March 21, 2018
For Immediate Release
Florida Institute of Technology and Codecraft Works Announce Collaboration for Teachers to Learn Computer Science and Earn Certifications
Melbourne, Fla. – Florida Institute of Technology announced today a collaboration for teachers. The availability of accredited Codecraft Works courses for teachers to learn computer science. As technology continues to advance all over the world, teachers can benefit from having a better understanding of computer science and being able to prepare their students for a rapidly evolving future.
Adults will gain a competitive edge in any industry and have the opportunity to join a network of dedicated individuals training the next generation of STEM workers. The certificate courses are designed for novice or experienced educators looking to update their computer science and programming skills. These continuing education courses are for any instructor who would like to teach computer science (CS) or include more CS into their daily instruction. Codecraft Works provides a platform for learning and developing a set of cross-curricular classroom projects. The course series is especially appropriate for those who are looking for opportunities inside or outside the classroom and want to learn how to apply computer science to enhance their role in their industry while earning university continuing education units (CEUs) from Florida Tech.
“These courses are a combination of virtual lectures and practical, hands-on training to give instructors the skills needed to teach Codecraft,” said Shannon Landin, Co-Founder | CEO Codecraft Works. “Anyone willing to lead the STE(A)M movement at their school, club, camp, or business can quickly impact future economic opportunities for students and for themselves.”
Contact: Cynthia Schmitt
Florida Institute of Technology
Phone (321) 674-8382
150 W. University
Melbourne, FL 32901
Phone (321) 209-4674
2428 Irwin Street
Melbourne, FL 32901