School Partner Program

Code/Interactive trains teachers to deliver Introduction to Web Development, an overview of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript using self-directed computer science education modules. Participating schools gain a robust curriculum, technology, teaching materials, tech office visits trips, summer internships, and ongoing professional development.

CREATIVE WEB DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRAMMING (CWDP):

  • Professional development is three days during the spring and three days during the summer
  • Focus on content mastery, project development, and student strategies

EXPLORING COMPUTER SCIENCE (ECS):

  • Professional Development is five days during the summer
  • Focus on group work strategies and familiarity with strategies to introduce inquiry, equity, and CS concepts
  • Visit the program website

AP CS PRINCIPLES (CSP)

  • Professional development is five days during the summer and four days throughout the school year
  • Focus on foundational concepts of computer science, computing and technology’s impact the world, and developing programs that solve personally relevant problems. 
  • As Code.org’s official Professional Learning Partner, we utilize their curriculum: Computer Science Principles
  • Learn more on the College Board website

ONGOING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:

 

 

PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS, 2015-2016

Interested in bringing computer science education to your school? Fill out the “School Partner” form below to set up a meeting.

SCHOOL PARTNER INTEREST FORM, 2015-2016

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Code/Interactive After School Interest Form

Form for teachers or administrators to fill out to indicate that their school is interested in partnering with C/I.
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