Every student is different, and to many of them computer science may seem intimidating. Here you’ll find education on how to make the topic engaging to youth, and how to ensure your teaching style is accessible and inclusive.
Youth begin to identify with STEM when they have a voice in the learning process.
Make the engineering design process less intimidating with DIVEE, an acronym, and chant that is modeled by an out-of-school learning professional.
Learn how directing and managing their own learning help young people learn to be problem solvers and contributors to computer science.
Engage youth in a real engineering activity around circuit design and learn how to discuss what problem solving skills students are modeling.
Learn how you’re a computational thinker, how computational thinking practices fit into other activities, and how to develop these practices with youth.
Learn to increase engagement by connecting learning experiences to STEM pathways and careers
Learn how adapting computer science activities to meet the needs of individual learners can benefit all participants, and the CS field as a whole.
Learn how to manage an educational environment to everyone's benefit.Learn More