Teach Wonder

Teach Wonder

Teach Wonder Professional Learning Program

Cost: $125 includes course and Dash or Cue robot (a $450 value!)

According to the Bureau of Labor & Statistics, in 2018 the U.S. is expected to produce only 29% of the required number of graduates to fill the 1.4  million U.S. computer specialty job openings that are forecast. Future jobs outside of computer science are also  going to require computational and problem-solving skills that are developed when kids learn to code.

That’s why we’re excited to partner with Wonder Workshop to bring the Teach Wonder Professional Learning Program  to NCCE’s members at a deep discount. Save $325when you register for the Teach Wonder program using the discount code we provide.


Teach Wonder meets the needs of both elementary and middle school teachers looking for the knowledge and skills they need to teach these 21st-century skills.

Introduction to Coding and Robotics with Dash & Dot is designed for elementary school teachers. ($125 with discount code)

A robot is included with the purchase of the course.


Teach Wonder supports teachers starting to weave coding into their classrooms by providing an introduction to computer science and best practices for how to use robotics to bring coding to life.

We’ve chosen to partner with Wonder Workshop because they are uniquely positioned to provide this resource to educators. Their team of experienced educators and instructional design specialists have also developed a K-5 Learn to Code Curriculum and an Applied Robotics Curriculum for more advanced students.  In addition, they provide an extensive library of cross-curricular lesson plans that address topics from science to storytelling.

This course is eligible for Washington State Continuing Education hours or a University of Idaho Professional Development credit. (*clock hours and credit are an additional fee not included in the $125 cost for course and Dash Robot.) Instructions to redeem clock hours or request credit will be sent with the discount code.

If you have additional questions, please contact Shannon Davenport, NCCE Director of Professional Learning: