Video Game Programming with Algebra

A K-12 Teacher Training Session


**POTENTIAL PARKING PROBLEMS**

Audience: Math and Technology Educators
Date: Saturday, November 19, 2011
Time: 9:00 – 3:00
Cost: $20.00 including lunch
Space is limited to 46 participants. Please register here
Location: University of Houston PGH 200
For directions and hotel information, click here


Teach Your Students to Program, Mathematically

Bootstrap teaches students to program their own video games in an algebraic programming language, exposing them to key math concepts. Middle- and high-school teachers around the country have implemented the curriculum as a one-month module, a weekly activity or an after school program.

In Bootstrap, Your Students will Practice and Apply

In this Workshop, You Will:

About Bootstrap

Bootstrap is a free curriculum that reaches hundreds of students a year in states around the country, and has been recognized by the National Science Foundation, Google, and Microsoft. The software is free and cloud-based: if you have a modern browser, you already have everything you need!


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Video Game Programming with Algebra

A K-12 Teacher Training Session


**POTENTIAL PARKING PROBLEMS**

Audience: Math and Technology Educators
Date: Saturday, November 19, 2011
Time: 9:00 – 3:00
Cost: $20.00 including lunch
Space is limited to 46 participants. Please register here
Location: University of Houston PGH 200
For directions and hotel information, click here


Teach Your Students to Program, Mathematically

Bootstrap teaches students to program their own video games in an algebraic programming language, exposing them to key math concepts. Middle- and high-school teachers around the country have implemented the curriculum as a one-month module, a weekly activity or an after school program.

In Bootstrap, Your Students will Practice and Apply

In this Workshop, You Will:

About Bootstrap

Bootstrap is a free curriculum that reaches hundreds of students a year in states around the country, and has been recognized by the National Science Foundation, Google, and Microsoft. The software is free and cloud-based: if you have a modern browser, you already have everything you need!