The NYCDOE’s Computer Science Education Team is working hard to support schools with the transition to remote learning. Below, we link resources for educators who have already been trained by CS4All, educators who have not yet taken part in CS4All programs, and families.
This page will be updated on an ongoing basis.
Teachers: the CS4All team is thinking deeply about how we can support educators during this time. To help us understand your concerns and needs, please take a couple of minutes to complete this form. Your feedback will be essential to the work we do for you during this time.
All of our resources can be found alongside those from other subjects on the NYCDOE Remote Learning Portal.
Interested in bringing computer science (CS) education to your students? Want to empower your students to change the world? Would you like to build capacity to teach CS at your school? Planning on offering a more robust CS sequence? If you answered yes to any of these questions, read on to see how NYCDOE’s CS Education Team can help guide you to realize your vision for CS! All NYC public and charter schools are invited to register for computer science training with CS4All, regardless of whether or not they have already started teaching computer science.
The registration form should be completed by a school administrator (principal or assistant principal) in collaboration with an individual teacher or teacher team. Please complete one form per school. Before submitting a registration form, all associated teachers and administrators should be notified of their potential commitments to the CS4All program (see program overviews above).
When registration closes, the CS Education Team will match schools to the CS4All program offering that would best support each school’s current CS offerings, teachers’ background and experience, mission statement, and vision for the long-term integration of CS education.
Placement in a CS4All unit, course, or program is contingent upon capacity and not guaranteed. Any school that is not matched with a program for the 2020-21 school year will be placed on a waitlist.
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