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Sara Schnell joined the group CSTA Chapters: Wyoming.
Posted Monday, July 9, 2018
Elizabeth David David joined the group CSTA Chapters: Wyoming.
Posted Monday, June 25, 2018
Sandra Ahlstrom joined the group CSTA Chapters: Wyoming.
Posted Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Lauren Mock posted a new entry in the CSTA Wyoming blog in the group CSTA Chapters: Wyoming.
Posted Monday, May 14, 2018
Lauren Mock wrote on the CSTA Chapters: Wyoming wall: The Beauty and Joy of Computing is accepting applications to its computer science principles summer professional development workshops through June 1. Don't miss out on this opportunity! BJC is a College Board endorsed curriculum and professional development provider for the AP Computer Science Principles course. The cost of the workshop is only $75 and includes all materials and ongoing support and mentorship throughout the school year by our BJC Master Teachers. Teachers who complete the requirements will be eligible for a $500 stipend, and additionally, reimbursements for travel, lodging, and meal expenses. Attending a BJC PD workshop is the equivalent of attending an AP Institute. PD Workshop Dates and Locations: *June 25 - 29 at El Camino College / Torrance, CA (SoCal) *June 25 - 29 at Colorado School of Mines / Golden, CO *June 25 - 29 at West Charlotte High School / Charlotte, NC *July 9 - 13 at Harvey Mudd College / Claremont, CA (SoCal) *July 23 - 27 at Kean University / Union, NJ (near NYC) *July 23 - 27 at Northern Kentucky University / Highland Heights, KY *July 30 - Aug 3 at University of California, Berkeley / Berkeley, CA (NorCal) *Aug 6 - 10 at George Mason University / Fairfax, VA Find more information at http://bjc.berkeley.edu/summer-pd/. Apply for a regional BJC PD by June 1 at http://bjc.link/BJCPDApp2018. Questions? Feel free to reply to this or contact us at pd@bjc.berkeley.edu. We hope to see you this summer!
Posted Monday, May 14, 2018
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