Some Fun Stuff We Do in TL Coding Lab
Hour of Code
On Wednesday, December 9 at Lunch in Room #302, we celebrated National Computer Science Education week with code.org's "Hour of Code."
The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. One-hour tutorials are available in over 40 languages at code.org. No experience needed. Ages 4 to 104.
Field Trip: Special Screening of Code: Debugging the Gap in Technology
Director Robin Hauser Reynolds and our generous partners at Mill Valley Film Festival arranged a special educational screening of her new documentary, CODE:Debugging the Gender Gap in Technology to build community with TLCoding Labe our friends at San Rafael High School Physics Academy and the Advanced Digital Media Class at Miller Creek Middle School in October 2015. See how much fun we had!
TL Coding Lab's Robotics Student mentor showcase robots build by our students.
Marinovations Fair showcases the innovation and creativity of Marin County student scientists, engineers, designers, and Makers! Marinovators features over 75 exhibitors from schools K -12 in Marin County
Special Projects: Operation TL Coding Lab
Students of TLCoding Lab entered a competition this past summer, to create a 90 second video to show how our IT Dept. collaborates with our partners, admin, teachers, and students to provide computer science instruction, and innovation around tech at TLCoding Lab! Although we didn't win the $50,000 Grand Prize, we did have a whole lot of fun building community with our students, parent volunteers, and our corporate partner CodeHS while collaborating creatively together! This video also helped to raise awareness to the lack of access to paths in computer science at our high school and helped to spotlight our students' enthusiam for CS!!! Watch our video directed by the talented Nick Slanec, TLCoding Lab and MSEL Student at TL