As part of Mississippi Innovation Month, MWB is sponsoring a Twitter forum to discuss November’s Hackathon Saturday and coding workshops being held for students and teachers across the state. The forum will take place on Tuesday, 11/19 from 7PM – 8PM via @MSInnovationEco, using #MSInNov to follow. Anyone with an interest in promoting digital job skills is encouraged to follow, participate, and engage.
In conjunction with Mississippi Innovation Month, a collaboration of innovation-focused entities including Innovate Mississippi, the Mississippi Development Authority, the Mississippi Department of Education,¬† Maris, West & Baker, Venture Technologies, school districts in Rankin County, Jackson County, Jackson Public Schools, and the Highland Elementary School PTO helped to produce a series of workshops focused on introducing students and teachers to digital job skills that will prove essential in the 21st century knowledge economy. Student workshops are being held through Jackson Public Schools and Jackson County Schools on 11/16, with a Coding for Teachers workshop being held at Highland Elementary in Ridgeland on 11/16 as well. Another student workshop is being held by Rankin County Schools on 11/21.
MWB VP/Digital Creative Director Randy Lynn (a Highland Elementary parent) helped to organize the “Coding for Teachers” workshop being held on Mississippi Hackathon Saturday (11/16). Randy will be the guest expert for our forum discussing the need for incorporating coding and other digital learning curriculum into Mississippi’s educational system.
FORUM:¬† 11/19¬†¬†¬†¬† 7PM-8PM
Via: @MSInnovationEco¬†¬†¬† #MSInNov