This program is designed to instruct teachers in cybersecurity in support of the GenCyber principles and Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). The camp is designed to introduce, develop, and reinforce skill-sets of computer science and information technology in Kindergarten to Grade 12 teachers, specifically in cybersecurity topics. This includes the GenCyber teacher program overview concepts. All Texas Teachers are encouraged to attend to learn how to incorporate Cybersecurity into their curriculum!
You’ve heard of the Hour of Code? Well, how about a Summer of Code! The K12 Outreach program of the Johnson School of Engineering and Computer Science at UT Dallas, is hosting 100+ coding camps over 11 weeks this summer.
What do you do when a breakout session just isn’t enough, but you don’t have time for a full-on workshop? You take a deep dive, of course!
My Brother’s Keeper Coding Makerspace will be holding a student showcase on Saturday, May 13th from 1-4PM at the Carver Museum in Austin, TX. Coding Makerspace participants will demonstrate the Web VR projects they’ve been working on the during past few months. The program, run by Changing Expectations, is designed to encourage boys and young men of color to get involved in computer science and coding in order to foster an inclusive computing culture.
The semester’s almost over, so now’s the time to start making your summer professional development plans. To help you up your game for your return to the classroom, WeTeach_CS has a full calendar of evets lined up from June through August. But just like triple-digit afternoons, the regisgtration deadlines for these events will be here before you know it–so don’t miss out. Find your workshop and register today!