Welcome to CS Principles 22-23: Introduce Yourself!

Introduce yourself to the CS Principles teacher community!

  • What is your name?
  • What grade level(s) do you teach?
  • What in CS Principles are you most excited about?

I’m Stephanie ~ teaching mid & high school ages. I’m most excited about learning it more along with my students!

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Mr.B to my students. I’m teaching high school technology and programming classes and looking forward to seeing how the students adapt to the block programming in App Lab for the Principles course.

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Bro. Eduardo Baldioceda
11th and 12th grade students
I’m looking forward to the Code.org changes tor 2022-2023

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I’m Alison, teaching 9-12 computer science for the first time this year in a new school.
I’m excited to see some of the more modern Computer Science ideas, like compression, app building etc., as I’ve been away from the teaching and computer science world for more than 20 years.

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I am Anastasya. In the academic year of 2022, I will teach computer science for grade 2 elementary. Hopefully by studying through code.org I can teach my students well.

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Hi. I’m Bob. I will be teaching AP CSP to high school-aged scholars. Excited about using a new platform to teach coding and CS

My name is Kristi. I teach elementary special education and I am taking over our Code Force this school year. I’m looking forward to learning alongside my students.

Hi, my name is Bridget. I will be teaching HS (grades 9-12). I am so excited to get back to HS and teaching AP CSP after a year at the middle school teaching CSD. I now understand what our middle schoolers were learning and can make better connections for my students. LOVE Code.org and when asked to teach APCSP I said I would only do it if I could use code.org! :slight_smile:

Hi everyone! My name is Christian and this is my first time teaching ap csp and I have very little background in CS. Should be an interesting experience! Happy to receive anyone’s tips or tricks for prepping myself for this course!