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!
That’s why we’re extending the window for submitting proposals to March 31, 2017. So you now’s your opportunity to check out the guidelines below, make your plans, and submit a session proposal.
- Presentations may be aimed at any K-12 grade(s)
- Presentations may be intended for Teachers or Leadership/Administrators
As you submit your proposal please keep the following in mind:
- Sessions will be 1 hour in length
- Wifi internet access will be available for you and participants
- Participants will be asked to bring their own devices, please specify in your description if your session is device specific
Interactive and engaging proposals of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Cloud-based computing
- Equity and inclusion
- School counselors and computer science
- Classroom resources
- Block-based coding
- Text-based coding
- Computational Thinking (CT)
- Integration of computer science into other subjects
- Submissions open – Now!
- Submissions close – March 31, 2017
- WeTeach_CS Summit dates – June 5-7, 2017
- Location – Austin, TX (UT Austin Pickle Research Campus)
- Questions? – Contact Amy Werst (email@example.com)