CSUN Science Education


Fall Activities


All Science Teachers are welcome. Teachers who have been to our summer institute in the last 3 years can receive a stipend. Topics for each week TBA.
  • Sept 22 - Using Video in science class
  • Oct 20th -Building 5E lessons around Investigative Phenomena
  • Nov 3rd  Exploring SEP 8
  • Dec 8th - CCC-6 
  • December 11 - LCUSD
  • Jan 12th
  • Jan 29th LAUSD Science Teacher PD
  • Feb 2nd LAUSD Science Teacher PD
  • Feb 23rd - Science Teacher Open House 
  • Mar 16th 
  • April 13th - (tentative)
  • April 27th - EarthDay Event
  • May 18th 

    Opportunities for your students on the campus
    • Pie Day - March 14 2019
    • Earth Day - April 27 2019

    Recent Workshops and Presentations 

      Additional opportunities:

      CSCS News

      • New CSCS Faculty Member Li Ye We are happy to welcome Li Ye to the CSCS family. Li is a new faculty member in the Chemistry Dept at CSUN. She has experience studying chemistry education ...
        Posted Nov 13, 2017, 11:13 AM by Brian Foley
      • Christine Hirst selected for NASA mission CSCS Teacher Leader Christine Hirst (West Ranch HS) was one of 37 teachers nationwide selected to ride NASA's SOFIA the high altitude observatory airplane.
        Posted May 5, 2017, 12:36 PM by Brian Foley
      • NGSS workshop May 10th I want to spread the word about another NGSS workshop. This is not a CSCS workshop but other groups at CSUN have organized it with the Better Together organization. It ...
        Posted Apr 27, 2017, 2:51 PM by Brian Foley
      • 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
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      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?