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Josh Pudaloff wrote on the CSTA Chapters: Michigan wall: Hello MiCSTA members, See below for this career opportunity information. Head of Computer Science Department Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School is looking for a visionary Computer Science educator who can help craft and evolve our Computer Science curriculum for the next generation of students as well as teach our current curriculum, which includes both AP Computer Science A and AP Computer Science Principles courses and an introductory course. The Head of the Computer Science Department (HCSD) provides revitalization and leadership to the upper school in the areas of Computer Science curriculum, instruction, research, and project development, ensuring that the upper school curriculum and program provides our students with superb content, skills, and opportunities. The HCSD teaches five sections of Computer Science each semester in addition to serving as Department Head and will receive an additional stipend for coaching students in coding for robotics. No other extracurricular duties will be expected. The HCSD proposes new courses and designs curriculum for novice and expert students alike, aims to grow the department, and advocates generally for Computer Science as a discipline within the school. The HCSD shares supervision of any teachers from other departments who teach courses in the Computer Science department. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a field related to Computer Science, with a Master’s Degree preferred, and coursework that demonstrates a clear ability to teach the entire Computer Science curriculum. Required also is coursework or experience that demonstrates a clear capacity to design new computer science-related curriculum. Enthusiasm for teaching and working with high school students and for maintaining an ever-evolving curriculum is critical. Excellent communication skills are expected for all teachers and department heads; it will be especially important for this individual who represents the entire Computer Science department. Interested candidates should submit a personal vitae that includes a completed Faculty Application, résumé, copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts, statement of educational philosophy in relation to this position, and two or three letters of recommendation with contact information to: Cranbrook HR – Head of Computer Science Department, P.O. Box 801, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303, or fax (248) 645-3014, or email humanresources@cranbrook.edu.
Posted Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Zachary Sweet joined the group CSTA Chapters: Michigan.
Posted Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Laura Dillon wrote on the CSTA Chapters: Michigan wall: The 5th MSU Co-Ed High School Programming Contest will be Saturday, Nov 3, 11:30 am – 3:30 pm, in East Lansing. Don't miss out! Your school may bring up to 4 teams, provided at least 50% are women or under represented minorities in CS. First time competitors are especially welcome. This friendly competition is a good 'warm up' for this HSPC season. Find details and register at http://msuhspc.com/. Preference for space will be given to teams that register by Oct 12.
Posted Monday, September 3, 2018
Vinos Kassab wrote on the CSTA Chapters: Michigan wall: When it comes to teaching CS, you have nothing to fear, thanks to an all-new event from ISTE coming right here to Michigan! The ISTE No Fear Coding Lab, Oct. 6-8 in Detroit, is a two-day event focused specifically on CS. Attendees don’t need to be CS experts, just innovative educators interested in active, approachable PD on computer science. Attendees will lead their own learning by focusing on five CS-related themes: AR, VR and mixed reality; CS across the curriculum; making the case for CS; early education; and maker and robotics. I encourage you to register for this local event that’s sure to turn any fear you have of teaching coding into fear of missing out! Looking forward to seeing you there! ISTE No Fear Coding Lab Oct. 6-8, 2018 Wayne State University Campus Detroit, Michigan Register by Aug. 24 to take advantage of early bird pricing.
Posted Friday, August 24, 2018
Jennifer Kuhowski joined the group CSTA Chapters: Michigan.
Posted Friday, July 27, 2018
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