John Owen and the WeTeach_CS Team are bringing our latest professional development experience, How WeTeach_CS for High School, to San Antonio on July 11-12, 2018. If you’re new to teaching CS or are just looking for some new ideas, this is the workshop for you! Register Today!


About the Workshop

How WeTeach_CS for High School is a two-day workshop that starts with an overview tour of an entire first-year computer science course and then dives deeper into the WeTeah_CS for HS curriculum. Emphasis is placed on teachers experiencing the lessons, labs, and projects with expert instruction. Performing key tasks as a student helps teachers understand the computational thinking skills that must be encouraged in their students and having best practices modeled reinforces teachers’ own pedagogy. The How to Teach High School CS workshop is a powerful tool for any teacher seeking to build an effective and inclusive computer science program.


About the Curriculum

The WeTeach_CS for HS curriculum will guide new computer science teachers through the challenges of a first-year computer science course at the high school level. The course uses three programming platforms, Scratch, Jeroo, and Java, to progressively develop students through more challenging content. The curriculum provides more than enough lessons, labs, projects, and assessments (both formative and summative) for a typical school year of approximately 160 instructional days and includes extra materials to challenge accelerated students. Additionally, the teacher has access to videos, discussion boards, online professional support, and virtual office hours with the course developers to provide them with the tools they need to master the curriculum and content. WeTeach_CS for HS is a comprehensive curriculum designed to support new computer science teachers establishing an entire CS program within their school, starting at the ground level.



  • When – July 11-12, 2018
  • Where – Region 20 ESC, Maples Conference Center, 1314 Hines, San Antonio, TX 78208
  • Cost – $200 per participant
  • Registration Deadline – July 4, 2018
  • CPE credit – 14 hours

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Concerned about travel and accommodations costs?

Participants may be eligible for accommodations and travel reimbursements from the UT STEM Center. See registration page for details.


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