Montana State University

CSCI 591-850: Computer Science in the Classroom: Computational Thinking for Teachers

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Bozeman, MT
Jun 09-Jun 13, 2014
Credit: 2 graduate
Tuition & Fees: $520.00
Instructor(s): Hunter Lloyd and John Paxton

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Course Description

The course examines the computing field and how it impacts the human condition. Exciting ideas and influential people are introduced. A gentle introduction to computational thinking using the Python programming language is provided. The course also introduces participants to robotic platforms.

Meeting Place and Times

MTWRF - 8 am to 5 pm
EPS 108 & EPS 254


Hunter Lloyd, MS. Mr. Hunter Lloyd is an adjunct instructor in the Computer Science department at Montana State University since 1998. Mr. Lloyd has taught numerous courses at Montana State University in the Computer Science and Engineering departments. In addition, Mr. Lloyd has reviewed and published computer science texts and has been awarded research grants for computer science related projects. Mr. Lloyd holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from Montana State University.

John Paxton.


Graduate standing and 2 years of teaching experience.

Target Audience

7 - 12 grade teachers who are working on the MSSE degree and who want to learn how to incorporate computational ideas into the classroom.

Tuition and Fees

 Fees $0.00

Sponsored by a private donor and the Master of Science in Science Education program

Sorry, no fee waivers will be accepted. Payment is required even if tuition cap has been reached.

Required Books/Materials

  • No text is required, the necessary resources are online.

For More Information

Contact Diana Paterson at or 406-994-5679.

How to Register

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