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CSTA Chapters: Long Island
Chapter President
Kristin Holmes
Chapter Vice President
Leon LaSpina

 

Chapter continues the mission of the national CSTeachers.org by working with our local school districts, teachers, and technology industry. Other organizations address use of technology across the curriculum, but only CSTA speaks directly and passionately for high school computer science at the national and regional levels.

Our mission is to:

  • Build a strong community of computer science educators who share their knowledge.
  • Provide teachers with opportunities for high quality professional development.
  • Support projects that communicate the excitement of computer science to students and improve their understanding of the opportunities it provides.
  • Raise awareness that computer science educators are highly qualified professionals with skills that enrich the educational experience of their students.
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Matthew Yakaboski joined the group CSTA Chapters: Long Island.
Posted Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Ber Lally joined the group CSTA Chapters: Long Island.
Posted Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Kristin Holmes wrote on the CSTA Chapters: Long Island wall: Stony Brook University Department of Computer Science is announcing its Open House October 9, 2017, New Computer Science Building, 3-4pm Families with students in grades 10-12 are invited to meet CS faculty, admissions counselors, and tour the department. To register, visit www.cs.stonybrook.edu
Posted Saturday, September 23, 2017
Kristin Holmes wrote on the CSTA Chapters: Long Island wall: SAVE THE DATE: CSTA-LI is pleased to present a mini-conference for high school and middle school teachers on November 7, 2017 at Bethpage High School. The agenda is being finalized and will be posted shortly, along with a link to register. There will be a nominal charge to cover our costs. CSTA-LI is now able to offer CTLE hours for the conference. Please share the information with your colleagues. We hope to see you there.
Posted Saturday, September 23, 2017
Vincent Scovetta joined the group CSTA Chapters: Long Island.
Posted Thursday, August 24, 2017
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