re-coding literacy (5)

Join Us November 13, 2019!

The first in a three-part Parent Education Series at Oak Knoll will explore coding as a key literacy in the 21st century. Attendees will gain an understanding of how learning to code at a young age will:

  • Enhance problem-solving skills
  • Give them a competitive edge
  • Prepare them for the future
  • And much more!

Date: November 13, 2019
Times: 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Location: Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child
44 Blackburn Road, Summit, NJ 07901

Free and open to the public, but pre-registration required. Adults only.

Our Presenter:

Kimberly Connolly

Kimberly Connolly is Oak Knoll School's Associate Director of Technology Innovation & Integration. Mrs. Connolly has extensive experience as a parent enrichment speaker, with previous topics focusing on Google Classroom and Maker education. She also presented "The Magic of Modern Tinkering" during the Educational Forum for Families with Intellectually Curious Students at Oak Knoll in 2017 and 2018.

She is an Apple and Google Certified Educator, and was featured in EdTech Magazine in an article entitled, "4 Steps to Achieve Makerspace Success."

Mrs. Connolly is a graduate of Rowan University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communications: radio, TV and film, with a minor in theater. Connolly also earned a master’s degree in educational technology at Jersey City University. Prior to Oak Knoll, Connolly taught for seven years at the Thelma L. Sandmeier Elementary School in Springfield.

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