Upcoming Events
May 19, 2021
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Online - Google Meet
2021 Spring U.S. Challenge
The U.S. Challenge is a 7-week program, a minimum of two hours per week, that instills a love of learning in K-11 grade students. It helps them excel in mathCSRoboticsAIDesign, and Entrepreneurship to prepare them for top universities. Kids are excited to become designers of their own 3D world and create anything they can imagine by coding with math.
Enroll by Monday, April 26, 2021
2021 Hawaii Computer Science PD Summit - Summer of Learning

The Hawai'i Computer Science PD Summit for Summer 2021 is the inaugural virtual summer schedule of PD opportunites for all Hawaii education-related professionals including but not limited to teachers, counselors, administrators, industry professionals and community partners who teach and/or support CS education.


The Summit schedule of events will kick-off with the Hawaii STEM Conference (April 28 - May 1, 2021) followed by a summer long schedule of a variety of computer science-related PD opportunities that range from free/self-paced to fee-based courses/events. The summer schedule will culminate with the 2021 Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) Virtual Conference

12th Annual Hawaii STEM Conference

The 12th Annual Hawaii STEM Conference will be brought to you virtually using the Hopin conference platform. This year, students and teachers will have the choice between 12 interactive professional development sessions over three days and the opportunity to engage with over a dozen STEM Playground Vendors to learn about new and exciting STEM products and resources! There are seven STEM competitions for you this year for your shot at a 2021 STEMMY award (and prizes!)

Scaling Inclusive Pedagogy (ScIP) PD Course - Effective and Inclusive Computer Science Teaching - Starts June 7, 2021
The Scaling Inclusive Pedagogy (ScIP) course will focus on strategies for effective and inclusive computer science teaching. This course is made available through the Expanding Computing Education Pathways (ECEP) Alliance consisting of 22 states including Hawaii seeking to increase the number and diversity of students in the pipeline to computing and computing-intensive degrees.  Strategies for Effective and Inclusive Computer Science Teaching is an online course released in 2018 by the WeTeach_CS program at The University of Texas at Austin. Session Flyer: http://bit.ly/2021HIScIPSummerCohort
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