This week's CS for All Teachers Equity in CS Discussion is about OPPORTUNITIES: How are computer science skills and social justice related?
From password strength and email phishing to firewalls and hacking prevention, every student in middle school and beyond should be aware of how cybersecurity affects their lives in our digitally connected world.
Question Description Like most, we find ourselves having to teach remotely. Starting next Monday (3/30) we begin 2 weeks of "Enrichment". Then we need to prepare ourselves for "phase 2" - online learning.
Are you wondering what the Hour of Code 2020 is all about and how to engage your students? Well, wonder no more!
I'm starting to look ahead to next year and potential recruitment strategies for AP CSP. Some schools have a pipeline... Online, it's more challenging. I do have an Intro.
Once thought of as "just programming," computer science has grown to encompass a variety of roles and disciplines. Isn't it time that the CS classroom evolved to meet the demands of the 21st century workplace?
Question Description We are utilizing the Version 3.0 Unit 6: Computing Applications as an introduction to Python for students to have a better foundation when using the Python language with the Edison robots.
CSTA's 2020 CS Ed Week TShirts focus on social justice. They're looking pretty good! Get yours here: https://stores.inksoft.com/CSTA/shop/home
We recently began gathering your ideas for words that describe Equity in CS via this Menti.
Does your state have a computer science state plan? Is your state tracking the 9 policies?