A week of Computer Science PD geared towards middle and introductory high school computer science teachers.

Workshops can accommodate up to 25 participants and registration is first-come, first served. A waitlist will be available.

  • June 18 - 22, 2018
  • July 30 - August 3, 2018

This professional development is funded by a Google CS Educator PD Grant. Participants will be eligible for a limited stipend to cover some travel expenses, parking and meals.


Let’s take a look into human computer interaction and the societal impacts of computing. We will analyze the role computer science and computing devices play in every day life, as well as take a look inside how these devices work.

Learn how to "Think Like a Computer" as you solve computational problems through engaging, interactive activities. We will simulate a computer science classroom as we learn about problem solving, algorithms, data analysis and more!

MIT's block-based programming platform, Scratch is the #1 tool for teaching introductory programming and coding! With its "low floor" and "high ceiling", Scratch can be used to create animations, interactive games, slideshows and more!

Learn how computers can control hardware by programing robots. Using a visual programming language, we will learn to not only drive a robot, but also learn to program them to interact with their surroundings using a variety of sensors.

Did you know that every website on the internet is built on a foundation of HTML and CSS? We will learn how to use these two languages to create web pages.


Complete the form below to register for workshops individually or for the entire series.

Registration Form


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