Teachers have the power to change the world one student at a time. This is why it’s so important to make sure every student is reached and allowed to develop their full potential. During this course, Strategies for Effective and Inclusive CS Teaching, teachers will gain the insight, skills, and strategies to create equitable computer science programs, inside and out of the traditional classroom, as a stepping stone to achieving social justice.
This facilitated course begins on Monday, March 19, 2018. So don’t wait—Enroll Today!
Kate Woodward Young, course instructor, introduces this course and lets you know why creating an equitable computer science program in your school is so important and how this unique course will help you do just that.
- Format – Facilitated
- Course Begins – March 19, 2018
- Time/Duration – 4 hours per week for 6 weeks
- CPE Credit – 24 hours
- Cost – $149
About the Instructor
Kate Woodward Young
Kate holds a Masters in Instructional Technology with an emphasis on non-traditional programming options. In 1999, Kate authored the first Girl Scout software skills curriculum to give the girls “The Edge” today and tomorrow. She started teaching robotics and coaching all girls teams in 2000. Kate’s outreach has been diverse encompassing rural, suburban and urban communities throughout Texas and nationally with a strong cross-cultural component especially working in the Latina, African American, as well as in gender specific and the LGBTQ communities.
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