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Welcome to the 2017 KORCOS International Education Conference at Chadwick International. Please browse the many wonderful presentations and jobalikes that are being offered and start creating your schedule. We look forward to welcoming you on Saturday, November 18.

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Saturday, November 18 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Teaching Computer Science MADE EASY LIMITED

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This workshop is meant for teachers who do not have a computer science background, yet are required to teach computer science in their classrooms. The workshop will cover how to incorporate various aspects of the website www.code.org into their computer science classes. This workshop is not intended for computer science teachers, who already have a strong background in computer programming. However, if you do have a strong background in computer programming, yet have never used www.code.org before, you are welcome to attend, as you will be able to pick up a few interesting ideas here and there.

Paul Min is now entering his 9th year in the teaching profession. He spent his first four years as an ESL teacher in Korean public high schools. After obtaining a Bachelor of Education from the University of Toronto, he went on to spend two years in China at Dalian Maple Leaf School, as a Computer Science and Information Technology teacher. He is currently in Korea at BIS Canada for his third year, teaching Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics.

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Paul Min

Teacher, BIS Canada
Math and Computers Teacher at BIS Canada


Saturday November 18, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm
B-210

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