Art & CS Community Education

Seeking to Hire TXST Students as Facilitators

Teach kids to code! Help Families Learning Together (FLT) broaden creative computation in San Marcos. Learn to facilitate and empower kids and families, and their teachers too. We need students who want to learn how to engage and teach 21st century skills. No prior experience with computer programming or teaching is necessary, but a sense of curiosity and desire to learn is essential.

 

Contact Dr. Sean Justice by email: sbj19@txstate.edu

 

More Information About the Program:

FLT is a community education project that focuses on computational thinking through art, storytelling, and citizen science. We offer afterschool coding clubs in San Marcos elementary schools, workshops at the public library, and teacher education workshops at SMCISD and Centro Cultural in San Marcos. FLT is hiring Texas State University students to facilitate at all three of these learning opportunities. FLT facilitators get experience teaching in classrooms and informal spaces, and they learn a lot about how to teach with computational materials for artistic and self-expressive purposes. FLT facilitators are paid student worker wages for their work.

 

 

 

 

Deadline: Sept. 26, 2019, midnight