Info Tech. 10-12 Curriculum Drafts Complete

Final Drafts for Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 10-12 curriculum have been submitted. Once these are posted publicly on the Ministry curriculum site, a final feedback round will occur. This feedback will be collected and applied during the final editing...

Final Drafts for Applied Design, Skills, and Technologies 10-12 curriculum have been submitted. Once these are posted publicly on the Ministry curriculum site, a final feedback round will occur. This feedback will be collected and applied during the final editing round in Spring 2017. This curriculum reflects the growing need to offer a University admissible, high-level […]

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Conference Sponsorship

Would your organization like to connect your products and services with 600+ tech savvy educators this year? Fill out a 2016 Conference Sponsorship application and we will contact you ASAP. 2016 Sponsorship Application Form For questions contact: CUEBC Sponsorship rep. James Gill (@jagill)

Would your organization like to connect your products and services with 600+ tech savvy educators this year? Fill out a 2016 Conference Sponsorship application and we will contact you ASAP. 2016 Sponsorship Application Form For questions contact: CUEBC Sponsorship rep. James Gill (@jagill)

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2016 Conference Host: Riverside Secondary

We are please to announce that the 2016 CUEBC Conference will be held at Riverside Secondary in Port Coquitlam. This year's theme will focus on: Technology & The New Curriculum Riverside Secondary is SD43's high-tech high school with a 1:1 BYOD program...

We are please to announce that the 2016 CUEBC Conference will be held at Riverside Secondary in Port Coquitlam. This year’s theme will focus on: Technology & The New Curriculum Riverside Secondary is SD43’s high-tech high school with a 1:1 BYOD program that is going into it’s 4th year. They are also renowned as the first flagship Samsung […]

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Computational Thinking: A Guide for Teachers

  Computational thinking is the process of recognizing aspects of computation in the world that surrounds us and applying tools and techniques from computing to understand and reason about natural, social and artificial systems and processes. It allows pupils to tackle...

  Computational thinking is the process of recognizing aspects of computation in the world that surrounds us and applying tools and techniques from computing to understand and reason about natural, social and artificial systems and processes. It allows pupils to tackle problems, to break them down into solvable chunks and to devise algorithms to solve them. […]

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Code Create concludes…

On Saturday, January 23, 2016 - UBC Okanagan's Innovative Learning Centre played host to this 4th and final event of the Code Create series. Code Create was the largest youth coding event in BC history where over 400 students and...

On Saturday, January 23, 2016 – UBC Okanagan’s Innovative Learning Centre played host to this 4th and final event of the Code Create series. Code Create was the largest youth coding event in BC history where over 400 students and teachers from Vancouver, Victoria, Prince George, and Kelowna came together for an introduction to coding. Code Create, […]

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ADST Sneak Preview

Computer Using Educators of BC have been actively involved in the development of the new ADST draft framework and we are finally able to give you a more in-depth preview of these new documents. Please feel free to share the following...

Computer Using Educators of BC have been actively involved in the development of the new ADST draft framework and we are finally able to give you a more in-depth preview of these new documents. Please feel free to share the following links amongst your social networks. Introduction to ADST ADST: What’s New ADST: Goals and Rationale ADST: Big […]

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BC’s new “coding” curriculum

If you have been keeping up with the news lately you will likely have heard about BC's new coding curriculum. January 19, 2016 – Globe and Mail B.C. government’s high-tech school coding plan lacks hardware support January 18, 2016 – Vancouver Sun B.C....

If you have been keeping up with the news lately you will likely have heard about BC’s new coding curriculum. January 19, 2016 – Globe and Mail B.C. government’s high-tech school coding plan lacks hardware support January 18, 2016 – Vancouver Sun B.C. schoolchildren soon to be taught coding   CUEBC executive members, on behalf […]

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Happy Holidays from CUEBC

'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the shop, The computers were whirring; they never do stop. The power was on and the temperature right, In hopes that the input would feed back that night. The system was ready, the program was...

‘Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the shop, The computers were whirring; they never do stop. The power was on and the temperature right, In hopes that the input would feed back that night. The system was ready, the program was coded, And memory drums had been carefully loaded; While adding a Christmasy […]

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Share Hour of Code experiences

If you have had a successful Hour of Code experience, we'd love to hear from you. Tweet us or e-mail us with stories from your experiences. My elementary school of ~360 kids all did the hour of code, and I...

If you have had a successful Hour of Code experience, we’d love to hear from you. Tweet us or e-mail us with stories from your experiences. My elementary school of ~360 kids all did the hour of code, and I have never had such positive feedback about anything I have done before.  Kids are excited, […]

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