2017-2018 CS Matters in MD AP CSP Teacher Application
Please complete this application if you are interested in receiving training on the CS Matters AP Computer Science Principles (CSP) course, and you intend to teach the course in the 2017-2018 academic year. Our workshops this year will be held at the UMD, College Park.

Workshop Dates:
Kickoff meeting is on Saturday, May 13, 2017.
Summer Workshop occurs from July 17-28 (weekdays only).

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Last Name
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School Name
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County or School System
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Contact Information
School Email Address
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Personal or Secondary Email Address
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Telephone Number 1
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Telephone Number 2
Please specify whether it is home or cell
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School Address
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Teaching Details
Have you taught AP CSP before?
If you have taught AP CSP, but not the CS Matters curriculum, please specify which curriculum you used in the other
How many years have you been teaching?
At all levels: elementary, secondary, post-secondary
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How many years have you been teaching computer science?
Include web design, programming, and all flavors of CS.
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Please list the computer courses that you have taught.
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What other experience with computer science / teaching / STEM or math do you have?
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Are you familiar with the AP Computer Science Principles course?
How likely do you think it is that your school will offer the AP Computer Science course during the 2017-18 school year?
Teachers attending the workshops will be asked to work with their principals to obtain a commitment to offer the course in 2017-18.
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Additional Information
Please let us know if you intend to travel daily or if you would be interested in reserving a hotel room.
Depending on funding availability, we may be able to offer some limited travel stipends. Please indicate if you would be interested in applying for travel funding.
Please feel free to share any other comments or questions
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