Eligibility | Dates | Costs and Registration | Instructional Staff

Our project offers free summer workshops on its curriculum. The workshops introduce teachers to a new program design method, a series of supportive programming languages, and the pedagogically well-founded programming environment. The project has support from several sponsors. In seventeen years, the workshops have trained over 850 educators at six venues.

Duration and Format: five days; 8am-5pm; alternating between class and lab

Venues: Please see the separate page of information.

Eligibility

Our workshops are intended for middle-school and high-school math an computing teachers, and for college and uiversity faculty interested in introductory computing education. All people who teach computer science or closely related disciplines, or are simply interested in using computation in their curricula (no matter what their discipline), are welcome.

Dates for 2013

We will have our annual workshop this year, run by Stephen Bloch and Lee Stemkoski. The workshop will be at Adelphi University July 8-12, 2013. To register, please email Stephen Bloch.

Costs and Registration

The summer course and the materials are free; there is no deposit or registration fee. The cost is borne by the sponsors.

The workshop also provides continental breakfast, lunch, and refreshments. Participants are in principle responsible for travel, dining and hotels, but the project does offer considerable financial support. You do not need to inform us of financial need; we will automatically consider you for support if you are eligible for it.

To register, email Stephen Bloch, indicating:

  1. your current position and employer
  2. a brief description of your educational background and employment history (no more than a few sentences)

Instructional Staff

See the separate page.