642 N. Madison St. Classroom 101
Bloomington, IN 47404, Bloomington
Technology and computers are all around us, but how does it all really work?
Find out more about the internet and how it works as well as try your hand at programming in an unplugged fashion. People from all backgrounds are encouraged to attend – whether you’re interested in becoming a programmer or you don’t know how to use a smartphone. There will hands-on activities to help understand how things are sent on the internet as well as understanding cryptography. Programming algorithms will also be investigated using decks of cards making this workshop fun and interactive for all!
About the Speaker
Julie Alano – Computer Science Teacher and Department Chair, Hamilton Southeastern High School
Mrs. Julie Alano began teaching at Hamilton Southeastern High School in Fishers in 1998. She currently teaches 5 different computer science courses. Mrs. Alano was named Hamilton Southeastern Schools Teacher of the Year in 2016 and also won the Tech Educator of the Year at the Mira Awards in 2017. She is also the head girls’ track coach at HSE High School. In her spare time, she helps at her family’s farm and orchard near Shelbyville and can be found selling fresh produce at a local farmers’ market on Saturdays.
**Healthy munchies will be provided during the workshop**
**A fun group photoshoot will take place at the end of the workshop**