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CS Summer Workshops for High School Students

Due the to great demand for the 2014 Coding is Cool workshop, the BSU Concurrent Enrollment Program and the BSU Computer Science Department, College of Engineering are please to offer two “Coding is Cool” workshops in June 23-24 & June … (Read More) CS Summer Workshops for High School Students

Computer Science Teacher Endorsement Approved

The Computer Science Teacher Endorsement has been approved for the Fall 2015.  This approval creates a “Graduate Certificate” for teachers who wish to obtain an SBOE/OSBE endorsement to teach Computer Science in Idaho High Schools. The Boise State University endorsement requires the … (Read More) Computer Science Teacher Endorsement Approved

Hackfort Education Panel Video – March 2015

Hackfort 2 held discussions on tech and creative cultures of Boise with three days of TED-style talks, panels, demos, presentations, product launches and workshops to explore the intersection of technology within music, education and civic life. Hackfort events took place March … (Read More) Hackfort Education Panel Video – March 2015

Hour of Code – IDoCode

As part of CS Ed Week, many of the IDoCode scholarship recipients hosted “Hour of Code” activities in their schools.  There efforts helped to bring this wonderful learning activity to over 1250 students from 8 schools: Skyview High, IDEA, Rivervue … (Read More) Hour of Code – IDoCode

Boise State CS Participates in 2014 CS Ed Week

See how Boise State CS Participates in 2014 CS Ed Week held December 8-14. (Read More) Boise State CS Participates in 2014 CS Ed Week

State Board approves CS qualified as Math/Science credits for graduation

In 2014, the State Board of Education and House Education Committee approved a rule change which allows students to take dual credit computer science or AP computer science as a math or science credit versus being counted as electives – … (Read More) State Board approves CS qualified as Math/Science credits for graduation