Submitted by Stacie Gomm on Mon, 05/04/2015 - 09:02
This is, by far, my students favorite unit. They love the candy bar activity, muddy city, and (believe it or not) sorting. As we go through each of the lessons, we review the problem solving process and talk about how we can apply it to this situation/problem.
Submitted by Kathleen Perez-Lopez on Tue, 04/28/2015 - 16:49
Congratulations on your new NSF grant! As you join the other CS10K projects and begin your professional development and other activities, we want to introduce you to the community.
Submitted by Melissa Rasberry on Wed, 03/25/2015 - 23:33
Check out our March e-newsletter for important news and information about the CS10K Community!
Submitted by Melissa Rasberry on Tue, 03/24/2015 - 18:44
The CS10K Community is proud to partner with other resource centers for the NSF 2015 Teaching and Learning Video Showcase, which will take place online between May 11-15.
Submitted by Stacie Gomm on Mon, 03/23/2015 - 14:20
Supplies for this class is an ongoing process. There are some supplies that are “just in time” like the peanut butter and jelly and candy bars. Others are a one time purchase for a one time use. Some things, like scales, can be expensive and they are only used for a quick 2
Submitted by Melissa Rasberry on Mon, 03/16/2015 - 16:46
The CS10K Community, MSPnet, CADRE, CIRCL, CAISE, STELAR, and ARC resource centers invite you to participate in the: NSF 2015 Teaching and Learning Video Showcase:
Submitted by Michelle Perry on Fri, 03/13/2015 - 14:37
On the heels of the success of UC Berkeley's Beauty and Joy of Computing (BJC) program, NSF has funded a four-year project where a team from UC Berkeley will work with the New York City Department of Education and the Education Development Center, Inc.
Submitted by Michelle Perry on Fri, 03/13/2015 - 14:02
In December 2014, one hundred of the best CS Teachers of ECS and CSP from across the U.S. were convened in Washington, DC.
Submitted by Lauren Amos on Thu, 03/12/2015 - 12:53
We like to keep busy at the American Institutes for Research (AIR) so it should come as no surprise that serving as a member of the Social Learning Team for the CS10K Community website isn't my only job function.
Submitted by Melissa Rasberry on Wed, 03/11/2015 - 16:20
Carol Yarbrough noticed a difference in her computer science students when Alabama began to allow the CSP and AP Computer Science courses to count as a math requirement for graduation in 2013.