Teacher Workshops

Seventh Stevens Workshop on Middle and High School Computer Science!

The Department of Computer Science at Stevens Institute of Technology regularly hosts the Stevens Workshop on Middle and High School Computer Science. The intended audience for the workshop is educators and students interested in:

  • Computer Science
  • Software Development
  • Information Systems
  • Security and Privacy
  • Web Programming
  • Mobile Apps

The next workshop will be on Monday, January 28, 2013. The keynote speaker will be Fran Trees, Founding Member and Chapter Liaison, Computer Science Teacher's Association (CSTA).

Students and teachers of computer science in middle and high school are welcome. Students should be accompanied by a teacher. To avoid overcrowding, we request no more than four (4) students per teacher, and no more than eight (8) students per school. Please contact us if you would like to bring more students than these limits allow. Middle as well as high school students are welcome.

Registration is now closed. If you are registered, please read information for attendees.

Workshop Agenda
  Teacher Track Student Track
8:30-9:00am Continental breakfast (Bissinger Room, Howe 4th floor).
9:00-9:45am Keynote: Fran Trees, CSTA and Rutgers University
Computer Science is Critical: Are We “Running on Empty?”
9:45-10:00am Coffee break
10:00am-noon Panel Discussion: CS Pedagogy and Policy in K-12
Fielding Room, Howe 3rd floor

Daryl Detrick, CSTA
Beth McGrath, CIESE (Moderating)
Sarah Miller, NSF
Don Slater, CMU
Fran Trees, CSTA
CS Demos &
Hands-On Activities
Bissinger Room, Howe 4th floor
12:00-1:00pm Lunch (Bissinger Room).

"CS10K Project: Transforming High School Computing for the 21st Century," Jan Cuny, NSF. This was the keynote talk from the 2012 workshop.

This was a talk given by Daryl Detrick of Central NJ CSTA at the panel session. (PPT)

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