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Prior Workshops

  • The 2017 EarShetch workshop for secondary students and teachers was held August 2-4, 2017. Computer Science Principles via Music using EarSketch introduces the seven “big ideas” in the AP Computer Science Principles curriculum
  • Two week-long sessions of the GenCyber workshop were held for secondary educators June 2017. The GenCyber workshop enables participants to understand security procedures, practices, and threats regardless of their knowledge level in IT/CS.
  • The September 23, 2016 Computing by Design workshop assists professional school counselors, administrators, and teachers nationwide with information and resources to guide moreand more kinds of — students to explore computing education and careers.
  • The June 21-24, 2016 Computer Science Principles via Music, Art and Poetry using EarSketch and Processing to introduce the seven “big ideas” in the AP Computer Science Principles curriculum to high school teachers.
  • The July 14-15, 2016 Computer Science Principles via Music using EarSketch to introduce the seven “big ideas” in the AP Computer Science Principles curriculum to high school students.
  • Want to learn how to code, build your own mobile app or just hone your technology skills? The College of Innovation and Design and the Department of Computer Science are offering a “summer of technology,” bringing together students, industry professionals and anyone who thinks the summer is a perfect time to learn something new.  Check out the details for the “Summer Coding Classes” on the left panel.
  • The June 17-19, 2015 Mobile Computer Science Principles (MCSP) workshop uses mobile apps to introduce the seven “big ideas” in the AP Computer Science Principles curriculum to high school teachers.
  • The June 23-24, 2015 Coding is Cool – Level 1 workshop introduces computer science and coding to high school students using mobile apps.
  • The June 25-26, 2015 Coding is Cool – Level 2 workshop introduces computer science and coding to high school students using Hybrid Art with Processing and Finch Robot.