How USC K-12 STEM Center can help teachers during CS Ed Week
Learn more about the state of Computer Science Education here!
- CoderZ Coding Competition at USC on Saturday, 12/7 – learn more here.
- Connect your K-12 class with a USC Viterbi student who is majoring in CS. In a virtual session, USC Viterbi students will share their love of coding, talk about majoring in CS, and encourage the K-12 students to get the most out of Hour of Code.
- TEACHERS: REGISTER HERE BY 11/20.
- USC STUDENTS: VOLUNTEER HERE BY 11/20.
- Additionally, the USC student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers will present their annual Goldiblocks give-away to an elementary and a middle school.
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A wide range of activities for K-12 learners is available through Code.org. Find the right activity here!
Students created innovative stories using Google's "An Amazing Discovery" on Scratch 3 .
Google engineer Prabir Pradhan shows a student how to debug his code.
Google engineer Scott Wu (right) and USC students on a virtual call to schools.
Teacher Trainings from USC and Code.org
Elementary school teachers are invited to a Saturday professional training on the Code.org Computer Science Fundamentals course, sponsored by Code.org and USC Viterbi – and we can book the workshop at or near your school! Contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications open in October 2019 for middle and high school teachers for a full scholarship to Code.org’s nine-day training sequence to bring Computer Science Discoveries and Computer Science Principles (including the AP version) to schools next year. This training begins with a 5-day Summer Immersion workshop followed by Quarterly Saturday workshops through the implementation year.
Read About Past Code Dojos
Learn more about how USC K-12 STEM Center supports CS Education here!