Learn how to help youth reflect and process experiences with patterns and trends in data to assist them in computational thinking.
4-H experiences help teens develop a wide variety of interests and skills, including leadership. These teen leaders use their skills to lead computer science experiences and build meaningful relationships and help young people see themselves as computer scientists.
Youth begin to identify with STEM when they have a voice in the learning process.
The facilitator adapts an activity using strategies that support the unique needs of his audience, including English language learners.
Discover new strategies for connecting any activity to CS careers and helping youth see potential careers.
Practice using conversation prompts in order to talk to youth about careers in computer science.