Sphero Fundamentals- Self-Guided Course

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Our asynchronous Professional Learning course walks you through getting started with the Sphero Edu Program, the Sphero Edu app, and how to apply it all in your classroom. Created by the pros from our professional learning team, this course will take you into a deep dive into Draw, Block Based programming, and Javascript text programming. We’ll wrap it up with suggested classroom applications for all grade levels, experience and content areas. In addition, you’ll get exclusive access to Sphero content that no one else has! Don’t hesitate to grow your skills. Sign up today! Users who complete this course will receive a six-hour PD Certificate.

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