Engaged and Static learning are both widely-known theories in education; they each have pros and cons when implemented in classrooms. When choosing a theory to implement computer science curriculum, you must consider how you hope to engage students and prepare them for a potential career in technology. Learn how in our webinar on demand!
According to Google’s 2016 report on the Trends in the State of Computer Science, 84% of parents believe computer science is just as important as core subjects, like math, history, and English. As a result, many parents want to enroll their children in schools that offer computer science programs. Join us to learn other ways computer science can be used as a competitive advantage for your students, school, and community.
The digital world presents new opportunities and challenges for students. As a result, it is important to talk about the characteristics of a good digital citizen. In this webinar, we will discuss three specific ways to bring digital citizenship conversations into the classroom.
You have spent time strategically choosing your computer science curriculum. Now, you have to implement it! Implementation may seem daunting, but you do not have to do it alone. We have compiled the top tips we have learned from conversations with educators, administrators, and curriculum developers, and we are going to share them with you!
When building a computer science curriculum, many educators begin with the end in mind by discussing learning outcomes. Project-based learning is a great way to lead to stronger outcomes and engage students, especially when it comes to Computer Science. In this webinar, we discuss the 4 key elements of a project-based computer science curriculum and how you can use them in your school or district.