NCWIT is now accepting applications for the 2019 Aspirations in Computing awards. The AiC Awards are divided into three categories: 9th-12th grade women, 9th-12th grade educators, and collegiate women. Let’s make sure the Texas computer science community is well represented! Teachers should encourage young women in CS to apply and then be sure to apply yourself!
Are you an elementary school teacher in the Rio Grande Valley who’s interested in adding computer science activities to your classroom, but needs some help getting started? Then join WeTeach_CS veteran and Code.org facilitator, Gianna Colson on Saturday, September 22nd for a full day of Code.org CS Fundamentals training.
The STEM Center’s Deputy Director, Dr. Carol Fletcher, will join Dr. Kamau Bobb and Lien Diaz of the Constellations Center for Equity in Computing at Georgia Tech on stage during the CSforAll Knowledge Forum 2018 being held on the campus of UT El Paso from September 12-13, 2018.
Whether you are a beginning computer science teacher or an experienced veteran, WeTeach_CS for HS provides all the instruction, materials, and support you need to teach a first year computer science course using three programming platforms: Scratch, Jeroo, and Java.