CS Ed Week 

"It's incredible to be able to do outreach virtually despite the COVID-19 pandemic."

- USC RPL Member

"Great project! The project was engaging at the right level with enough variation for students to experiment."

- Googler

CS Ed Week 2021

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Learn about CS education nationally here.
California CS Equity Report here.

The solution: help more teachers teach computer science

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Learn more here about scholarships to join our 2021-2022 cohort of teachers trained to teach a new CS course at their middle or high school 

Resources to create an Hour of Code Activity:

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Code a Dance Party with your friends. Featuring Katy Perry, Madonna, J. Balvin, Sia, Keith Urban, Ciara, and
25 more!

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Celebrate Computer Science Education Week this year with flexible one-hour coding activities that can be completed online with a device, or offline and unplugged.

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A wide range of activities for K-12 learners is available through Code.org. Find the right activity here!

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Students created innovative stories using Google's "An Amazing Discovery" on Scratch 3 .

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Google engineer Prabir Pradhan shows a student how to debug his code.

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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: K12STEM1@usc.edu

Applications open in November 2020 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 in 2021-22. 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!

FAQ

Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code is an organization that provides seven-week summer immersion programs and year long school clubs for young women in high school, in hopes of closing the gender gap in technology.

Girls Who Code Clubs

Girls Who Code is an organization that provides seven-week summer immersion programs and year long school clubs for young women in high school, in hopes of closing the gender gap in technology.