The Computer Supported Collaborative Science group supports science teachers in the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas.

Thanks to everyone who completed the survey. The winner of the prize will be announced soon.

2016-2017 Science Workshops

CSCS Monthly Workshops 2016-17


  • Science Teacher Survey Thanks to the 113 Science Teachers who completed our survey.  Kyle Skaff was the lucky winner of the Thermal imaging camera. Here are some of the key findings:
    Posted Apr 25, 2017, 2:44 PM by Brian Foley
  • It's Dr. Babaie! It's Dr. Babaie!Our own Mahya Babaie has finished her doctorate at Pepperdine University
    Posted Mar 29, 2017, 11:18 PM by Brian Foley
  • SEP & CCC Posters At the Open House we gave out Science and Engineering Practice posters - images to remind students what they are supposed to be doing. The SEP Posters were put together by ...
    Posted Mar 8, 2017, 2:59 PM by Brian Foley
  • 2017 Open House Over 60 science teachers attended the 2017 open house to participate in workshops about NGSS transistion, 3-Dimentional teaching, use of technology for science teaching and coding for science.Thanks ...
    Posted Feb 28, 2017, 12:52 PM by Brian Foley
  • CSCS Teacher Darshana Shah wins Bio Teacher of the Year Darshana has been a leading teacher at Portola MS for years and an early CSCS adopter and the director for Girls in Science and Technology club. She been named the ...
    Posted Sep 29, 2016, 10:25 AM by Brian Foley
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Fun at the 2017 Open House

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.


What is CSCS?

CSCS Media: 

Scene from CSCS Workshop 2016
students collecting data

mentos and diet coke