Will you, or a teacher you know, teach computer science next year?
Code.org is now offering admission into its Professional Learning Program on computer science (CS). The intensive, year-long training prepares educators to teach CS Discoveries (for middle school) or CS Principles (for high school).
Designed for computer science veterans or beginners, this training will help you:
Last April, Battelle Education earned status as a regional partner with Code.org. As a partner, 60 spots – 40 for CS Principles and 20 for CS Discoveries – will be offered to Ohio teachers through Battelle and the Ohio STEM Learning Network.
|Download CS Discoveries flyer|
|Download CS Principles flyer|
Over the course of the training, you’ll dive into computer science. You’ll explore CS curriculum and tools, experiment with specific teaching strategies, and join a local community of teachers.
|Requirements for participants|
|Attend the five-day, in-person summer workshop (dates and locations listed below)|
|Attend four local one-day, in-person workshops (normally on Saturdays)|
|Complete 20 hours of online professional development|
|Teach the course during the 2017-18 school year|
|Support the recruitment and enrollment of a diverse group of students in the course, representative of the school’s overall student population|
This training is offered to teachers and schools at no cost by Code.org.
|Apply for CS Discoveries (middle school)||Apply for CS Principles (high school)|
If you’d like to share this opportunity with an educator, you can nominate them for this training here at www.osln.org/code. They’ll immediately receive a link to this information, along with a note letting them know you thought it would be a good fit.
Summer workshop dates: