App Inventor and Computer Science Principles Professional Development Workshop
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June 26-June 30, 2017
10 am - 3 pm
University of San Francisco
High School and Middle School Teachers, we are offering a free professional development workshop this summer, led by Master Teacher Tom Clifford of Carmel High School along with
Professors David Wolber (
) and Alark Joshi of USF, who run USF’s Democratize Computing Lab.
The Workshop will focus on programming with App Inventor along with computer science fundamentals. App Inventor is a visual blocks language that is highly accessible to beginners and fun-- you get to build apps for phones and tablets! If you are interested in bringing coding and computer science into your classroom, App Inventor is a great way to learn and a great way to teach.
High School Teachers:
The n-person workshop, held June 26-June 30, will introduce the Mobile Computer Science Principles (CSP) curriculum. A 3-week online follow-up course, July 3-July 21 will be available for you and will include support from the instructors. Stipends are available if you complete the 4 weeks and get principal approval for teaching a Mobile CSP course in the 2017-18 academic year.
Middle School Teachers: We will provide breakout sessions for middle-school specific lessons and discussions. Please see this link to see what some San Francisco middle schools have piloted this year:
Please apply below. If you have questions, please contact Professor David Wolber (
Priority deadline: April 30, 2017.
School (include location)
Grade Levels Taught
Brief description of your computer science teaching experience and coding experience(none is required!)
Your plans for teaching computer science/coding next year
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