About Computer Science
Participate in a professional learning community as a leader in Computer Science education. Your expertise can range from being a computer science teacher/expert to someone wanting to learn more about computer science and how it supports all K-12 content. Current practices, programs, and needs will be discussed while we deepen our knowledge of computational thinking and build resources to support one another.
Participants can come to one or all of the meetings but must be present for a minimum of three hours to receive clock hours. Seventeen STEM clock hours are available.
Who Should Come:
Anyone with an interest in computer science and computational thinking. Teachers, TOSAs, principals, club advisors, etc…
- Collaborate with colleagues about your districts’ computer science program.
- Understand and build upon the Washington State vision for Computer Science education.
- Participate in shared learning about Computational Thinking in the K-12 classroom.
Dates: October 9, 2018, January 8, March 12, and May 21, 2019
Times/Location: October 9 & May 12: 1:00 – 3:30 pm | January 8 & March 12: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm. All sessions are at the NWESD