Austin Achieve Public Schools, a tuition-free, open-enrollment public charter school located on the east side of Austin, Texas, is looking to hire a High School Computer Science teacher to join their faculty for the 2018-19 school year.
The Experience Programming in Quorum (EPIQ) conference is an international professional development workshop for educators to learn the skills necessary to teach students Computer Science Principles using the Quorum programming language. EPIQ was started in 2010 as part of a National Science Foundation funded project (CNS-0940521). Multiple tracks will be available to help teachers learn from any experience level in computer science, programming, or computer science principles.
The STEM Center at The University of Texas at Austin is excited to announce that our first week long WeTeach_CyberSecurity GenCyber Summer Camp for high school teachers will be held at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) in Austin from June 11-15, 2018. The camp will provide an opportunity for teachers to deepen their understanding of the field of cybersecurity, its importance in this day and age, and how it represents a great opportunity for kids interested in high tech careers. Teachers who attend will receive training in a number of areas related to cybersecurity that they can take back to the classroom.
Registration is now open! The 2018 WeTeach_CS Summit (June 18-20) is a 3-day event which educates, empowers, and inspires K-12 CS teachers, advocates, administrators, professional development providers, university instructors, and policy-makers to advance the goal of CS for All in Texas and beyond. This year’s Summit will be held on the shores of the San Gabriel River at the Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center in Georgetown, TX, just outside of Austin. Approximately 450 CS champions will be in attendance.
Registration for Argument-Driven Engineering & Argument-Driven Mathematics by UT STEM Center extended to Wednesday, April 4
The registration window for the Argument-Driven Engineering and Argument-Driven Mathematics workshops by the UT STEM Center has been extended to Wednesday, April 4, 2018, in order to allow more teachers to register for these previously exclusive, Texas Regional Collaboratives (TRC) workshops.