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The Expanded Learning Program was designed to provide ongoing support and community engagement for teachers that have already participated in the Workshops (CS Fundamentals) or Professional Learning Program (CS Discoveries or CS Principles).

Deepen Your CS Knowledge

Educators at a conference table with laptops in front of them discuss a group activityJoin us for a two-day, summer professional development experience created by a collective of Midwest Regional Partners. During this program, educators who previously participated in a CS Fundamentals workshop, or CS Discoveries or CS Principles Professional Learning Program will deepen their computer science pedagogy, explore additional facets of the CSD or CSP curriculum, reinforce their understanding, expand their confidence, and build community.

On the first day, teachers participate in a set of workshops to dig deeper into their chosen curriculum and explore the changes and modifications for the upcoming school year. The morning of the second day consists of a series of self-selected breakout sessions led by peer educators exploring a lesson, unit, or teaching practice. Then in the afternoon, teachers engage in a series of unconference sessions!

  • Cost: Free!
  • 1 hour of teacher relicensure credit available through the AEA

More PD Opportunities

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Curated Professional Development

We partner with, government agencies, and educational institutions to offer a wide variety of practical and powerful computer science professional development opportunities for teachers. Often, there are grants or other funding options available!

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Custom Professional Development

We can craft a custom professional development package with options tailored to your classroom and district.

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Interested in more resources to encourage your students along? Check out our Computer Science Resources page!

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