CSEdWeek is organized by the Computer Science Teachers Association annually and celebrated by teachers across the United States. As always, MAD-learn is excited to celebrate computer science education this year, with a focus on #CSEverywhere!
Our list of CSEdWeek activities is aimed at keeping your students engaged and piquing their interest in pursuing computer science. Try something new this #CSEdWeek!
Throughout #CSEdWeek, the MAD-learn team will visit classrooms across the United States virtually to build apps with students, hear their app pitches, share our entrepreneurial journey, and so much more! We look forward to interacting with amazing educators and their brilliant students across the country. We can’t wait to inspire and be inspired.
Explore new Hour of Code activities by MAD-learn
Three cool MAD-learn activities have been added to Code.org’s Hour of Code program this year for you to enjoy with your students.
Search here for: https://hourofcode.com/us/learn
- “App Wars!”
- “Picture This! HTML Decoded”
- “Deconstructing Code in a Flash”
Kick off App Development with your students
Help your students bring their cool ideas to life by building awesome apps using MAD-learn for FREE in six simple steps throughout #CSEdWeek! To get started, contact email@example.com with your name, email, school name, and the number of students.
Apply For A MAD-learn Grant
We are thrilled to announce that applications are now open for our 2022 Holiday #appsthatmatter Grant! All educators (Grades 3-10) within the United States and beyond who are interested in bringing mobile app development to their classrooms are eligible to apply for this MAD-learn sponsored grant. Throughout CSEdWeek and after, you can apply for this grant valued at $2,000 which includes a classroom set of MAD-learn licenses along with virtual PD for the Spring 2023 semester. The application deadline is January 11th, 2023, at 11 pm EST. Apply here.
CSEdWeek Social Media Takeover!
MAD-learn has been selected to take over the CSEdWeek Twitter account on Wednesday, December 7th and we are ecstatic! Be sure to follow and check out the CSEdWeek Twitter account. We’ll be sharing lots of useful information for educators and fun activities for students.
We can’t wait to tell you more about a whole new MAD-learn experience coming soon! If you are already using MAD-learn in your classroom and would like to be one of the first to try out the new MAD-learn, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the list!