Applications now open for the 2018 Code.org Professional Learning Program

Thanks to the work of teachers around the world, the global movement to teach computer science continues to accelerate. In the U.S., an unprecedented number of schools, districts, and states are embracing this new subject. But, our schools need more CS teachers, and teachers need more support for every child to have equitable access to computer science.

If you’ve ever considered teaching computer science or know other teachers who might love it, Code.org’s professional learning programs are an ideal place to begin. Over 72,000 teachers have participated in our programs, with 98% of attendees saying they would recommend our program to another teacher.

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Middle and High School Teachers
Applications now open: 2018 Professional Learning Program

The 2018 Professional Learning Program for middle and high school teachers begins with a five-day, in-person summer workshop, with four additional one-day follow-up workshops throughout the year. Dates and locations are assigned by region.

Together with a cohort of teachers from various backgrounds, participants will enjoy dedicated time to deliver lessons with colleagues, dive deep into the curriculum and tools, and experiment with inquiry-based approaches to teaching.

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The application period closes on March 30th, and we’ll review applications on a rolling basis. We look forward to reviewing your application!

Elementary School Teachers

We welcome elementary school teachers to sign up year-round for our no-cost, high-quality one-day professional development workshops from an experienced computer science facilitator.

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Participants in all workshops will learn from each other, make computer science allies, and become part of a movement that’s changing the face of education and opening doors for students globally.

We can’t wait to meet you.

Hadi Partovi, Code.org

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Code.org® is dedicated to expanding access to computer science increasing participation by young women and students from other underrepresented groups.

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