Computer Science Principles Training - Summer 2020
Computing Science Principles (CSP) is a modern and exciting curriculum that provides 21st century skills, boasts broad interest to a diverse group of students, and flexibility in pedagogical approaches. CSP can be taught in a variety of classroom learning environment and does not require a specific programming language, but allows the teacher, or student, to choose. While flexibility can be exciting and empowering, it can also be overwhelming when deciding how CSP fits at your school and in your classroom.
Our approach supports varied technology and programming comfort-level. Our workshop is lead by experienced computer science and CSP educators who will guide you through the curriculum and approaches to teaching it. You will learn the motivations behind CSP, its practical applications, and build your confidence in teaching computing science with this future-focused curriculum. You will learn from educators who have taught this curriculum to ensure you get your questions answered.
Though originally planned as two face-to-face events in Vancouver and Toronto, CSP Training will be moving to an online event this year due to COVID-19. If you had previously registered for a session, please select the city below that aligned with your enrolment. If you are a new registrant, please select the city that is closest to your location. This event will be virtual. Connection details will be sent one-week prior to the event.
The Federal Government is teaming up with the College Board and CodeTrain, to pay 100% of the costs for AP Computer Science Principles training in Canada. The $50USD fee below is a commitment fee that will reserve your spot in this exciting training event. The total value will be refunded upon your completion of the workshop.