Computer Science for Your Classroom: Ohio’s Standards

COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR YOUR CLASSROOM: OHIO’S STANDARDS is designed to help teachers in grades K-8 better integrate the learning standards for computer science, which is becoming as essential as math and writing for our future workforce. The six videos in the project highlight lessons from teachers who are bringing computer science concepts to their students in various innovative ways.

Video thumbnail: Western Reserve Public Media Educational Productions Computer Science Intro

Western Reserve Public Media Educational Productions

Computer Science Intro

This video offers project learning standards and explains their importance.

Computer Science Intro

Video thumbnail: Western Reserve Public Media Educational Productions Tic Tac Toe: Grade 3

Western Reserve Public Media Educational Productions

Tic Tac Toe: Grade 3

A lesson based on Tic Tac Toe offers instruction on algorithmic thinking and programming.

Tic Tac Toe: Grade 3

Video thumbnail: Western Reserve Public Media Educational Productions ELA in a Website: Grade 6

Western Reserve Public Media Educational Productions

ELA in a Website: Grade 6

This ELA lesson uses an explanatory essay based on lesser-known African Americans.

ELA in a Website: Grade 6

Video thumbnail: Western Reserve Public Media Educational Productions Goodyear Challenge: Grade 5

Western Reserve Public Media Educational Productions

Goodyear Challenge: Grade 5

Goodyear and Akron Public Schools collaborate on a coding challenge using Ozobot.

Goodyear Challenge: Grade 5

Video thumbnail: Western Reserve Public Media Educational Productions Cybersecurity: Grade 8

Western Reserve Public Media Educational Productions

Cybersecurity: Grade 8

Great Lakes Science Center helps to teach about networks, the internet and cybersecurity.

Cybersecurity: Grade 8