CSP Providers & Teachers Forum
SIGCSE 2018 — Baltimore, Maryland
The CS Principles Providers and Teachers Forum is the inaugural gathering of CS Principles educators, providers and teachers in a structured session at SIGCSE. This forum was created to fill the need for a community for CS Principles providers and teachers to discuss best practices, feedback, or share teaching experiences.
The CS Principles Providers and Teachers Forum aims to increase collaboration and discussion among College Board endorsed providers and teachers by offering a diverse agenda. Topics that may be discussed this year include but are not limited to:
- Successes and failures of CSP professional development
- Common teaching issues providers and teachers encounter
- Teacher recruitment strategies and keeping in touch with teachers
- Student recruitment strategies
- Preparing for the AP CSP exam
- How to read the results of the AP CSP exam
The Forum is a half-day morning session, on .
We will release the specific location closer to the date of the conference, but it will be somewhere at the Baltimore Convention Center with the rest of SIGCSE.
Breakfast and refreshments will be served.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign Up To Attend
Please go to http://bjc.link/csp-forum-signup to sign up to attend the CSP Forum. The CSP forum is primarily intended for CSP curriculum providers, teachers, and others who are working on various parts of CSP.
Signups will close at Friday, February 9, 2018 at 11:59PM PST.
We are looking for topics that would be of broad interest to the CSP Community. We’re hoping to keep presentations to a 15 minute limit to ensure there is time for discussion and questions. However, please do not feel limited by the presentation format! We’re open to ideas and suggestions.
If you are interested in presenting at the Forum, please fill out the following submission form: http://bjc.link/cspforum18
Please submit presentations by Friday, Jan 26, 2018 at 11:59PM PST.
The day will be organized as a series of short presentations, with ample time for discussion. We will have a more clear picture of the timeline as the event approaches.
|8:30 AM||Introduction and Short Talks I (2 15-minute talks)|
|9:00 AM||Short Talks I Discussion|
|9:15 AM||Short Talks II (2 15-minute talks)|
|9:45 AM||Short Talks II Discussion|
|10:30 AM||Short Talks III (2 15-minute talks)|
|11:00 AM||Short Talks III Discussion|
|11:15 AM||Short Talks IV (2 15-minute talks)|
|11:45 AM||Short Talks IV Discussion|
- Lauren Mock, The Beauty and Joy of Computing, UC, Berkeley
- Michael Ball, The Beauty and Joy of Computing, UC, Berkeley
We look forward to seeing you at the CS Principles Providers and Teachers Forum!