Registration closes on Thursday, February 22nd at 5PM—Register today You don’t have to look very hard to learn how important AP CSP is when it comes to addressing the All in CSforAll, which is why we want to help our Texas AP Computer Science Principles teachers prepare their students for success, both in AP CSP and in their future education and careers. Student success is what the WeTeach_CS CSP Mini-Conference is all about! Don’t miss out on this unique AP CSP workshop, which will provide teachers with knowledge they can immediately put to use in the classroom.
This may be your last chance to register for the WeTeach_CS Certification Prep Face-2-Face coming to Tyler, TX this February 27-28. Registration will close on Tuesday, February 20, 2018. We hope to see you there. Don’t miss out—Register Today!
It may still be February, but this is Texas and you know what that means? Spring is just around the corner! What better time to start you CS certification journey which could end with earning a $1000 stipend through the Certification Incentive Program (CIP). So what are you waiting for? Get prepared. Get certified. Get your stipend.
Know someone who could use a little extra information or encouragement to apply for the 2018-19 Professional Learning Program? To help answer any questions about the program, Hadi Partovi (Code.org Founder) and Brook Osborne (Education Program Manager and one of the creators of our professional learning programs) will be hosting a video chat this Thursday, February 15th.
Google For Education is accepting applications for Educator PD Grants through March 2, 2018.
We asked Texas AP CSP teachers what topics we should cover during this year’s CSP Mini-Conference and the response we received was clear. AP CSP teachers want information and resources they can apply in the classroom to help prepare their students to successfully take the AP CSP exam. So that’s what we’re doing! The 2018 WeTeach_CS CSP Mini-Conference, being held March 1-2, 2018 in Austin, TX, will focus on preparation for both the Performance Task and Multiple-Choice components of the AP CSP exam.