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Submitted by CS for All Teachers on Tue, 06/14/2022 - 11:41 am EDT
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Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Mon, 05/02/2022 - 10:48 am EDT
According to Study.com, a person's "Personal Identity" is "the concept you develop about yourself that evolves over the course of your life.
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Sat, 04/30/2022 - 4:37 pm EDT
What is your favorite "goto" definition for educational equity? One of my favorite is the one used by the National Equity Project.
Submitted by Rebekah Lang on Mon, 04/04/2022 - 6:04 pm EDT
The Screentime Action Network Resource Library has an incredible amount of resources that could be useful for teaching students (and their families) about using technology in a healthy way.
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Mon, 02/21/2022 - 9:13 pm EST
During Black History Month in February and EVERY MONTH. Let's continue to inspire historically excluded students. Let's change the face of Computer Science!
Submitted by Rebekah Lang on Wed, 01/26/2022 - 11:20 am EST
Here is a great opportunity for female students of color in AP Computer Science Classes: https://rutgers.ca1.qualtrics.co
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Mon, 01/24/2022 - 10:03 am EST
A stereotype threat is when a person is at risk of confirming, as a self-characteristic, a negative stereotype about one's social group [Steele & Aronson, 1995].
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Thu, 01/20/2022 - 11:16 am EST
Computer science is about using technology to solve complex problems in the world in which we live.
Submitted by Rebekah Lang on Sun, 01/16/2022 - 7:27 pm EST
I've been looking for ways to celebrate the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Sat, 01/15/2022 - 5:35 pm EST
Did you know that stereotypes in CS detract females and students from underrepresented groups from pursuing CS and may also affect male students who do not fit this st
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Sun, 01/09/2022 - 1:22 pm EST
As computer science teachers, it is important for us to not just know about ourselves but to also learn about the students in our classrooms.
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Fri, 12/31/2021 - 2:07 pm EST
Do you have unconscious bias or implicit bias in your computer science classroom? How do you know? Check out this resource from
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Fri, 12/31/2021 - 1:00 pm EST
The new 2021 State of CS report reveals some interesting data. Some shocking and some the data didn't change.
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Fri, 12/31/2021 - 12:17 pm EST
Google and Gallup do a great job of collecting data to showcase what is happening in CS in regional areas? How is your state, commu
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Fri, 12/31/2021 - 12:08 pm EST
In researching the current reality of states I came across this interesting and eye opening resource.
Submitted by Rebekah Lang on Tue, 12/21/2021 - 10:37 am EST
I think this would be an excellent article to consider in AP CSP classrooms and with other high schoo
Submitted by Rebekah Lang on Mon, 10/11/2021 - 9:08 am EDT
I recently stumbled across this interesting Native Land Digital interactive map.
Submitted by Rebekah Lang on Wed, 10/06/2021 - 4:35 pm EDT
This week Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram went down… and this provides us with a great real world connection to what they’re learning in AP CSP!
Submitted by Rebekah Lang on Thu, 09/23/2021 - 10:05 pm EDT
I use Code.org's AP Computer Science Principles curriculum, and this week I'm teaching: Unit 1: Lesson 12: Digital Informati
Submitted by Andrea Wilson Vazquez on Wed, 06/30/2021 - 2:03 pm EDT
Planning for the next school year provides an important time to reflect and revise not only our curriculum, but also our practices, routines and our classroom spaces.
Submitted by Andrea Wilson Vazquez on Tue, 06/08/2021 - 8:08 pm EDT
The CAPE Framework, developed by Carol L. Fletcher and Jayce R.