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Collaborative Classrooms and Absent Students

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The demands of today’s work arena require students to work effectively in groups. Hence, curricula are being designed to incorporate group work. Both ECS and CSP are designed with this in mind.
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Help me... help you!

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It’s 1:49 p.m. and 123 students have been in the computer lab today. Only one more class of 29 students to go, and my day will be complete.
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Get Personal! Strategies for Connecting in Computer Science Class

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Last spring, I participated in some professional development that started with a dreaded word: “homework”. The homework was assigned several weeks before the PD began. Honestly, the email it came with shot down my spirits. Who likes homework, especially this kind?
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School Computer Clubs - Where Fun and Learning Collide

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Every Monday at 2:30 pm, Room 2410 at Everett High School is transformed from a typical academic classroom into a boisterous meeting place where students get to explore all things involving computers.
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Integrating computer science across the PreK-12 curriculum

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On October 28, the CS10K Community welcomed a number of state and national leaders to discuss how best to integrate computer science from preschool to high school in order to build a more robust learning continuum.