Sandy Nevins is District 31’s newly appointed Computer Science Education Manager as part of the Office of Postsecondary Readiness’ Computer Science 4 All (CS4All) Team.
Prior to her position as CS Education Manager, she was the Director of Technology and Computer Science teacher for twelve years and Chairperson of the Science Department for one year at Saint Peter’s Boys High School. Sandy also serves as an Adjunct Instructor of Computer Science at the College of Staten Island. Her expertise is in Computer Programming and infusing computer science principles into curricula.
Sandy would love to visit your school and/or speak with you to see how we can get Computer Science incorporated into the curriculum! If you have any questions or need help, please feel free to reach her at: (718) 556-8311 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, April 27: Code.org Studio Workshop with Lionel Bergeron, CS4All – Director of Elementary CS Academics
Registration Deadline: 4/26/2017
Wednesday, May 24: Introduction to Computer Science – Open Lab
Friday, May 26: Introduction to Computer Science – Open Lab
Tuesday, May 30: Introduction to Computer Science – Open Lab
Lego Robotics Professional Learning Series (Session #2) in conjunction with Lego with R. Tudda, Science Instructional Lead POSTPONED – New Date to be Announced
Staten Island Borough Field Support Center Website
Code.org – Every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science
Computer Science Unplugged – Computer Science without a Computer
Scratch – Create stories, games & animations using block-based programming
Flocabulary – Videos on all different subjects, including CS
Thimble – Great way to get started with HTML/CSS coding
Codecademy – Lessons to teach all different computer and scripting languages
This is a map of schools in District 31 that are currently being helped by Sandy or the CS4All Program Team:
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