All NYC schools are encouraged to participate in Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) from December 7-13, 2020. CSEdWeek is a great opportunity for every student to try computer science (CS)! Join the growing number of schools and educators in NYC bringing computer science to their students by hosting an Hour of Code or other CS community events! See below for resources and tips!
Make a pledge today to host an event and let us know what you are doing for CSEdWeek!
Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) is an annual, nationwide event that started in 2009 to raise awareness about the need for computer science education for all learners and highlight its importance in 21st-century careers. This year it’s celebrated the week of December 7th.
Because it’s fun AND easy to do! Hosting an event can spark student interest in computer science, demonstrate how engaging the content can be, and help schools determine how to start making computer science part of their students’ education.
Yes! Teachers who have not previously participated in CS4All training can use this registration link to sign up for one hour-long session to get ideas to help them plan an event.
Activities, event guides, posters, and so much more can be found right here: 2020 Folder— Resources include:
CSEdWeek Workbook & Resource Guide (to help you plan)
Hour of Code Activities (all grade levels)
Grades 6-12 Resources (no device needed)
Grades K-5 Resources (no device needed)
Then let us know! CS4All would love to know what fun event you have planned for your school: 2020 Pledge Form We will follow up with you on how to go beyond an Hour of Code and keep you up to date on CS4All opportunities! Also, by completing our pledge form, you will be entered into a RAFFLE!
Get Social! Twitter! Instagram! Facebook! Let everyone know the great work you are doing with your students. We’ve put together a social media kit you can reference for inspiration. Make sure to use these hashtags and follow these accounts: #CSForAllNYC #CSEdWeek @CSForAllNYC @nyschools
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