contentful, BootUp has been able to scale its website and continue to create a space where teachers can obtain resources for their classrooms.
At BootUp, there are many brilliant and inspirational women changing the face of education and technology. This Women's History Month, we celebrate the Women at BootUp striving to make a positive change for teachers and students nationwide.
What creates the conditions for true collaboration and integration? It takes a desire to work together for a shared purpose and the ability to understand the old adage that “two heads are better than one.”
If you’re like most teachers all over the world, transitioning to teaching through a virtual environment was a massive adjustment—there were technical problems, countless hours spent learning new platforms and strategies for engaging learners virtually. Thankfully, BootUp has a slew of resources to help.