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Monday, May 4, 2020

you may be interested in this zoom on wednesday but i see its late for those on india time

i dont have any inside track to leaders of code.org but they seem to be scaling unstoppably in usa - i havent understood if they have international partners though obviously khan academy does

hadi parlovi is an interesting person -and great teacher  but as i say i have no connection with him

take care chris macrae


----- Forwarded message -----
From: Hadi Partovi <hadi_partovi@code.org>
To: "chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk" <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: Monday, 4 May 2020, 12:40:04 GMT-4
Subject: Join us with Sal Khan, founder of Khan Academy!

Hi there,

Last week, we welcomed Keegan-Michael Key and Vint Cerf on Code Break to discuss the Internet, protocols, and creating your own website. If you missed it, you can still watch the episode and try the activities.

In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Week, we’re excited to welcome the founder and CEO of Khan Academy, Sal Khan, as well as computer science educator, Flo Vaughn. Together we’ll learn about conditionals, which is how computers use logic and IF statements to make decisions.

Please show support for a teacher in your life by tweeting your appreciation with #CodeBreak, or join our episode live this week to submit a comment that may end up being read on air!

Wednesday, May 6 at 10am PT / 1pm ET

 

To participate:  Present your apps live on Code Break!
Each week we’ll pick a few lucky students to demo their projects from last week's activity to our special guests. To participate, share your websites or pictures of you using your message sending devices from last week on Twitter. Include #CodeBreak in your post (or email it to codebreaktech@code.org) to get it to us.

Join us early for a unique interaction with our special guests
Everybody will get to participate in this class, but we always have a unique interaction planned for the biggest fans. To participate on camera, join this limited Zoom meeting 1 hour before the episode, first come, first serve*. You will then be added to a waiting room. If you are not accepted into the meeting after the first 15 minutes we have reached panelist capacity for this week, but encourage you to try again for our next guest!

Spread the word about Code Break
Last week we had students join Code Break from countries across the globe to hear from Keegan-Michael Key and Vint Cerf. Help us continue bringing amazing role models to you by spreading the word - invite other parents, students, and even entire schools to join. Share this email, or share on Twitter, or on Facebook.

Hadi Partovi
Founder, Code.org 

*You can join us on screen via smartphone or computer, just make sure that you have video capabilities in a well-lit area, and clear audio so you can chat with us! Also, we’ll only include students who join together with a parent or guardian. By participating on camera you agree to be part of the episode, respect our Code of Conduct, and give us rights to reproduce your likeness in the context of your participation in the episode.
 

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