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6 Activities to Promote Computer Science Education

Since 2013, Computer Science Education Week has been held during the second week of December. This week is designed to make students and teachers more aware of computer science and the importance of building computing skills at an early age. While enrolling all students in regular coding and other computer science classes may be the…  learn more

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Best Cybersecurity Lessons and Activities for K-12 Education

Cybersecurity lessons and activities for K-12. The following cybersecurity lessons, games, and activities cover a wide range of topics and grade levels, and can be implemented in general instruction classes as well as dedicated computer science courses. Nearly all are free, with some requiring a free educator registration.  learn more

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Coding in Minecraft

'Coding in Minecraft' is a computer science credential program with supporting curriculum, delivered through Minecraft Education and hosted on Azure. The pathway comprises four courses that immerse students in a Minecraft world to develop and prove their coding skills using MakeCode and JavaScript or Python.  learn more

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Computer Science Lesson Plans

Computer science lesson plans are crucial for educators to inspire and educate students on technology, coding, and digital literacy. In today’s world, where computers are increasingly relevant, teachers must introduce various aspects of computer science to prepare students for a rapidly evolving technological landscape. Luckily, there are many types of computer lesson plan available for…  learn more

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Computer Science Teachers Association

The Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) understands that teaching computer science is hard. That’s why our dedicated team and teacher-led Board of Directors has focused on creating a strong environment to support K–12 educators.  We’re proud to have created a community that: Is led by K-12 computer science teachers, and puts teacher needs at the…  learn more

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CS First: Teach Computer Science & Coding to Kids

A computer science curriculum that makes coding easy to teach and fun to learn. A curriculum for every classroom. Students learn through video-based lessons, with different themes like sports, art, and game design.  learn more

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Welcome to my YouTube channel! My Name is Marvin G. Fuller. I am taking some of the knowledge and skills I learned while earning my doctorate along with over 25 years of experience teaching STEM concepts to make videos to help teachers increase the use of complex problems. Problem-solving skills are critical for success in…  learn more

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Push to teach computer science in classrooms

This news report by CBS News includes an overview of what happens in the classroom and how kids are engaged.  learn more

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GCSE, KS3 & A-Level Computer Science Resources Comprehensive GCSE, KS3 & A-Level Computer Computer Science teaching resources for teaching students Aged 11-18. In short: everything you need to teach GCSE, KS3 & A-Level Computer Science: Condensed revision notes Exam question booklets Mind maps Interactive quizzes PowerPoint presentations Flashcards  learn more

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WHAT IS TACC?  The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) designs and operates some of the world's most powerful computing resources. The center's mission is to enable discoveries that advance science and society through the application of advanced computing technologies.  K-12 OUTREACH  learn more

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YouCubed Data Science

Our main goal is to inspire, educate and empower teachers of mathematics, transforming the latest research on maths learning into accessible and practical forms. Mathematics is often the reason that students leave STEM, particularly girls and some students of color. We aim to change this by communicating the sources of maths inequality in the US…  learn more