The CS4ALL team announces its upcoming computer science education professional development opportunities for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 school years.
The following was shared with NYC DOE principals and hundreds of educators. We would appreciate your help in spreading the word.
The New York City Department of Education’s CS4ALL team announces its upcoming computer science education professional development opportunities for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 school years.
If you participated in Computer Science Education Week last week, this is a great way to take the next step in providing computer science education in your school. Teachers of all grade levels, skill levels, and subject areas are encouraged to register to attend CS4ALL opportunities throughout 2017 and/or apply for semester-long and year-long programs for the 2017-18 school year.
About Our Offerings
Intensive CS4ALL program offerings include the Software Engineering Program Jr. (SEPjr), a year-long program for elementary schools, twoAdvanced Placement Computer Science Principles (AP CSP) programs, and more. These programs are available by application only.
Multi-day opportunities for novice and experienced teachers and everyone in between include the CS Track at the STEM Institute, workshops offered through the Field Support Centers and partner organizations across all five boroughs throughout the spring. Registration is now open and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
One-day opportunities for teachers new to computer science education include workshops offered throughout the spring that will allow teachers to get their feet wet by exploring introductory topics. Registration is now open.
Teachers and schools that have not yet participated in CS4ALL are strongly encouraged to register and/or apply. Per session or per diem are offered for most opportunities. Please share these opportunities far and wide with your colleagues and friends to help us reach the goal of providing meaningful, high‐quality computer science education at each school level by 2025.