Facebook recently admitted to a HUGE data breach.
Fewer than half of US high schools offer at least one computer science course – usually because there isn’t a qualified teacher available. Pre-service CS programs are graduating significantly fewer teachers than needed.
What comes to mind when you think of Global Citizenship?
The celebration of April as National Poetry Month is a perfect opportunity to discover the many ways coding can be used as a form of creative expression and a force for social change. The following are a few examples of activities to try with your students.
This year I've banned politics from my classroom. It was the first year I'd ever done so, but the rhetoric and divisiveness of US politics had taken over and I was having a tough time creating a cohesive classroom community.
The next webinar in AccessCSforAll's “Accessible Computer Science: Teacher to Teacher” webinar series funded by the
I have LOVED Code.org's detailed adaptations for distance learners (synch and asynch). They have made my job as an online CS teacher much easier this year than it had been for the last 3.
The Rutgers University Computer Science Department and Center for Effective School Practices are excited to officially announce the 5th Annual Computer Science Summit on Scalability and Diversity.
UTeach Computer Science is excited to offer $50 Amazon gift cards to K-12 educators who earn one of our free micro-credentials by May 31st!
I stumbled across this Code.org tool for dissecting the 2020 College Board AP CSP data report and it is fascinating!
There are between 8 and 9 million students with disabilities in K-12 education in the United States who are served under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The majority of these students are in mainstream classroom
Blindspots are untrue assumptions that someone has based on their hidden bias they have about someone’s identity. Blind spots