Submitted by Robert Schwarzhaupt on Wed, 03/24/2021 - 11:38 am EDT
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 Rebekah Lang on Wed, 07/21/2021 - 3:41 pm EDT
Whelp... the AP CSP exam results were posted today. (At least, for the first group of testers...). How did your students do? What will you do differently next year as a result? And/or what worked really well for you this year?
Submitted by CS for All Teachers on Tue, 07/20/2021 - 2:41 pm EDT
We were honored to have the opportunity to launch and facilitate the CS for All Teachers Equity and Access in CS discussion group.
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 Carol Ramsey on Mon, 06/14/2021 - 10:44 am EDT
In previous blogs from my series on Assessing CS in Your High School, I wrote about how your classroom and school fit into the larger movement and dove into the first element of equity—
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.
Submitted by Vanessa Jones on Sat, 06/05/2021 - 3:44 pm EDT
To continue our courageous conversations about equity, access and inclusion in CS and promote effective dialogue skills check out this resource PAIRS: Effective Dialogue Skills
Submitted by Amy Harris on Wed, 06/02/2021 - 11:12 am EDT
The Missouri Scholastic Esports Federation is excited to announce its first annual summer conference! This conference is for educators interes
Submitted by Rebekah Lang on Tue, 06/01/2021 - 10:04 pm EDT
June is Pride Month, so here are some resources that might be helpful for you and your CS students to encourage inclusion of all students in CS especially students who identify as LGBTQ+.