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January 2008

 
Teaching Computer Programming in High School

Teaching Computer Programming in High School is a no cost workshop open to any high school teacher who is interested in expanding their ability to effectively teach computer programming in high school.

Teaching Computer Programming in High School is broad enough to accommodate teachers with little or no experience to teachers already teaching in the discipline. This workshop is appropriate for any high school teacher, and four Professional Learning Unit credits will be awarded to those who successfully complete the course.

Stipends …are available for this workshop.  To qualify you must successfully complete the course, be a teacher in a CyberTech high school and be teaching or at some point be planning to teach a technology course or AP Computer Science.

Seating is limited,
please register early.  Classes will be held on campus on three Saturday’s - January 12, February 2, and February 16, 2008. The two online sessions are January 26 and February 9, 2008.  On campus sessions begin at 9 a.m. and end at 4:00 p.m.  For an online application -
Teaching Computer Science in High School Workshop Brochure .

February 2008

Teaching AP Computer Science Workshop

Teaching AP Computer Science is a no cost workshop designed to prepare high school teachers, specifically those who currently teach or will be teaching in the technology or math area to instruct students in programming courses, specifically AP Computer Science. Four Professional Learning Units will be awarded to those who successfully complete the course. This is an advanced workshop and is specifically designed for teachers who have a complete background in math and technology skills.  It is not recommended for those without these qualifications.

Teaching AP Computer Science will utilize a combination of on-line and in-person sessions. The workshop will be taught by an AP Certified College Board AP Consultant.

Stipends   are available for this workshop.  To qualify you must successfully complete the course, be a teacher in a CyberTech high school and be teaching or planning to teach a technology course or AP Computer Science.

Seating is limited, please register early.  Classes will be held on campus on two Saturday’s - February 23, 2008 and April 26, 2008. The three online sessions are March 8, March 29, and April 12.  On campus sessions begin at 9 a.m. and end at 4:00 p.m.  For an online application - AP Computer Science Workshop Brochure .


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