Submitted by Robert Schwarzhaupt on Wed, 03/24/2021 - 11:38 am EDT
Submitted by Omar Shepherd on Fri, 03/18/2022 - 3:41 am EDT
Exploring Computer Science through Physical Computing with the Raspberry Pi
Submitted by Rebekah Lang on Sun, 02/20/2022 - 10:06 pm EST
This Twosday (2/22/22) could be a fun day to teach students about binary numbers (base 2)! One of my favorite elementary binary activities is binary bracelets from Code.org.
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 Rebekah Lang on Tue, 12/14/2021 - 2:15 pm EST
BBC micro:bit give-away to US Elementary teachers To help get educators started with physical computing the Infosys Foundation USA are funding
Submitted by Rebekah Lang on Wed, 11/10/2021 - 12:52 pm EST
I know I'm a bit behind here, but I've finally read Hidden Figures. How inspiring to learn that about first "computers"--black women in the 1940s! I'm going to watch the movie this weekend.
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 Yolanda Payne on Mon, 09/27/2021 - 2:06 pm EDT
In a previous blog post, I wrote about my path to becoming a teacher of computer science and provided some tips to educators finding themselves in a similar situation of being “volun-told” to tea
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 Portia Morrell on Wed, 05/19/2021 - 11:08 am EDT