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Advanced Placement Computer Science Summer Institute (APSI)
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Dr. Tim DeClue is pleased to offer the second College Board-endorsed Advanced Placement Computer Science Summer Institute (APSI) June 27-30 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO. The APSI includes two tracks: One for the traditional AP Computer Science-A test and one for the NEW APCS-Principles.

6/27/2016 to 6/30/2016
When: 6/27/2016
Where: Southwest Baptist University
Presenter: Dr. Tim DeClue
Contact: Gina

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Dr. Tim DeClue is pleased to offer the second College Board-endorsed Advanced Placement Computer Science Summer Institute (APSI) June 27-30 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO. The APSI includes two tracks: One for the traditional AP Computer Science-A test and one for the NEW APCS-Principles. Please take two minutes to check out the video athttps://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=S1vFrz4NETg. The APSI at SBU is the continuation of a plan to introduce a significant number of high school students in Southwest and South-Central Missouri to computer science and software engineering. The APSI is for teachers interested in starting to teach AP-Computer Science for the first time, or for APCS teachers who simply want a refresher on the course. Included in the APSI—along with first-rate instruction in the AP courses—will be sessions presented by the SBU CIS Department on topics like cybersecurity, robotics, 3D printing, and digital music produced with javascript and python! June 27-30: The AP Computer Science Summer Institute is held at SBU. The cost is $500 which includes everything (materials, 30+ hours of face-to-face training, food, lab fees, etc.) except lodging. Lodging on SBU’s campus is $150 for the entire week. Two hours of graduate credit can be obtained at $240/hour if you wish. Subpages (1): Professional Development

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