Call for Proposals! CS4All Teachers Conference

Call for Proposals! CS4All Teachers Conference

All educators in NYC are invited to submit a proposal to host a workshop or participate in a multi-media showcase at this year’s Teachers Conference!

For more information on the proposal process see the CS Teachers Conference Proposal Guide.

Learn more about the CS4All Teachers Conference below. All questions can be directed to csteacherscon [at] strongschools [dot] nyc.

What is the CS Teachers Conference?

  • The CS Teachers Conference is a full-day conference for K-12 NYC teachers that will take place on Saturday, May 16, 2020; 8:30 am – 4:00 pm at CUNY School of Law. The conference will feature a keynote, breakout sessions led by NYC CS teachers and partners, a fair-style school showcase, networking opportunities, and other engaging activities!
  • We want to create a community and unite CS teachers across NYC, regardless of what you teach, where you teach, or how long you’ve taught.
  • We hope that attendees gain tools and resources that they can use in their classroom and leave feeling inspired, motivated and connected to other CS teachers.

What are the goals of the CS Teachers Conference?

  • To provide new and existing CS teachers with an opportunity to learn directly from other CS teachers.
  • To provide CS teachers with a platform to present and share their work with their colleagues.
  • To support the development of a broad, cross-program/curricular CS teacher community in NYC.
  • To provide new and existing CS teachers across NYC with an opportunity to network and hear about what CS looks like in other schools.

About the author


Dan Gaylord is the Computer Science Education Manager for Queens North. Dan has been studying Computer Science for most of his life, taking his first course as a freshman in high school (in PASCAL) and he hasn’t stopped learning since then. He majored in Computer Science at Rutgers University, then became a Math & Computer Science teacher in a high school in New Jersey. Bringing Computer Science to all students in NYC is the perfect next step for him, and he is looking forward to helping all administrators, teachers, students, and parents see the amazing things that can be accomplished with Computer Science Education!

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