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2 students work together at a tablet PC during a computer science activityEducator Outcomes:  The Computer Science Fundamentals Intro and Deep Dive workshops include facilitation, curriculum guide, and ongoing support. Participants will see lessons modeled and have time to explore additional lessons for their grade. The curriculum courses allow for flexible implementation, and facilitators will help participants consider how they will implement the content. Workshops in’s Computer Science Fundamentals K–5 curriculum are available throughout the school year. Fundamentals Intro workshops introduce the K-5 curriculum and implementation options. Fundamentals Deep Dive workshops are available as a next step to go deeper into curriculum planning. Both workshops can be used by K–5 classroom teachers or out-of-school educators. CS Fundamentals workshops can be customized for your school, district, or community needs. Contact us to learn more about funding and planning options.

**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!

Student Outcomes: K–5 students will experience lessons both at and away from computers. They will create computer programs that will help them learn to collaborate with others, develop problem-solving skills, and persist through difficult tasks. They will study programming concepts, computational thinking, digital citizenship, and develop interactive games or stories they can share.

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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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