CS at SXSWedu – Cracking the Code: K-12 Computer Science Education

CS at SXSWedu – Cracking the Code: K-12 Computer Science Education

Attending SXSWedu? Be sure to check out the panel session Cracking the Code: K-12 Computer Science Education, hosted by Oracle Academy. Our own Carol Fletcher will be discussing how to increase CS education in the K-12 classroom along with other CS education experts....
Submit your proposals! WeTeach_CS Summit 2017

Submit your proposals! WeTeach_CS Summit 2017

It’s now March and you know what that means? You only have until the end of the month to submit your session proposal for the 2017 WeTeach_CS Summit! (All proposals are due March 31, 2017.) 2016’s inaugural WeTeach_CS Summit was a great success and much of the...
Share your knowledge and experience with your fellow CS teachers!

Share your knowledge and experience with your fellow CS teachers!

The 2016 WeTeach_CS Summit featured speakers such as Colleen Lewis of Harvey Mudd College and Chris Stephenson of Google, but most of the 56 sessions at the Summit were by CS teachers such as Regan White of Whitesboro High School and Ryan Torbey of Harmony School of Science – Austin. These presenters all had something to share with their fellow CS teachers and we know you do too!

WeTeach_CS Summit 2017 Call for Proposals

WeTeach_CS Summit 2017 Call for Proposals

Presentation proposals for the WeTeach_CS Summit to be held June 5-7, 2017 in Austin, TX are now being accepted. 2016’s inaugural WeTeach_CS Summit featured 56 breakout sessions on a variety of CS and related topics. Based on the positive feedback we received, we’re hoping to offer even more sessions for 2017!

WeTeach_CS wishes you a very #CSforAll 2017!

WeTeach_CS wishes you a very #CSforAll 2017!

2016 was a huge year for WeTeach_CS and with 2017 promising to be even bigger, you’re not going to want to miss a thing. So we’re asking everyone to make a resolution to stay in touch with WeTeach_CS by subscribing to the WeTeach_CS blog, following us on Twitter (@weteachcs), and liking WeTeach_CS on Facebook.

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