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We offer Code.org's K-12 Computer Science Professional Learning to Nebraska Teachers!

If you've ever wanted to teach computer science, Code.org's professional learning programs are an ideal place to begin!

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    New to computer science? No worries!

    NO CS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
    With Code.org's comprehensive CS curricula, teaching platform (CodeStudio), lesson plans, instructional materials, hands-on training run by our Code.org certified & trained facilitators, and ongoing community support, if you didn't have any background knowledge of computer technology, computer science, whatever the case may be, you can successfully teach these courses!

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    No background or experience in computer science is required to get started.

    If you've ever wanted to teach computer science, Code.org's professional learning program is an ideal place to begin.

    If you didn't have any background knowledge of computer technology, computer science, whatever the case may be, you can successfully teach these courses.

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    CS Fundamentals: K-5 Computer Science Courses

    CSF curriculum includes eight courses for different levels and needs.
    Our training has been tailored to meet our local needs (more in depth than the standard CSF intro training) and is offered virtually or in person. Contact us if you would like us to schedule CSF workshops in your region.
    Professional Learning for Elementary School (k-5)
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    CS Discoveries: Computer Science Course for Middle School

    CS Discoveries is a year-long computer science course that covers many socially impactful areas of computer science such as hardware, how computers work, web development, programming apps and video games, data and society, etc.
    Teachers start this course with a 5-day intensive kickoff in summer and as they begin to teach it, there are more follow-up workshops throughout the school year. Teachers have opportunities to experience the lessons and network with each other.
    Professional Learning for Middle-High School (6-12)
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    CS Principles: Computer Science Course for Hgh School

    Teachers start this course with a 5-day intensive kickoff in summer and as they begin to teach it, there are more follow-up workshops throughout the school year. Teachers have opportunities to experience the lessons and network with each other.
    Code.org's CS Principles curriculum and professional learning are backed by research and pedagogy and endorsed by the College Board.
    Professional Learning for Middle-High School (6-12)
    • 509 teachers from 232 schools out of 1,998 K-12 schools across Nebraska have participated in our elementary, middle and high school programs since our program launches.
    • In the past year, a total of 788 out of 1,998 K-12 schools across Nebraska have been active on Code.org.
    • Our middle and high school PDs have been focusing on schools in rural areas. 59% of the participants in our MS and HS PDs (MS 56% & HS 63%) are from the schools in the Town or Rural areas. 97% of our middle and high school PD participants are White, but we are aiming to diversify our teacher workforce.

    509 teachers from 232 schools have participated in our Code.org professional learning!

    Since our first launch in the summer of 2018, 509 teachers from 232 out of 1,998 K-12 schools across Nebraska have participated in our elementary, middle and high school programs.
    In the past year, a total of 788 out of 1,998 K-12 schools across Nebraska have been active on Code.org.
    Our middle and high school PDs have been focusing on schools in rural areas. 59% of the participants in our MS and HS PDs (MS 56% and HS 63%) are from the schools in the Town or Rural areas.
    97% of our middle and high school PD participants are White, but we are aiming to diversity our teacher workforce.
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