Educate Maine and the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance are excited to announce that applications for Code.org’s Professional Learning Program for CS Principles and CS Discoveries are now open. If you have an interest in teaching either of these courses in 2019-20, please apply today!
Code.org’s Professional Learning Program is 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 approach to students in their classrooms.
Teachers who apply and are accepted to the program commit to:
The Code.org Professional Learning Program is a fun and engaging 9-day professional development experience that stretches the entire school year. This program has a $3,000 per teacher price tag, but thanks to a partnership between Educate Maine, the Maine Math and Science Alliance - MMSA -, and Code.org, Maine teachers can access the CS Discoveries and the CS Principles program for only $500 per teacher. It gets, better… Full scholarships are available to educators from districts that need a little extra support to make computer science education a reality for their students! Do you teach in a high needs school, or a school with a diverse student population? Is funding for computer science limited in your district? We have scholarships available for you.
Expenses: The program fee covers the full year-long program including your teaching materials, 9 days of professional development, workshop supplies, your meals, and housing during the 5-day summer workshop. Additional travel costs are not covered.
The curriculum, online student learning platform and year round support are available to your school at no additional charge.
Applications open on October 5, 2018, and will be reviewed on a rolling basis. For more information and to apply, visit the Professional Learning page for CS Discoveries or CS Principles.
For more information or specific questions, please contact Jason Judd at Educate Maine Jason@educatemaine.org or Ruth Kermish Allen at MMSA email@example.com.