Computer Science Education
Allegheny Intermediate Unit provides computer science education through a variety of educational learning options designed to help PreK-12 schools build capacity for teaching computer science. Through these professional learning programs, educators will gain access to research-based professional development, materials and resources to successfully implement effective computer science curricula.
We offer the following professional learning programs for PreK-12:
The Allegheny Intermediate Unit is proud to serve as the Code.org Regional Partner for Western Pennsylvania. In partnership with Montgomery County Intermediate Unit (Eastern PA Regional Partner), we work together to facilitate professional learning from Code.org to K-12 educators across Pennsylvania.
For more information about Code.org professional learning please contact:
- School administrator presentation: Contact Brian Stamford
- CS Fundamentals for students in grades PreK-5: Contact Brian Stamford
- CS Discoveries for students in grades 6-10: Contact Linda Muller
- CS Principles for students in grades 8-12: Contact Brian Stamford
- CS Advanced for students in grades 9-12: Contact Brian Stamford
To apply for Code.org professional learning, please visit the official Code.org application website and enter the zip code 15120.
- Strategic CSforALL Resource & Implementation Planning Tool is a framework that guides teams of district and building administrators, CS educators and other district CS leaders through collaborative visioning, self-assessment, and goal-setting exercises to create or expand upon their PreK-12 computer science education implementation plan for students; Contact Brian Stamford or Linda Muller
- Please check back or contact us for training dates.