Code.org Regional Partner

The Institute for School Partnership is the designated provider of Code.org professional learning programs in Eastern Missouri and metro St. Louis.

We have joined a nationwide network to support efforts to expand access to computer science in K-12 schools. We provide quality professional development to educators by building a positive, local computer science educator community.

Teachers can apply to be part of our cohorts. Upon acceptance they will attend a five day teacher conference during the summer, and ongoing professional learning opportunities throughout the academic year. Teachers will receive a comprehensive curriculum. For more information about curriculum options visit Code.org.

Become a Code.org facilitator
This summer, we will be preparing educators across the country to teach our curriculum, and we’re looking for highly-qualified, flexible, and knowledgeable facilitators who can support future computer science teachers throughout the 2018-19 school year.

Interested in joining us?
Be sure to read through the 2018-19 Facilitator Development Program Description for details about the specific program commitments, and apply today!

Applications include multiple choice and free response questions about your teaching and facilitation experience, your interest in computer science, and your commitment to participating in the facilitator development program. Please plan to spend 30 – 45 minutes completing the application.

Download Missouri Computer Science Statistics 

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Jaime Gilligan
Curriculum and Instructional Specialist
gilliganj@wustl.edu
(314) 935-7170