Computer Science Licensure

Computer Science Licensure FY 2020-2021 As part of Ohio’s effort to increase computer science education, Ohio Law includes a provision that allows a school district, community school, or STEM school to permit an individual who holds a valid educator license in any of grades seven through twelve to teach a computer science course if, prior to teaching … Read more

Virtual Meetups: Overview

The Ohio Department of Education is scheduling virtual meetups in collaboration with various professional organizations across the state to support administrators and educators in each content area during the ordered school-building closure. The purpose of the forum is to support educators and provide a platform to network, share and gain new skills or strategies to … Read more

Computer Science Licensure Reimbursement

Each Child, Our Future, Ohio’s strategic plan for education, recognizes the importance of providing supports and professional learning so teachers can deliver excellent instruction every day. To increase the number of qualified educators who can effectively teach computer science, House Bill 166 of the 133rd General Assembly includes a provision to reimburse teachers for the costs … Read more

Hyland Hackathon

January 3-5 2020 We’re excited to announce that registration for our 5th Annual Hyland Hackathon is now open! We love technology, and know you do too! Come learn new things, work on something cool, and show it off to your peers. High School and College students are invited to participate.  All details and rules for the Hackathon can be found … Read more

Blockland Student Coding Workshop

As part of the 2nd annual Blockland Solutions Conference, which will take place December 9th through December 11th at the Huntington Convention Center, CSU will host a student coding workshop on Saturday, November 9th, from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at Cleveland State University. The workshop, which is free, is intended for high school juniors … Read more

Western Reserve PBS

Western Reserve PBS is looking for teachers in grades K-8 that are currently integrating computer science applications in their classrooms to be interviewed via video for our latest multimedia series that focuses on the new computer science standards and how teachers are currently integrating computer science applications in their classrooms. If you know of any … Read more

ACSL Contests

The American Computer Science League (ACSL) has sponsored computer science contests since 1978.  The contests are divided into divisions (Senior, Intermediate, Junior, Classroom and Elementary) to appeal to a wide range of student experience.  The Senior, Intermediate and Junior Divisions include computer science topics and coding.  The Classroom and Elementary Divisions do not require coding. … Read more

Baldwin Wallace ACM Programming Contest

On April 21, 2020, we will be sponsoring a Computer Programming Contest that will involve various High Schools throughout our area. The contest will run from 8:30am to 2:00pm. Each team will be given a certain number of problems to solve and the team that correctly completes the most problems in the shortest amount of … Read more