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April 2022

Webinar: What's next? A Look at the Upcoming Year
April 26, 2022 at 6:30 PM ET (5:30 PM CT)

Join the NCCSE team as we look ahead at the future of our programs into the next academic year and beyond. We'll share "What’s next?" and talk about upcoming professional development opportunities. We'll also share information about CSTA.

Register Here

Professional Development Opportunities from the National Center for Computer Science Education

We are excited to announce registration for our upcoming professional development sessions for both Mobile CSP and CSAwesome are now open.
Mobile CSP Professional Development:
CSAwesome Professional Development:


Call for Registration
Apply to Complete CSAwesome PD for FREE

Infosys Foundation USA will host the Pathfinders Online Institute 2022 virtually with 14 PD courses occurring between May 1st and August 31st. The CSAwesome team is proud to announce that we will be one of 14 curriculum providers participating in this event. 

How much does it cost? Thanks to generous funding from Infosys Foundation USA this experience is FREE for U.S. K-12 public school teachers.  
Learn More and Apply
Upcoming Opportunity  |  Participate in CS Coaching

We are looking for CS teachers to get involved as CS instructional coaches and as teacher participants to receive coaching. If you are a high school CS teacher and interested in participating, complete our interest form by clicking the button below. Participates may have an opportunity to receive a stipend.
Complete Interest Form

Upcoming AP Exam Reminders

AP CSP Prep from College Board | New AP Daily: Live Review sessions will premiere on YouTube and be available for you and your students to watch on April 18-21, 2022 and April 25-28, 2022, at 5:00 pm ET. After these dates, video recordings will be available on AP Classroom and you can assign your classes to watch. We hope your students will join expert AP teachers to review and practice for their upcoming AP CSP Exam.

AP CSP Exam is May 9, 2022

Students must submit their Create PT as final in the AP Digital Portfolio prior to the final deadline on May 2, 2022, at 11:59 p.m. ET

AP CSA Exam is May 4, 2022

FREE Pedagogy, Recruitment, and Equity Resources

Access Resources Here | Inclusive CS Teaching
Mobile CSP App Expo | Save the Date
  • Registraton opens May 2, 2022
  • Submissions due May 16, 2022
  • Viewing and voting will be May 18 & 19, 2022
  • Join us for a virtual college fair and awards ceremony on May 20, 2022 from 11am-2pm ET

Opportunities from the CS and STEM Communities

Teacher Appreciation Week  |  May 2-6, 2022

Apply or nominate someone for recognition by NCCSE during Teacher Appreciation Week (05/02-05/06/2022)
Apply Here

Day of AI is May 13, 2022 when K-12 students across the country will engage in a series of freely available hands-on activities designed to introduce them to Artificial Intelligence (AI).
All Day of AI activities are designed to be taught by K12 educators with little or no technology background and to be accessible to students of all backgrounds and abilities, including those with little or no technology experience.

Any teacher looking to bring Day of AI to their classroom can sign up on the registration page (link) to download the curriculum and lesson plans (link) and schedule one of the free two-hour online professional development workshops offered at different times from December 2021 – April 2022.

More information at
National Robotics Week 

April 2-10, 2022

Tutorial for programming with LEGO Mindstorms EV3 and MIT App Inventor
Learn More Here

CS Teaching Excellence Awards

The 2021-2022 CS Teaching Excellence Awards are now open!  
The CS Teaching Excellence Awards are designed to recognize outstanding teaching by K–12 computer science teachers. Winners excel in inspiring students to explore the computer science field, engaging students in learning rigorous standards-aligned computer science content, and broadening the participation of underrepresented students in computing.

Nominate yourself or a CS colleague for the CS Teaching Excellence Awards here.
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