We are a group of dedicated educators fully committed to support the New Hampshire’s comprehensive five-year plan to give every P-12 student the opportunity to learn computer science in an inclusive environment.
Joining efforts with other Chapters, we serve the Computer Science Teachers Association to:
- Promote and adopt K-12 CS Standards aligned with the K-12 CS Framework.
- Implement clear certification pathways for computer science teachers.
- Fully support computer science as a core education requirement in the state of New Hampshire.
Currently, the CSTA New Hampshire Chapter's activities include:
- Quarterly meetings to share current events and opportunities in CS education.
- Roundtable discussion for educators and interested parents during the High School Programming Contest hosted by St. Anselm’s College and UNH-Manchester.
- NSF and Google-funded teacher professional learning opportunities.
CSTA 2019 Annual Conference
The CSTA 2019 Annual Conference offered chapter leadership sessions, teacher hands-on workshops, a huge vendor exhibit, computer playground, poster sessions, excellent speakers and more. I spent time with the chapters from all over New England. CSTA-NE is collaboratively hosting a professional development workshop on October 26, 2019 at Boston University.
Stay tuned for updates!!
And stay tuned for CSTA 2020 Annual conference.
Save the date to join us for CSTA 2020, set for July 11–15, in Arlington, Virginia. Registration opens on Aug. 1.