I got this announcement about the CS & IT symposium held in conjunction with NECC again this year and thought I should share it. Yes, I’ll be there and yes, I’ll be presenting. Anita Verno and I will be talking about certifications in computer fields that students can work towards. It should be a good event – all the previous ones have been.
More than half of the spots are already filled for the 2009 Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) Symposium!
CSIT 09, CSTA’s annual conference for computer science and informational technology teachers, will take place Saturday, June 27, 2009 at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, DC, in conjunction with NECC, the National Educational Computing Conference.
This full-day event features concurrent and general sessions that focus on critical issues, including:
· CS for all Students Using Differentiated Instruction
· Transitioning from Alice to Java
· Navigating the Professional Certification Maze
· SAS Programming for High Schools
· Engaging Students with Scratch Programming
· Using Game Maker to Motivate and Engage Students
And many more! (See http://www.csitsymposium.org/ for the full agenda.)
Network with colleagues! Earn eight professional development seat hours!, Attend interesting and relevant sessions! Enjoy a relaxing lunch, and clean-up on giveaways!
REGISTER NOW to make sure that you get one of the remaining spaces!
The cost of registration is $40.00 Enrollment is limited, so please complete and submit your online registration no later than June 15, 2009.
If you have any questions, please e-mail Barbara Conover at:
See you at CSIT in DC!