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Join us on Monday, July 25, 2022 - Tuesday, July 26, 2022 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Teachers already familiar with the Python programming language can dig deeper into applications of Python in music, art, cyber, and artificial intelligence for an upper-level high school class with all new comprehensive, free curriculum that comes from Carnegie Mellon University. It provides an interactive environment for students and teacher tools to monitor and assess progress.
CPD: Credits - 1
Professional Development: Hours - 15
(CPDs are only earned after you've attended the required number of synchronous meetings and completed the required number of asynchronous assignments.)
Maryland Center for Computing Education (MCCE) does not provide individual stipends to teachers for its professional development. In some cases CPD credit is available. Please check with your district point of contact for questions around stipend eligibility and availability.
For those who do not qualify for the MCCE Scholarship, you will be required to pay to attend this workshop.
Scholarships from the Maryland Center for Computing Education (MCCE) and Code.org will be offered to teachers who meet eligibility requirements. For more information on eligibility, please contact your district lead or inquire at MCCE-MDCodes@learning-stream.com or MCCE-PD@learning-stream.com.
Recording of sessions will be determined by the facilitator(s).
Maryland Center for Computing Education is housed at the University System of Maryland and was founded in partnership with the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and the University of Maryland, College Park. The long-term vision is for a collaborative Center that has connections with USM campuses, school systems, nonprofits, industrial partners, and other government agencies for a strong public-private partnership.
Maryland Codes is Code in the Schools' Professional Learning division, in partnership with CEASOM. Our mission is to bring high quality computer science professional learning experiences to every district in Maryland.