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Webinar 

In lieu of the Mobile CSP webinar on Tuesday 1/14 watch the digital portfolio walkthrough and review instructor materials:

Mobile CSP has recently partnered with CSTA St. Louis Chapter to offer professional development for Missouri high school teachers. 
Immersion PD June 22-26, 2020 in Hazelwood, MO
Mobile CSP Scholarship Application

**This PD is for Missouri teachers only if you are interested in taking one of our PDs please click here to find and register for a PD**
We're  Presenting at CSTA logo 2020!

Check out our sessions:
"CSAwesome AP CS A Curriculum"
Sunday, July 12, 1-4 p.m.
&
"Concurrent Enrollment as an Alternative to AP for Broadening Participation in CS"
Tuesday, July 14, 2:30-3:30 p.m.

Registration is now open!
Scholarships are available, for more information click here.


 

2020 CSP Providers & Teachers Forum


The CSP Providers and Teachers Forum is a free pre-symposium event at SIGCSE 2020 (Portland, OR). It's the 3rd gathering of CS Principles educators, providers and teachers in a structured session at SIGCSE.
 
This half-day workshop will be in the morning on Wednesday, March 11, 8:30-12 p.m.
 
The forum is soliciting discussion topics from the community, topics that may be discussed but are not limited to the following:
- Successes and failures of CSP professional development
- Common teaching issues providers and teachers encounter
- Teacher recruitment strategies and keeping in touch with teachers
- Student recruitment strategies
- Preparing for the AP CSP exam

- How to read the results of the AP CSP exam
 
Topic submissions are due by Friday, February 7, 11:59 p.m. PT
Registration closes Friday, February 21, 11:59 p.m. PT


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Interested in having a CS Honors Society?
 
    CSTA logo offers a National Computer Science Honors Society (CSHS) for high school teachers across the United States, it's an excellent opportunity to support/ create a thriving environment for success in computing courses.
                                                                  
AP Exam Prep Food for Thought

   From the viewpoint of brain science, learning involves changing how the brain is structured. Research in this field has found that it's easier for students to learn material in depth if topics are interwoven; for example, we can do this studying by picking 2 different lessons like PRNG & Paint Pots.

   When our brain creates pathways we can strengthen these through reinforcement, the best way to do this is by recalling information rather than reviewing.
 

 
Summative Study Tips! 
1. Have students create a graphic organizer to reprocess previously learned information to help them think about the big picture for the course. 
2. Create Kahoots that combine different topics to review. 
   Learn more about how this works or share it with your students! Here is a short video on neuroplasticity.
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