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Tuesday, February 25 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Bringing a Customizable Computer Science Platform to Your School with CodeHS

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This session will give an overview of how you can use the comprehensive CodeHS platform in their computer science classroom. Topics will include the basics of creating and setting up CodeHS sections, finding the right courses, and utilizing the suite of teacher tools and resources available.

CodeHS offers free 6-12th grade computer science curriculum including over 50 free courses from introductory block-based programming to AP courses in many languages.

You’ll learn how to configure and create assignments on CodeHS, and explore additional assignments created by a community of computer science teachers. The CodeHS Problem Bank and Quiz Question Bank have thousands of teacher-created assignments and quizzes that you can use in your courses. We’ll also show you how you can create student portfolios, streamline your grading workflow, and track student progress—all in one place!

Whether you are a first time or experienced computer science teacher, you’ll learn how you can make use of these tools to help your classroom. Visit codehs.com to sign up for a free teacher account today.

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Jeremy Keeshin

Jeremy is the CEO and co-founder of CodeHS, a site for helping high schools teach computer science. Talk to him about how you are trying to bring computer science classes to your school!

Tuesday February 25, 2020 3:00pm - 4:00pm