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Summer PD Workshop Opportunities

Calling all educators! Supercharge Your Summer with Data Science Professional Development Workshops

 

Are you ready to revolutionize your teaching approach and empower your students with essential data science skills? Our partners' summer professional development workshops are specifically crafted for teachers like you who are passionate about integrating data science into their curriculum. Check out all of the workshops being offered across the country (and virtually!) this summer below. 

Have a summer professional development opportunity you’d like posted? Reach out to us here!

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UC Berkeley: 2024 National Workshop on Data Science Education

June 24-28

This workshop is organized by UC Berkeley's Data Science Undergraduate Studies program with support from the West Big Data Innovation Hub and the California Learning Lab.

Provided By

UC Berkeley

Deadline

Montana STEM Summer Institute

Aug 5-7


The 6th Annual STEM Summer Institute is a one-of-a-kind, Montana-made showcase for STEM integration across all grades and subject areas. You’ll enjoy exemplary K-12 STEM instruction and resources, inspiring national speakers, and the best of Montana! The interactive agenda is designed to help educators:

PLAN STEM learning environments using tools, strategies, and models to motivate and encourage increased STEM integration in K-12 classrooms;
IMPLEMENT ready-to-use, STEM-based projects through authentic, hands-on experiences to model and enable use of best practices for STEM teaching and learning;
REIMAGINE STEM learning through whole-child approaches to give future STEM leaders a more well-rounded view of themselves and their communities

During the Institute you’ll discover how Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics complement one another and combine to motivate powerful 21st century learning. Build a deeper understanding of STEM education by engaging in purposeful networking, attending demonstration sessions and mini-workshops, joining our evening social and networking event, and meeting our inspiring keynote speakers! ​

Provided By

School Services of Montana

Deadline

Rolling admissions

Bootstrap Data Science Workshop (Bay City, MI)

July 8-12

The CS Action Area is bringing educators a comprehensive professional learning series to meaningfully integrate mathematics and computer science. This five day workshop series will equip educators with the ability to implement module based math lessons that capitalize on the modern digital tools that computer science offers to support effective and efficient teaching and learning.

Provided By

Bootstrap

Deadline

July 7

Bootstrap: Data Science Workshop (Anaheim, CA)

July 22-26

Data Science makes an incredible full-year course…for schools that have room for a new class. But even more importantly, these materials are also designed for integration into existing Science, Math, and Social Studies classes!
This workshop is intended to serve early middle school and high school teachers who will integrate data science into their instruction during the 24-25 school year.

Provided By

Bootstrap

Deadline

Rolling admission

Boostrap: Data Science in Algebra 2 Workshop (Natick, MA)

July 29-31

Algebra II + Data is a new approach that introduces a set of Data Science lessons in a regular Algebra II or Integrated Math 3 course. In this workshop, teachers will engage with lesson materials designed to ground core Algebra II concepts in real-world data analysis. No prior coding experience is necessary! Teachers apply for a full scholarship by entering a code (MATEACHER for Massachusetts teachers, NONMATEACHER for teachers from other states). Check out our one-pager for more information: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1opo2ls5ibkuMXDvrkuNhPWRzajuOoOwe/edit#heading=h.gjdgxs

Provided By

Bootstrap

Deadline

Rolling Admission

Data Trailblazers - Data Literacy Series Bootcamp

July 29-31

The Data Trailblazers - Data Literacy Series Bootcamp takes educators on a deep dive into the most common areas students can trip up on while working with data. Understanding where the disconnects are allows you to support students to work more effectively and with success.


Our workshops provide an interactive, hands-on experience for teachers, administrators, and education specialists to step into their students' shoes and find the muddled misconceptions or gaps in understanding. The strategies learned during the Data Trailblazers - Data Literacy Series Bootcamp can be easily integrated with existing classroom curriculum and practices.

Provided By

Dataspire

Deadline

Rolling admission

Bootstrap: Data Science Workshop (Santa Clara, CA)

July 8-12

Leverage students' curiosity about the world around them to inspire real data analysis and original research.. Lessons are available for data visualization, measures of center and spread, programming, linear regression, and more. Mix and match to create anything from a one-week intro to a full-year course! This weeklong workshop is best fit for grades 7-12.This workshop is being provided in-person in San Jose, California. It is intended to serve early middle school and high school teachers who will integrate data science into their instruction during the 24-25 school year.

Provided By

Bootstrap

Deadline

Rolling admission

Youcubed: Explorations in Data Science

July 19- Aug. 8

High school teachers, join the youcubed curriculum writing team* for an introductory workshop to prepare to teach all 8 units of Explorations in Data Science! The training is conducted in person at Stanford University over four and a half days and offers in-depth sessions on each unit, including hands-on experience with the technology tools in the course.

Provided By

YouCubed

Deadline

Rolling Admission

Bootstrap: Algebra 2 Workshop (Virtual)

July 16-19

For the very first time, Bootstrap is offering a virtual PD on their newest curriculum: Bootstrap:Algebra 2! This PD is for Algebra 2 teachers who are looking for ways to add relevant, engaging projects to their existing scope and sequence, or for Data Science teachers who want to see their students embrace quadratic, exponential, logarithmic and periodic models. Participants who register before May 30th receive early-bird pricing!   Visit the Bootstrap workshops page to register today! For more detail, check out this one-pager: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1opo2ls5ibkuMXDvrkuNhPWRzajuOoOwe/edit#heading=h.gjdgxs

Provided By

Bootstrap

Deadline

May 30

Skew the Script Teacher Bootcamp

June, July or August (10 modules one per workday)

Learn the R programming language and modern data science techniques (including programming AI) through these asynchronous modules. Videos and examples are provided to help you complete the bootcamps at your own pace.

No coding or stats experience is required, but experience teaching AP Stats or AP Computer Science is helpful.

Teachers who complete the bootcamp are eligible to become paid instructors for the student bootcamps! (note: all instructors will have to apply and positions vary based on student demand)

Provided By

Skew the Script

Deadline

May 24

Bootstrap: Data Science Workshop (virtual)

July 15-19

This PD is aimed at teachers of grades 8-12, with broad applications across the curriculum. The PD covers the usual complement of programming and statistics, with special attention paid to how these topics can be integrated outside of a dedicated DS class. Teachers of math, computer science, social studies, science, and history will find projects and materials that bring their subjects to life, by teaching students how to analyze real data about everything from Biology to History, Sports to Climate, and from rollercoasters to Pokemon. Participants who register before May 30th receive early-bird pricing! Visit the Bootstrap workshops page to register today!

Provided By

Bootstrap

Deadline

Rolling admision

North Carolina Computer Science Professional Development

Dates vary depending on location

North Carolina’s Computer Science Teaching Professional Learning Program (NC-CS-PLP) aims to help students learn computer science concepts and gain skills to actively engage as informed participants in a technology-driven world. NCDPI and the North Carolina State Board of Education have added computer science to the North Carolina graduation requirements and created the first K-12 computer science standards for North Carolina.

Support from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction has given the Friday Institute the ability to expand its professional learning programs to offer Code.org’s professional learning series to North Carolina educators. You don’t have to be a software developer to teach computer science! This year-long Professional Learning Program is designed to support you throughout the academic year as you teach, engage, and empower your students to explore computer science.

Provided By

NC State/ Code.org

Deadline

June 14

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