A few years ago, I had the opportunity to work with a bunch of wonderful computer science advocates.
The team at Girls Who Code has recently launched a program called Code at Home, a series of free computer science activities for students and teachers.
Have you thought about presenting at the CSTA Annual Conference but weren’t sure about how to get started? Maybe you've wondered what the CSTA conference is?
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.
It's Cyber Security Awareness Month! Here's a website that has a TON of useful lessons, videos, etc. for students and teachers to explore the topic! https://cyber.org/cybersafety
Registration for CodeHouse's Tech Exposure Day: The Virtual Field Trip is NOW OPEN!
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.
We recently began gathering your ideas for words that describe Equity in CS via this Menti.
Fiveable offers unofficial AP courses to students wanting to learn more or test prep outside of their high school. They are hiring AP CSP teachers (and other AP subject teachers) at $1,200 to lecture and oversee courses (not grading though!). Looks like a neat opportunity...
This fall, more than ever before, I have found myself creating activities that promote joy and play in my classes. I've been curious and excited about incorporating gamification and game play into my middle school computer science classroom and this year seemed the right time