Past Workshops

Resources for K-5 teachers

Great article on the link between CS, reading, and math:

Understanding the Link between Computer Science Instruction and Reading & Math Performance

If you'd like the curriculum, using TIPP & SEE learning strategy, please download from the CANON lab at the University of Chicago:

The resources are free - your registration helps the research team keep track of numbers:

Scratch Act 1 (introductory curriculum):

Scratch Encore (intermediate curriculum):

Resources for K9 - 12 teachers

Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning (ML) Webinars

If you are interested in understanding AI and Machine Learning and would you like inspiration on how to integrate it into your High School classes start here! Access recorded webinars!

Certification RoadMap

06-21 DOE K12HS v2.pdf

Learning Plan

06-21 DOE K5, K6-8.pdf

AP CS Principles program Offered on September 8 - June 8, 2021


The summary of the AP CS Principles program for FALL 2021 - 2022

Dates: Sept 8, 2021 - June 8, 2022

Frequency: Bi-Weekly (save for holidays)

Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Office Hours: 6:00 - 6:30 (for addressing specific individual questions)

Medium: Zoom Platform

Curriculum: BJC (Free), Units 1 - 6, APCSP Exam Prep

Primary Target Population: AP CS P Teachers

Secondary Target Population: k6 -12 (non-APCSP)

Resources: Digital Documents, Video Tutorials

Agenda: Click here

Sign-up form: Click here

Flyer: below

September 8 - June 8, 2021 Flyer


Our K-12 Professional Learning is offered by Professional teachers

Jim Lavan

Jim Lavan is a 15 year NYC teacher. As a converted Math teacher, Jim has worked at Tottenville HS to help create the STEAM Academy. He has been the leader in creating a new multi year sequence and writing curriculum for 2 brand new courses in Video Game Design and Physical Computing (intro engineering course). Additionally Jim is a certified Master Teacher for AP Computer Science Principles using the Beauty and Joy of Computing curriculum.

Alex Torres

Alex Torres is a life-long learner, and a 12-year proud educator of New York City youth. He began his career as a social studies teacher. His eternal love of technology and software development led him to switch his focus to teaching computer science for the past five years. Alex has developed courses in Game Design, Robotics, and Applications Development. Alex has been supporting teachers and college students entering the field of computer science education and programming through his partnership with institutions of higher learning and non-profit organizations. Alex is CTE certified in computer technology and is part of the first cohort of educators in New York State to receive a computer science teaching license. He is dedicated to proliferation of computer science education across the nation and enjoys sharing his passion for CS while helping others on their journey into this phenomenal field of study.

Anjali Wahi

Anjali Wahi has acquired invaluable experience teaching at university, college, and high school levels for over fifteen years. Her driving force has been her immense passion for teaching, especially teaching programming. For the last thirteen years she has been a CTE instructor for computer science at Passaic County Technical Institute. Additionally, outside of the classroom, she serves as an AP Reader and AP Mentor for AP CS A. 

Anjali Wahi is excited to serve as a mentor and a coach, sharing her passion for teaching and expansive experience with all the incoming teachers.




Exploratory technology, computational thinking

Grades 3- 10: (ages 8-16)

K-2: (ages 5-7)

Taking PRAXIS test at home:

K-8 Lending Library Workshop.pdf