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Cybersecurity Webinars
This series is designed for teachers who are new to Cybersecurity. Increase your knowledge of Cybersecurity while also receiving suggested resources and activities for your classroom. All webinars align with the TEKS and CompTIA Security+ objectives.
Webinar Cybersecurity
Counselor & Administrator Webinars
Learn what actions Counselors and Administrators can take to increase student access to Computer Science classes and career pathways
Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning (ML) Webinars
Are you interested in understanding AI and Machine Learning? Would you like inspiration on how to integrate it into your High School classes? Not sure where to start? Access our recorded webinars!
Computing Educator Diversity Initiative (CEDI)
CEDI consists of in-service educators who are historically underrepresented in CS that will work within a community of practice as together they deepen their CS content knowledge, pedagogical skills, and equitable strategies.
Teach HS Computer Science with the Support of Industry Volunteers Webinar
The Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS Program provides a short-term solution to the teacher shortage and helps schools build a long-term and sustainable computer science program.
AWSM Strategies for Championing Inclusive CSEd Webinar
Tips and strategies for engaging counselors, administrators and your own students in building diverse and inclusive CS programs in your school or district.
WeTeach_Cyber Collaborative Application 2022
The goal of the WeTeach_Cyber Collaborative is to increase the number of high school CTE teachers who can effectively prepare students for cybersecurity post-secondary opportunities and careers.
Strategies for Effective and Inclusive CS Teaching
The goal of this course is to support more equitable and inclusive classroom environments so that all students, especially those from marginalized communities, build a sense of belonging and identity in computer science (CS).