Robotics in Elementary- Integrating Computer Science with SEL & State Standards

Tuesday, March 21, 8:00 am–8:50 am
TCC - TCC - Room 404

Integrating robots into the elementary classroom can provide authentic and engaging ways for students to develop their Social-Emotional Learning, Computational Thinking, and content area skills. Teachers and coaches will learn more about Finch and other robots, which are appropriate for elementary age students. Additionally, teachers and coaches will walk away with resources for successful implementation.

50-minute Session
Focus Area:
All Educators, Curriculum Specialists, ELL/ESL, Instructional Technology/Technology Coaches, Maker Space Educators, Special Education Teachers, Teacher-Librarians
Skill Level:
All levels
Grade Level:
Grades PreK-2, Grades 3-5

Presented by

Kristin Brouillet
Digital Learning Coach
Edmonds School District

Kristin earned her Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Missouri. She has her Master of Education in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Texas-Arlington. She has worked in public education for 8 years in Missouri, Hawaii, Washington, and Nevada. Her classroom years were spent in intermediate grades. She currently works in the Edmonds School District as a Digital Learning Coach. Her passions include using technology as a tool for inclusion in the classroom.

Caroline Gaskill
Digital Learning Coach
Edmonds School District

M.Ed with Administration Certification. Current Elementary Digital Learning Coach for the Edmonds School District. Former elementary teacher and reading specialist in Seattle. Lives in Edmonds with husband, four-year-old son, and Goldendoodle.