• 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

    Code.org

    The AIU is a Code.org Regional Partner and offers professional learning for K-12 educators.

    Apply now for a scholarship to participate in our 2023 Code.org professional learning.  

    Dates for the Code.org summer workshops at AIU are:

    • Computer Science Discoveries (grades 6-10) and Computer Science Principles (grades 8-12) will take place over four days: July 24-27, 2023.
    • Computer Science A (grades 9-12) will take place over five days: July 24 - 28, 2023.

    Registration link will open in spring 2023.  Please check back to register.

    For more information about Code.org professional learning please contact:


    Computer Science Academy CS1 Course - Carnegie Mellon University

    Learn how to program in Python using CMU's graphics-based computer science curriculum and development environment.
    CS Academy curriculum and professional learning is free!

    For more information contact: Linda Muller

    • Spring 2023 professional learning:

    SCRIPT Workshop

    • 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 for training dates in 2023!