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The Elementary Institute of Science (EIS) has been selected as a Code.org Regional Partner!

Code.org has selected EIS to join a nationwide network of Regional Partners to support efforts to expand access to computer science in K-12 schools. As the Regional Partner, EIS is the designated provider of Code.org Professional Learning Programs in San Diego. EIS will provide quality professional development to educators in San Diego through local district partnerships and by building a positive local computer science educator community.

For more information, please contact our Education Director.

Press Release (November 4, 2016): Download PDF

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Become a Code.org Facilitator

Code.org is looking to partner with individuals interested in developing facilitation capacity in computer science education to deliver high-quality professional development to teachers in a format that’s fun and accessible. The facilitator program is designed to be supplemental to a classroom teacher’s full-time teaching load, or a full-time teacher leadership role such as a coach or a teacher mentor.

CS Discoveries Professional Learning Program

The Code.org Computer Science Discoveries Professional Learning Program is an intensive professional learning program for middle school educators who are interested in teaching Code.org’s CS Discoveries course either as a semester or full-year offering. This program is designed to prepare educators to provide high quality instruction based on the CS Discoveries curriculum, tools and approach to students in their classrooms.

CS Principles Professional Learning Program

The Code.org Computer Science Principles Professional Learning Program is an intensive professional learning program for high school educators who are interested in teaching Code.org’s CS Principles course. This program is designed to prepare educators to provide high quality instruction based on the CS Principles curriculum, tools and approach to students in their classrooms.