RUSMP has been selected by Code.org to be a local hub for Code.org professional learning and computer science (CS) education for K-12 teachers to expand pre-college students' access to CS. Code.org is a national nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to CS and, in particular, to increasing the participation of women and underrepresented ethnic minority students in CS. Additional funding for RUSMP CS programs has been generously provided by WeTeach_CS Collaborative and Schlumberger.
RUSMP WeTeach_CS Collaborative (Spring - Summer 2017)
The Rice University School Mathematics Project (RUSMP), in collaboration with WeTeach_CS at UT Austin and Code.org, is supporting a cohort of secondary CS Houston ISD teachers during the Spring and Summer of 2017. (more...)
2017-2018 Computer Science Professional Learning Programs (We are no longer accepting applications for these programs.)
Schlumberger Code.org Computer Science in Algebra Program [ information ]
Schlumberger Code.org Computer Science in Science Program [ information ]
Code.org Computer Science Discoveries Program: [ information ]
Code.org AP Computer Science Principles Program: [ information ]
Code.org Resources for Elementary School Teachers
Code.org K-5 courses blend online, self-guided, and self-paced tutorials with “unplugged” activities that require no computer at all! To help teachers implement Code.org's free curriculum for grades K-5, Code.org offers high-quality, 1-day workshops for educators and content-area teachers. To find and register for a local workshop, visit https://code.org/professional-development-workshops and type in the city you reside in.
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