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We are Maine's Code.org Regional Partner 

Educate Maine & Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance are Maine's only Code.org Regional Partner offering a variety of programs benefiting schools, teachers, and students.

Educate Maine & Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance have joined a nationwide network of Regional Partners to support efforts to expand access to computer science in K-12 schools.

Together our organizations will provide quality professional development to educators in Maine through local district partnerships and by building a positive local computer science educator community.

 

REgional Partner Program: Teacher Applications 

We are recruiting the next cohort of CS teachers for our professional learning program. Applications will open again in early fall.

Code.org’s Professional Learning Program is an an intensive, year-long professional learning program for middle and high school educators who are interested in teaching Code.org’s CS Discoveries (middle school) or CS Principles (high school) courses. These programs are designed to prepare educators to provide high quality instruction based on the curriculum, tools and best practices in computer science education.

Teachers who apply and are accepted to the program commit to:

If you are interested in the program, please visit: https://code.org/educate/professional-learning

Here are PDFs to information sheets for each program here:

Code.org Computer Science Fundamentals (Elementary School)

Code.org Computer Science Discoveries (Middle School)

Code.org Computer Science Principles (High School)

Educate Maine and Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance are also coordinating one day Computer Science Fundamentals (CSF) workshops for K-5. FMI: https://code.org/educate/curriculum/elementary-school  If you or your colleagues are interested in attending a CSF workshop please email Jason Judd at jason@educatemaine.org.

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