Built to empower teachers, new or experienced, with the skills, pedagogical knowledge, and confidence to start teaching computer science.
Flexible Learning, Anytime Anywhere
Certificate of Completion
For New or Experienced CS Teachers
Free for Any Computer Science Teacher
These free PD workshops are designed for new or experienced computer science teachers and will be hosted on Zoom if noted as Virtual. We may host some in-person events this summer. Please check back soon for more information!
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"Unleashing" the Karel the Dog Coding Challenges
Run by John Wilson
August 17 & 18; 5pm - 5:45pm ET
August 17 & 18; 5pm - 5:45pm ETRegister now
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For 2021, CodeHS will be running various types of workshops.
If you have never used CodeHS and want to learn more about how it can help you to teach Computer Science, we recommend the New CS Teacher Workshop.
If you have used CodeHS, but just want to have a deeper dive into all of the CodeHS teaching tools, we recommend the Experienced CS Teacher Workshop.
If you know exactly which course(s) you’ll be teaching for the 2021-22 school year, we recommend that you join that course-specific workshop. These workshops take a deeper dive into actual course content and do not focus on the CodeHS platform itself as much.
No, although having one already will make it easier for you to jump right in to the PD! You can create an account by going to https://codehs.com/signup/teacher. If you don’t have time to create one beforehand, there will be time during the PD to set up an account.
No, teachers can sign up free of charge! You even have access to all of our curriculum for free so you can use right away with your students.
This PD is designed for teachers of all levels of experience. Whether you are brand new to teaching or have been in the classroom for 20 years, this PD will provide you with teaching strategies, content, and resources that will help you refine and strengthen your teaching practice.
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