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2 students work on coding exercises with the guidance of a NewBoCo volunteer.Educator Outcomes: The Computer Science Discoveries Professional Learning Program fee** includes 9 days of facilitation, curriculum guide, ongoing support, a Circuit Playground Classroom Kit, and stipends for each workshop day.

Student Outcomes: Appropriate for 6–10th grade students and can be taught as a semester or year long introductory course (3-5 hours per week of instruction for 9+ weeks). The course takes a wide lens on computer science by covering topics such as programming, physical computing, HTML/CSS, and data. The course inspires students as they build their own websites, apps, games, and physical computing devices. Code.org’s curriculum is available at no cost for anyone, anywhere to teach.

Your next step: Applications for our Code.org Professional Learning Programs typically open in January. Request more information through the button above or below!

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**Funding through Computer Science Professional Development Grants can be used for this program and the Computer Science Professional Development Incentive Fund can be used for any of our computer science professional development options! 9 days of facilitation, curriculum guide, ongoing support, a Circuit Playground Classroom Kit, and stipends for each workshop day.

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We partner with Code.org, 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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