Coding Symposium Day 4

September 12, 2021

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0:00 Day 4 – Keynote 1: Leonie Watson, Director, TetraLogical

18:00 Day 4 – Presentation 1: Coding for K-12 Students

50:58 Day 4 – Q&A 1: Meet the Coders and Professionals in the field of coding

1:22:29 Day 4 – Q&A 2: Meet the Professionals who get you hired and Entrepreneurs who are today’s change makers

1:55:19 Day 4 – Q&A 3: Meet the Instructors teaching code in K-12 and higher education

2:25:54 Day 4 – Coding Camp Info and Scholarship Awards – Round 1

2:44:22 Day 4 – Keynote 2: Jennison Asuncion, Head of Accessibility Engineering Evangelism, LinkedIn

3:07:26 Day 4 – Presentation 2: Learning to Code, With or Without School

3:32:53 Day 4 – Q&A 4: Meet the Coders and Professionals in the field of coding

4:05:25 Day 4 – Q&A 5: Meet the Professionals who get you hired and Entrepreneurs who are today’s change makers

4:36:49 Day 4 – Q&A 6: Meet the Instructors teaching code in K-12 and higher education

5:06:50 Day 4 – Coding Camp Info and Scholarship Awards – Round 2

Day 4 – Keynote 1: Leonie Watson, Director, TetraLogical – This Keynote address highlights the opportunities that Coding provides to blind or low vision individuals. Students will be encouraged to identify with pathways currently available to them and pursuable in their future.

Day 4 – Presentation 1: Coding for K-12 Students – Sara Larkin, Statewide Math Consultant, Iowa Educational Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired, and Jennifer Bliss, STEM Consultant, Iowa Educational Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired – A presentation on teaching coding to K-12 students including identifying curriculum resources and the roles TVI and parents can play in ensuring equitable access to school coding curricula including addressing questions including what is available for teachers and parents to introduce to students to coding and further develop their coding skills? What resources are available to continue discovering accessible content? What can teachers and parents do during Hour of Code and other coding opportunities that limit the participation of visually impaired students?

Day 4 – Q&A 1: Meet the Coders and Professionals in the field of coding
Steve Clower, Desmos
Greg Stilson, APH
Darryl Adams, Intel
Lucas Radaelli, Google
Peter Torpey, Xerox/Eyes on Success

Day 4 – Q&A 2: Meet the Professionals who get you hired and Entrepreneurs who are today’s change makers
Enjie Hall, University of Toledo
Heather Kennedy-MacKenzie, APH
Bill McCann, Dancing Dots
Corey Joseph, CVS Health
Mike Hess, Blind Institute of Technology
John Gardner, ViewPlus

Day 4 – Q&A 3: Meet the Instructors teaching code in K-12 and higher education
Sile O’Modhrain, University of Michigan
Donal Fitzpatrick, Dublin City University
Diane Brauner, Perkins
Jennifer Bliss, Iowa Ed. Services
Gina Fugate, Maryland School for the Blind
Sean Mealin, SAS Institute/NC State

Day 4 – Coding Camp Info and Scholarship Awards – Round 1
Adrian Amandi, CSB
Michael Wood, Vispero
David Bradburn, HumanWare
Anne Durham, APH

Day 4 – Keynote 2: Jennison Asuncion, Head of Accessibility Engineering Evangelism, LinkedIn – This Keynote address highlights the opportunities that Coding provides to blind or low vision individuals. Students will be encouraged to identify with pathways currently available to them and pursuable in their future.

Day 4 – Presentation 2: Learning to Code, With or Without School – Chancey Fleet, Assistive Technology Coordinator, New York Public Library – A presentation will address how participants will learn how to code with or without school including addressing What can someone do to continue learning code and technology as a way to seek employment or for leisure? Is going to college necessary? What avenues are there that can be combined with formal education for a student who is interested in coding? What are the benefits of learning and continuing to learn code?

Day 4 – Q&A 4: Meet the Coders and Professionals in the field of coding
Kisiah Timmons, Verizon Media
Ken Perry, APH
Ka Li, Fable Tech Labs
Austin Seraphin, Accessibility Consultant
Joe Hodge, APH
Glen Gordon, JAWS/Vispero
Brian Buhrow, ViaNet Communications/NFB

Day 4 – Q&A 5: Meet the Professionals who get you hired and Entrepreneurs who are today’s change makers
Enjie Hall, University of Toledo
Heather Kennedy-MacKenzie, APH
Joe Jorgenson, Accessibyte
Corey Joseph, CVS Health

Day 4 – Q&A 6: Meet the Instructors teaching code in K-12 and higher education
Gina Fugate, Maryland School for the Blind
Vanessa Herndon, CSB
Amanda Rodda, Washington State School for the Blind
Sara Larkin, Iowa Ed. Services
Andy Stefik, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Day 4 – Coding Camp Info and Scholarship Awards – Round 2
Adrian Amandi, CSB
Joseph McDaniel, Vispero
Peter Tucic, HumanWare
Anne Durham, APH

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