CSTA Approved Alignment Examples
The following curriculum downloadable documents detail the alignment between the CSTA K–12 Computer Science Standards and external courses, curricula, and resources. These alignment documents have been reviewed and approved by the CSTA Standards Committee.
Colonial School District/CSTA 2011 Standards Alignment | Download
Colonial School District created a new K-12 Information Technology curriculum, rolled out for the 2014-2015 school year, focuses on five areas: Digital Citizenship, Coding and Programming, Digital Storytelling, Creating and Designing, and Communication and Collaboration. Children as young as kindergarten learn to work with circuits and experience writing code.
Google/CSTA Standards Alignment | Download
Google's Exploring Computational Thinking includes classroom-ready lessons and resources that show how educators can incorporate Computational Thinking into the K–12 curriculum.
Linux Essentials/CSTA Standards Alignment | Download
The Linux Professional Institute, Inc. (LPI) is a non-profit organization that provides vendor-independent professional certification for Linux system administrators and programmers.
Oracle Academy/CSTA Standards Alignment
Oracle Java Fundamentals course alignment checklist | Download
Oracle Java Fundamentals course standards alignment crosswalk | Download
Oracle Java Programming course alignment checklist | Download
Oracle Java Programming course standards alignment crosswalk | Download
The Oracle Academy helps students gain industry-relevant skills prior to entering the workforce. Oracle courses are modular and aligned to Oracle certification; as well as regional, national, and state standards. The following documents detail the alignment between the Oracle's Java Fundamentals and Java Programming courses and the CSTA K–12 Computer Science Standards.
TECH CORPS Techie Club/CSTA Standards Alignment | Download
TECH CORPS is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving K–12 education at the grassroots level by helping educators effectively use technology in their schools.