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Workshops

CS Fundamentals Intro (K-5)

New to teaching computer science? No worries! Most of our teachers have never taught computer science before. Join local teachers for inspiring and hands-on support to implement computer science in your classroom. We offer high-quality, one-day Code.org workshops for individual teachers or for school-wide PD.


CS Fundamentals Deep Dive (K-5)

The Deep Dive is designed for elementary educators who have started teaching CS Fundamentals but want to understand more deeply. Code.org’s approach to teaching CS and need strategies to fully implement the curriculum. Developed with code.org’s professional learning values in mind, the 7-hour Deep Dive workshop provides teachers with a hands-on learning experience with other like-minded teachers.


Apple: Get Started with Code Workshops (K-5)

Coding is an essential skill that teaches problem solving, develops teamwork and inspires creativity. In conjunction with CodeWV, join Apple for a two-day professional learning virtual workshop to learn how to introduce students to coding with an iPad and Apple’s free Everyone Can Code curriculum. If you’re interested in teaching coding concepts in the early grades, this workshop is a great way to get started.


CS Discoveries (6-10)

This workshop focuses on curriculum that will help empower students to create authentic artifacts and engage with computer science as a medium for creativity, communication, problem solving and fun. The coursework can be taught as a semester or a full-year offering. Complete the 5-day summer program, along with 4 follow up sessions in your region (on Saturdays), with continued professional development and resources.


CS Principles (9-12)

This workshop focuses on curriculum that will introduce students to the foundational concepts of computer science while challenging them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world. The coursework can be taught as an AP®course. Complete the 5-day summer program, along with 4 follow up sessions in your region (on Saturdays), with continued professional development and resources.