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Summer Science Workshops

  • CSUN LAUSD NGSS for Middle School science Teachers (LAUSD teachers only)
    • sorry applications are closed for this.
  • ELiTE Teacher training (invite only)
  • NEW NGSS High School Earth Science Integration workshop

CSUN MA in Science Education - apply now

Recent events: Spring 2016

Welcome to the Computer Supported Collaborative Science website.  CSCS is an effort by Cal State Northridge to support science teachers in the San Fernando Valley.  We conduct workshops for science teachers on Saturdays and a summer CSCS Institute.  Our current focus is on the use of cloud-computing tools like Google Docs to support data sharing and collaboration in science classrooms.


CSCS News

  • History of CSCS and SFVSP We started out 17 years ago as the San Fernando Valley Science Project - funded by the California Science Project.  After many iterations we have evolved into CSCS.  This talk goes ...
    Posted Dec 17, 2015, 10:38 AM by Brian Foley
  • Save the Date: CSCS Open House Feb 20 2016 Our next Open House will be Feb 20th (Saturday) from 9am-1pm.  More information is coming but if you want to get in early here is the RSVP Link. We ...
    Posted Nov 2, 2015, 11:04 AM by Brian Foley
  • Dr. Castillo! Congratulations to Kelly Castillo! Kelly has been a long time CSCS leader has finished her doctorate in the CSUN Ed.D. program.  Her research on comparing two versions of CSCS ...
    Posted Jul 20, 2015, 6:34 PM by Brian Foley
  • CSUN Today Article on New Grant CSCSers will recognize the arguments we made to support our new project aimed at helping new teachers use CSCL (not just science anymore) in the classroom.CSUN Today
    Posted May 29, 2015, 10:31 AM by Brian Foley
  • CSCL talk for AGBU Slides from the talk on using computers in the classroom.Teaching in the Cloud - Computer Supported Collaborative Learning
    Posted Mar 23, 2015, 5:06 PM by Brian Foley
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Scene from CSCS PGLA Summer Institute 2013

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