Teacher Professional Development
Applying Computer Science Fundamentals to Specific Course Subjects
Apply fundamentals of computer science into subjects like ELA/social studies/history, arts, math, and science. This workshop delves deeper into a specific discipline. For teachers in grades K-12. Six-hour workshop.
IT-oLogy provides training on a wide variety of topics. You’ll learn to use cool and inexpensive tools to enhance your students programming, coding, design, creativity and more! Choose from any of these topics.
IT-oLogy offers participating schools a dynamic professional development experience for teachers while also building a strong support network of teachers across the state. The professional development model is designed for teachers to gain hands-on experience with projects and technology that provide new, innovative ways to engage students.
Middle School Professional Development
For the STEM EDA curriculum, each participating middle school will send a team, or cohort, of teachers to a STEM EDA Professional Development Workshop. Each cohort should be comprised of four or five teachers representing math, science, and ELA disciplines and one administrator. A team approach helps ensure successful implementation by creating a built-in support network that represents multiple disciplines and grade levels within a school.
High School Professional Development
For high school curricula, participating high schools will select professional development workshops specifically designed for each course of interest. For example, curricular threads include Cyber (Cyber Literacy I/II and Cyber Science), Cyber Society, Physics, Advanced Math for Engineering & Science, and Computer Science. We recommend that participating high schools send a team of teachers to attend multiple threads. This approach allows the high school to take full advantage of the integrated curriculum and its complimentary nature.
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