According to the 2017 National Board of Certified Teachers Study, Investing in what it Takes to Move. PD is critical in helping teachers perfect their skills and impact student achievement in their classrooms. CSTA’s new Continuing Professional Development Pipeline, powered … Continue reading →
5 Ways to Make the Most of Computer Science PD Powered by Zulama and the Computer Science and Game Design Certificate So you’ve just signed up for a computer science professional development course for this summer (or you’re about to)! … Continue reading →
The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems at Pace University invites you to attend a seven-day summer workshop aimed at introducing high school teachers to diverse topics in cybersecurity, free of cost. The workshop will include lectures, hands-on … Continue reading →
Code.org is offering high-quality, no-cost professional learning for high school Computer Science Principles this summer through its network of Regional Partners. The signup deadline was just extended to 4/14, so act soon! Why teach computer science in high school? 90% of parents … Continue reading →
The California State University San Marcos will be hosting its semi-annual Saturday April 22nd, 2017 from 8:30 am to 8:30 pm Register Now The 12-hour semi-annual event is open to all female high school and college students, who will work collaboratively to … Continue reading →
San Diego County Mathematics and Computer Science high school teachers and Math/STEM curriculum leaders are invited to a workshop on April 13 to experience Algorithmic Geometry, an exciting new course for high school students. Designed for STEM college-prep students (grades 11 and … Continue reading →
This is a scholarship to celebrate women in computer science. It is named after Ada Lovelace, who wrote the first computer program. She was history’s first computer programmer. The computer programming language “Ada” was named in her honor. Dev Bootcamp will … Continue reading →
Register as a new member for the contests of the American Computer Science League (ACSL) and get a FREE contest question CD. The CD contains 27 questions and solutions from our category list and 20 original programming problems with solutions. … Continue reading →
The CDE, Instructional Quality Commission, and State Board of Education (SBE) are commencing the process for developing new California computer science content standards. Per California Education Code. Section 60605.4, “on or before July 31, 2019, the Instructional Quality Commission shall consider developing and recommending to the SBE computer science content standards for kindergarten and grades 1 to 12, inclusive, pursuant to recommendations developed by a group of computer science experts.”
Information and updates concerning the development of computer science content standards for California public schools will be posted here.
The CDE will convene three focus group meetings to provide input on guidelines that will be utilized by a group of computer science experts who will be tasked to develop the new standards. The meetings are open to the public.
A year has passed and it is almost time for a brand new Bebras Challenge. As of today you can register for this one-hour adventure that introduces your students to computational thinking and informatics! Join over a million students from … Continue reading →