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Free Indiana Professional Development

CodeHS is partnering with the Indiana Department of Education to host a variety of free professional development events throughout 2024 for Indiana teachers.

Participant Benefits

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CodeHS Pro License*

CodeHS Pro has a full suite of tools to help teachers streamline their workflow and support student growth including access to time-saving grading tools, progress tracking, lesson plans, and more.

*This is available for first-time customers only
Register for Free PD & Pro
In addition to a sponsored CodeHS Pro License, participants will also receive:

Certificate of Participation for PGP Points

Stipend for Completion

(for select events)

Enrollment in a CodeHS PD Membership

Upcoming Indiana PD Events

To be eligible to attend you should either be an elementary teacher, middle school teacher, or high school computer science/STEM teacher. Stipends for completion only apply to the completion of selected events for Indiana educators participating for the first time.

PD Events
AI Basics (for Indiana Teachers) June 3 | 9 - 10:30 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
Teaching IN CS Middle School: 6th - 8th Grade Workshop June 7 | 9 - 11 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
Indiana CSPD Week: Cybersecurity Workshop Jun 10, 2024 - Jun 14, 2024 Indiana University in Bloomington Register
Indiana CSPD Week: Learning ScratchJr with CodeHS June 11 | 9 am -12 pm ET Indiana University in Bloomington Register
Indiana CSPD Week: CodeHS Elementary for K-5 June 11 | 1 - 4 pm ET Indiana University in Bloomington Register
Indiana CSPD Week: Learning Scratch with CodeHS June 12 | 9 am - 12 pm ET Indiana University in Bloomington Register
Indiana CSPD Week: CodeHS Elementary for K-5 June 12 | 1 - 4 pm ET Indiana University in Bloomington Register
Using Chatbots (for Indiana Teachers) June 17 | 9 - 10:30 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
Teaching IN Introduction to CS Workshop June 21 | 9 - 11 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
AI Use Cases (for Indiana Teachers) June 24 | 9 - 10:30 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
Teaching IN Principles of Computing Workshop June 28 | 9 - 11 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
AI in Apps (for Indiana Teachers) July 1 | 9 - 10:30 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
Teaching IN Topics of Computing Workshop July 2 | 9 - 11 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
Lower (K-2) Elementary Workshop (for Indiana Teachers) July 8 | 9 - 11 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
AI Challenges (for Indiana Teachers) July 9 | 9 - 10:30 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
Upper (3-5) Elementary Workshop (for Indiana Teachers) July 11 | 9 - 11 am CT Virtual via Zoom Register
Praxis CS Online Prep Course Ongoing Enrollment | Self-Paced | Online Course Self-Paced Online Course Register
Computer Science Elementary Teaching Methods Online Course Ongoing Enrollment · Self-Paced Online Course Self-Paced Online Course Register
Computer Science MS/HS Teaching Methods Online Course Ongoing Enrollment · Self-paced Online Course Self-Paced Online Course Register
Online Mini PD Courses (5 hours) Ongoing Enrollment · Self-paced Online Course Self-Paced Online Course Register

Overview of PD Events

Coding Bootcamps

Bootcamps are a combination of weekly (mostly optional) meetings and online course work.The approximate time commitment is 3-4 hours per week. After the bootcamp, teachers can continue working through a corresponding online PD course.

2 Hour Virtual Workshops

Workshops help educators level up their coding skills and understanding to teach specific courses.Each workshop is designed to equip teachers with the necessary tools and resources needed to bringthe discussed content to the classroom.

Praxis CS Exam (5652) Prep Course

The Praxis CS exam prep course is a 14-week cohort model where teachers work through the course simultaneously via the CodeHS platform. The course includes live lessons, Q&As, 1:1 support, & networking.

Computer Science Teaching Methods Course

This self-paced, online course explores computer science as a discipline. This 50-hour course focuses on pedagogical theory, effective teaching methods, and instructional strategies to support the teaching of computer science in a variety of settings.

Dawn Small

Elwood Junior Senior High School

Andrew Soultz

Winchester Community High School

Don Prough

Lakeland Jr/Sr High School

Additional Resources