SuperQuest 2016 Eugene


Eugene, August 3-5


  • Game Design led by Jill Hubbard
    No experience necessary. Get your students making games instead of just playing them.
  • Teaching Computational Thinking led by Andrew Scholer
    The heart of computer science is breaking complex problems into a series of instructions so simple even a computer can do them. Learning to think in terms of computational problem solving is a critical part of understanding CS and the algorithms that are reshaping our world.
  • Intro to Web Design led by Jan Boley
    No experience necessary; browser know-how helps. Jan’s curriculum aligns with LBCC’s — see how that works.
  • FTC Robotics Grades 7-12 led by Dale Jordan
    for educators and coaches, covering tech and team topics.


  • 8:30a-9:00a    Registration & Continental Breakfast
  • 9:00-12:00      Morning Session
  • 12:00-1:30p     Lunch-n-Learn (Meals provided)
    • Wednesday Aug 3 TBA
    • Thursday, Chris Stephenson, Google Ed
    • Friday, Aug 5 TBA
  • 1:30-4:30p       Afternoon Session


  • Lane ESD
    1200 Highway 99 N
    Eugene, OR 97402lesd-logo-no-motto


Locale & Accommodations

In Collaboration with Lane ESD

Questions? Contact Randy and Janis via