CS Principles Virtual Summer Workshop

The Code.org CS Principles Local Summer Workshop is part of the year-long professional learning program to prepare teachers to teach CS Principles. It focuses on the first semester of the course. While it is typically offered as a 5-day in-person training, this year it is being held virtually.

The Code.org Virtual Summer Workshop is designed to uphold Code.org’s Professional Learning Values, including the value that educators are the experts. During the workshop, you will bring your valuable classroom experiences and expertise to discussions and collaborative activities. Upon its completion, you will be equipped and motivated to successfully begin teaching the CSP curriculum to your students.

If you have already registered to attend the Code.org Virtual Summer Workshop, select your Code.org Regional Partner or site location below. You will need an enrollment key to access course materials - this will be provided to you by your Regional Partner or site facilitator. If you have not already registered, visit the Code.org Professional Learning Program website to find an available workshop.

Select Your Site/Regional Partner

Alaska Staff Development Network (AK) Arizona Science Center (AZ) AVID (WA) Battelle Education (OH) Broward County Public Schools (FL) Contra Costa County Office of Education (CA) CSforMA (MA) Educate Maine and the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance (ME) Florida Internal University (FL) Fresno County Superintendent of Schools (CA) Georgia Tech Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (GA) Grand Valley State University (MI) Idaho Digital Learning Alliance (ID) Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation (KY) KIPP (Multiple) Learning Technology Center (IL) Marquette University (WI) Maryland Codes (MD) McNeese State University (LA) mindSpark Learning (Colorado) (CO) mindSpark Learning (Utah) (UT) Mouse (NY) New Bohemian Innovation Collaborative (IA) Nextech (IN) Oklahoma Public School Resource Center (OK) Oregon (OR) Orlando Science Center (FL) Pennsylvania Rice University School Mathematics Project (TX) Riverside County Office of Education (CA) Sacred Heart University (CT) Silicon Valley Education Foundation (CA) Southern Nevada Regional Professional Development Program (NV) STEMworks (HI) Tampa Bay STEM Network (FL) TCNJ Center for Excellence in STEM Education (NJ) The Friday Institute (NC) The STEM Center of Excellence at the Citadel (SC) The University of Texas at Austin (TX) Twin Cities Public Television (MN) University of California San Diego CREATE (CA) University of North Florida (FL) University of Rhode Island (RI) USC Viterbi School of Engineering (CA) West Virginia University (WV)