Self-Paced Workshop: Computational Thinking for High School

Self-Paced Workshop: Computational Thinking for High School

March 1 — 31
Virtual Event

Free, asynchronous professional development for 9th - 12th grade teachers!

Computational Thinking

Hosted by:

Hosted by
CYBER.ORG

When:

March 1 — 31, 8:00am - 5:00pm

Where:

Available online only.
See description for details.

Intro Text

CYBER.ORG’s computational thinking resources empower students to use computational thinking skills and practices to create computational artifacts in computer science, math, science, and the humanities. Each lesson integrates computational thinking skills (decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction, and algorithm design) with design processes through problem-based projects.

Join the CYBER.ORG team to learn how to incorporate computational thinking skills into either core subject areas or a separate, full-year course. Participants will receive professional development credit upon completion of all self-paced modules.

This workshop is funded through a grant from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. Due to grant funding restrictions, this workshop is only open to K-12 educators in the US.

Note that workshop times are listed in Central Standard Time.