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Eileen Peters
Educational Techonologist
Email: peters@pd.code.org
Phone: 813.758.8836
Twitter: @EPetersTech

With an MS in Computer Engineering, Eileen has worked in aerospace, commercial, and education sectors. Early in her career she was a software engineer working on programs such as Space Shuttle and Space Station. She eventually became a Technology Teacher and Technology Integration Specialist in K-8 schools. She currently facilitates Code.org K-5 Teacher Professional Development Workshops in Clearwater, Florida. Eileen believes that Computer Science is foundational for all students and that “Everyone can Code”!

The World of Computers and Coding
Grades: 3rd-5thLength: 45 MinCategories: Coding, STEM, TechnologyTime: October 16, 2017 10:10 am EST

“What were the first computers like? Learn about the history of computers and computing. How did the first computers compare to the computers we use today? Learn the story of the first computer bug. Learn about computer programming (coding) and what programmers do in various industries, including the presenter’s personal experiences in aerospace, commerce, and education. Can anyone become a programmer? Discover some fun online coding activities and try them out! Who knows? YOU could be programmer when you grow up too!

Oct 16, 2017 at 10:10 am EST
The World of Computers and Coding
Grades: K-2ndLength: 45 MinCategories: Coding, STEMTime: October 16, 2017 1:10 am EST

“What were the first computers like? Learn about the history of computers and computing. How did the first computers compare to the computers we use today? Learn the story of the first computer bug. Learn about computer programming (coding) and what programmers do in various industries, including the presenter’s personal experiences in aerospace, commerce, and education. Can anyone become a programmer? Discover some fun online coding activities and try them out! Who knows? YOU could be programmer when you grow up too!

Oct 16, 2017 at 1:10 am EST

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