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CSTA Engage - August 2020

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Welcome to CSTA Engage!

Be sure to add and upvote unconference session topics here: Unconference Breakout Sessions are informal, inclusive, open discussions that are chosen and lead by attendees. Be sure to upvote and/or add additional topics using the link provided above.  

What is CSTA Engage?

Network with and learn alongside other K-12 computer science teachers and enthusiasts around the world in a 1.5-hour virtual meetup. We will provide opportunities to network with other participants, experience stellar Nifty lessons, and engage in two unconference sessions that are suggested and selected by participants.


· Sessions
Welcome & Overview
A general welcome session with an overview of the evening
Jason Bohrer Bryan "BT" Twarek
· Networking
Chat roulette-style speed networking, where participants are matched 1:1, prompted to introduce themselves, and given a suggested topic to discuss.
· Sessions
Nifty Lessons
Nifty Assignments is a project to gather and distribute great assignment ideas and their materials by K-12 CS teachers for K-12 CS teachers.
Jen Manly Roger Jaffe
· Sessions
Unconference Breakout Sessions - Round 1
Transition to Unconference Breakouts (5:45-5:50) and the first round of Unconference Breakout Sessions (5:50-6:05)
Jason Bohrer Bryan "BT" Twarek
· Sessions
Unconference Breakout Sessions - Round 2
The second round of Unconference Breakout Sessions (6:05-6:20)
Jason Bohrer Bryan "BT" Twarek
· Sessions
Share Out & Closing
Share takeaways from the Unconference session, recap of event, and what's next opportunities
Jason Bohrer Bryan "BT" Twarek


Jen Manly

Nifty Assignment Presenter: Global Internet Equity - Immersed!

Roger Jaffe

Nifty Assignment Presenter: Othello Competition

Bryan "BT" Twarek

CSTA Director of Education

Jason Bohrer

CSTA Chapter Relations Manager

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Computer Science Teachers Association

CSTA is a voice for teachers, driven by teachers. We plan events to help teachers come together to share resources for their students.

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