The #hourofcode events highlighted in the slide show below are the tip of the iceberg. Hour of Code registered 338 events for Hawaii this year! See the list here.
Each school participated in #hourofcode in ways unique to their community. #socool
Two events stood out for hangout panelists because they were evening events that reached out to parents and the public.
Hale Kula Elementary's Family Night (slide #6),
A1: #halekula will host a coding family event. Planned by @Michelle_Colte @RacStrong & me-Here's a glimpse #edchathi pic.twitter.com/9B8ALDSBjl— Megan Cummings (@MrsC758) December 8, 2015
and Momilani Elementary's Everyone Can Code event (slide #3).
Here's the entire broadcast, with details on the various events. Note the panelists' sparkle as they describe #hourofcode and related events at their school, and their fervor as they discuss their hopes for the future of coding in the curriculum.
Grab a cuppa and have a look and listen ...
A big MAHALO for sharing to host +Shane Asselstine of Momilani Elementary (slide #3), and panelists +Michael Fricano II of 'Iolani (slide #7), Celeste Endo of Queen Kaahumanu Elementary (slides #5 and #8), +Melissa Handy of LeJardin Academy, Melanie Ching of Wai'Alae Elementary Public Charter School, and Roberta Hodara of Seabury Hall (slide #4).
More sharing, please ... :)