Level Up Your Teaching Skills: Computer Science Professional Development – Part 2

Emmanuel Schanzer, Founder and Program Director of Bootstrap, and Marina Theodotou, Director of Professional Development at the Computer Science Teachers Association, joined Nikki Navta to discuss fun and effective CS professional development opportunities. They provide insight into how all teachers, from English teachers to technology specialists, can access great PD and bring Computer Science to their classrooms.

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Level Up Your Teaching Skills: Computer Science Professional Development – Part 1

Emmanuel Schanzer, Founder and Program Director of Bootstrap, and Marina Theodotou, Director of Professional Development at the Computer Science Teachers Association, joined Nikki Navta to discuss fun and effective CS professional development opportunities. They provide insight into how all teachers, from English teachers to technology specialists, can access great PD and bring Computer Science to their classrooms.

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Equity in Computer Science Education – Part 2

Leigh Ann DeLyser, co-chair of the CSforAll Consortium, joined Nikki Navta to discuss efforts to make Computer Science education more equitable. They offer advice and strategies to teachers who are working to make their CS curriculum more inclusive, and they discuss larger-scale changes that would allow students from all different backgrounds to engage with CS.

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Equity in Computer Science Education – Part 1

Leigh Ann DeLyser, co-chair of the CSforAll Consortium, joined Nikki Navta to discuss efforts to make Computer Science education more equitable. They offer advice and strategies to teachers who are working to make their CS curriculum more inclusive, and they discuss larger-scale changes that would allow students from all different backgrounds to engage with CS.

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Understanding Metacognition – Part 2

Karin Morrison, co-author of Making Thinking Visible, joined Nikki Navta to unpack the term “metacognition.” They define the term as thinking about your own thinking, and they discuss the benefits of reflecting on how you learn. Karin offers practical strategies that teachers can use to help their students develop metacognitive skills.

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