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Webinar Archive

Engaging Hispanic/Latino(a) Youth in Computer Science: Mini-Grantee Showcase
Wednesday, December 12, 2012, 10:00 – 11:00 AM Pacific/1:00 – 2:00 PM Eastern
 
The vision of the Computer Science Collaboration Project (CSCP) is to efficiently increase participation of underrepresented groups in computer science opportunities and activities by effectively building collaborations between K-12, community-based organizations, higher education, and industry. To provide incentive and support to collaborate, the CSCP funded several collaborative mini-grant projects focused on engaging Hispanic/Latino(a) youth in computer science opportunities through the use of Exemplary Practices that include cultural competency, family involvement, computer science content, and broadening the image of computer science. This webinar presents a panel of completed mini-grantee projects from around the country as they share exemplary practices, program models, low-cost strategies and resources, along with their greatest challenges and successes. 

Webinar archived at CSCP Webinar Recording December 12, 2012

Webinar Slides: CSCP Webinar December 12, 2012

 

Engaging Youth with Disabilities in Computer Science: Mini-Grantee Showcase
Monday, December 10, 2012, 10:00 – 11:00 AM Pacific/1:00 – 2:00 PM Eastern

The Computer Science Collaboration Project uses the most successful elements of the National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP) to connect various alliances and K-12 outreach organizations with a specific focus on outreach to and collaboration with youth with disabilities and underrepresented minority youth. In October 2011, the CSCP offered funding for mini-grant proposals engaging youth with disabilities in computer science opportunities through collaborative projects. Funded projects brought together over 36 cross-sector organizations across 6 states to address accessibility issues and empower youth to create new technologies. This webinar presents a panel of completed mini-grantee projects from around the country as they share promising practices, program models, low-cost strategies and resources, along with their greatest challenges and successes.

Webinar archived at CSCP Webinar Recording December 10, 2012

Webinar Slides: CSCP Webinar December 10, 2012

 

Universal Design in Education: Philosophy, Research, and Application
Tuesday, October 23, 2012, 10:00am - 11:00am Pacific/1:00pm - 2:00pm Eastern

Explore the evolution of approaches to people with disabilities that include charity, medical, and social justice models. Learn how universal design has emerged as an approach to ensuring the full inclusion of individuals with disabilities and how it can be applied in educational settings—to instruction, services, technology, and to physical spaces. This webinar is presented by Dr. Sheryl Burgstahler, Director for the University of Washington's Accessible Technology & DO-IT, UW-IT programs. Dr. Burgstahler's work is supported in part by AccessComputing, a project funded by the National Science Foundation to increase the participation of people with disabilities in computing.

Webinar archived at CSCP Webinar Recording October 2012

Webinar Slides: CSCP Webinar October 2012

 

Is Your Website Accessible? How Do You Find Out?
Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 10:00am - 11:00am Pacific/1:00pm - 2:00pm Eastern

 
In this webinar participants will learn the basics of the web accessibility. A fully accessible website is one in which all visitors, with or without disabilities, using a variety of devices, can easily find the information they're looking for and access all the features of the site. Participants will learn some basic steps they can take to assess whether their website might be excluding particular groups of people and no prior knowledge is required. This webinar will be presented by Terrill Thompson, technology accessibility specialist at the University of Washington, where his work is supported in part by AccessComputing, a project funded by the National Science Foundation to increase the participation of people with disabilities in computing fields.
  
Webinar archived at CSCP Webinar Recording June 2012

Webinar Slides: CSCP Webinar June 2012
 

CSTA: Services and Resources to Engage Youth in Computer Science
April 5, 2012, 11:00am - 12:00pm Pacific/2:00pm - 3:00pm Eastern

CSTA is the Computer Science Teachers Association, a membership organization of 10,000 educators, institutions, and companies dedicated to supporting and promoting the teaching of computer science and other computing disciplines in K-12. This webinar will focus on services that CSTA provides for formal and informal educators and the free resources it provides for helping young people, their families, and their educational community better understand the computing disciplines and the world of opportunities they provide.

Webinar archived at CSCP Webinar Recording April 2012

Webinar Slides: CSCP Webinar April 2012

 

Engaging Underserved Youth: Strategies for Family Involvement
February 22, 2012, 11;00am - 12:00pm Pacific/2:00pm - 3:00pm Eastern

Research findings consistently illustrate a strong relationship between family involvement and positive youth outcomes. Family involvement has been shown to be especially important in engaging Latino/a youth in educational opportunities. This webinar will highlight current research and practical examples of family engagement from Washington MESA's Acceso a la Ciencia (Access to Science) project, working with Latino communities in rural eastern Washington. This webinar is a collaboration between the Computer Science Collboration Project and the National Girls Collaborative Project.

Webinar archived at CSCP Webinar Recording February 2012

Webinar Slides: CSCP Webinar February 2011
 

Making Programs More Inclusive and Accessible for Youth with Disabilities
Wednesday, September 28, 2011, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific

This webinar will provide an overview of various disabilities and strategies for enabling youth with disabilities to fully participate in your programs. Collaborations are key in making this happen easily and effectively. Exemplary programs and resources will be highlighted. This webcast is a collaboration between the Computer Science Collaboration Project and the National Girls Collaborative Project.

Webinar archived at CSCP Webinar Recording September 2011

Webinar Slides: CSCP Webinar September 2011

 

Collaboration Projects Engaging Youth with Disabilities in Computer Science
Thursday, June 23, 2011, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific

The webinar will introduce the Computer Science Collaboration Project (CSCP) for K-12 Youth with Disabilities and share resources for practitioners working with youth with disabilities. Donna Mundy will join the webcast to present an overview about the Florida High School/High Tech (HSHT) Program. During the 2009-2010 school year, the Florida High School/High Tech (HS/HT) Program served 1,559 students with disabilities in 37 Florida counties. Students were provided transition services based on the five nationally recognized evidence-based Guideposts for Success: School-Based Preparatory Experiences, Career Preparation & Work-Based Learning, Connecting Activities, Youth Leadership & Development, and Family Involvement & Supports.

Webinar archived at CSCP Webinar Recording June 2011

Webinar Slides: CSCP Webinar June 2011

 

Engaging Latino Youth in Computer Science: Current Research and Program Models
Thursday, May 12, 2011, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific

This webinar brings together research and practice to highlight effective strategies for engaging Latino youth in Computer Science activities, featuring Jill Denner of Education, Training, Research (ETR) Associates, Irene Lee of Growing Up Thinking Scientifically (GUTS), and Enrico Pontelli of New Mexico State University.

Webinar Slides: CSCP Webinar May 2011

 

The Power of Collaboration: Providing High-Quality Computer Science Opportunities to K-12 Youth
Thursday, March 31, 2011, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific

This webinar features two projects that utilize collaboration to engage underrepresented youth in Computer Science activities: The Computer Science Collaboration Project, which aims to efficiently increase participation of underrepresented groups and Watsonville Tecnología-Educación-Comunidad (TEC), an after-school technology program for Latino youth.

Webinar archived at CSCP Webinar Recording March 2011

Webinar Slides: CSCP Webinar March 2011

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