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Computer Science Teacher needed in Simsbury, CT 0 J. Corricelli The Masters School in Simsbury, CT is seeking a computer sciences professional to lead their CS program.  The Masters School is a non-denominational, Christian, college-preparatory day school supporting grades K - 12.  The school is building a computer science program and needs an experienced CS teacher or a CS professional from the business world to teach CS classes, build their CS program, and educate their faculty on the use of technology in the classroom.  Two candidate profiles are being considered: education professionals with a focus in computer science or a computer science professional from industry who is interested in a new career direction and an opportunity to give back by helping to mold the next generation of CS professionals.  For more information, please contact Mark Schmeizl at mschmeizl@grnwindsor.com or 860-325-3505.
by J. Corricelli
Thursday, March 21, 2019
Spring and Summer Workshops (Code.org) 0 J. Corricelli Dear Educators,  Sacred Heart University will be sponsoring Code.org Professional Learning Programs for educators this spring and summer. There is still time to register but spots are filling quickly!  Elementary Educators:  The no-cost one-day  workshop Computer Science Fundamentals will be led by CT teachers who are Code.org-trained facilitators. This workshop is a fantastic introduction to teaching computer science in grades K-5 for elementary classroom teachers, library media specialists, math/science specialists, technology teachers, and administrators. See attached one-pager for additional information  Saturday April 6, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield : https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/6355/enroll 4 spots left! Saturday April 6, Sacred Heart University, Griswold : https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/6373/enroll  7 spots left!  Saturday May 11, CREC Academy of Math and Science, Windsor : https://studio.code.org/pd/workshops/6356/enroll  Secondary Educators:  Applications are currently open for the 2019-20 Professional Learning Program for middle and high school teachers.   Designed to support middle and high school teachers before and during their first year teaching Computer Science Discoveries  (7 spots left!) or Computer Science Principles (https://code.org/educate/professional-learning/middle-high). The Code.org Professional Learning Program begins with a five-day, in-person summer workshop at Sacred Heart University (July 8 - July 12) followed by four additional sessions throughout the year. Best of all? No previous experience teaching computer science is needed.  Apply for a scholarship: Most teachers will qualify to have program costs covered by funding raised by Sacred Heart. Applications will automatically be considered. Submit an application now! Or, pay to attend: If you do not meet the requirements for the scholarship, the cost of the program is only $1,200 per teacher, which is a 60% discount off the national price thanks to the generous support of Sacred Heart and Code.org. The scholarship/fee covers the full year-long program, including your teaching materials, workshop supplies, 9 days of professional development, and meals during workshops. For summer 2019, limited funding for travel costs and lodging is available and will be dispersed on a rolling basis- APPLY TODAY https://code.org/educate/professional-learning!
by J. Corricelli
Thursday, March 21, 2019
CECA Awards 0 J. Corricelli CECA Awards Now Open! CECA annually grants up to three awards of $1,000 each to recognize excellence in the integration of technology into classroom learning. Another award available is the "Making IT Happen Award," which honors outstanding educators and leaders who demonstrate extraordinary commitment, leadership, courage and persistence in improving digital learning opportunities for students.
by J. Corricelli
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Code.org Workshops - Summer 2019 0 J. Corricelli Code.org CS Discoveries AND Code.org CS Principles training coming to CT during THIS SUMMER!   Link to Flyer for more information or see below!
by J. Corricelli
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
 

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