Integrating CT into Social Studies through Data and Modeling

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Join us on Tuesday, September 27, 2022 - Tuesday, November 1, 2022 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM


A workshop series designed for middle school social studies teachers integrating computational thinking into their classes through data and modeling. Teachers will


  • Experiment with data practices and computational modeling through real-world examples. 
  • Be introduced to automation through the development of their own computational models or as a means to showcase disciplinary knowledge.
  • Familiarize themselves with three core computational thinking practices (data practices; automating procedures and processes; using models to understand systems) and underlying computational thinking skills 
  • Receive examples and guided practice to integrate these practices within their disciplinary teaching.
  • Pilot micro-credential completion for computational thinking by completing two micro-credential during the workshop series.


Tuesdays- September 27th, October 4th, October 11th, October 18th, October 25th, and November 1st.



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Earn CPDs

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.)

Workshop Fees


This workshop is offered at no cost to all participants.


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.

Please Note:

Recording of sessions will be determined by the facilitator(s).

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About Us

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.