Educators attending the Computer Science for Connecticut (CS4CT) 2020 Summit can earn graduate credit through the College of St. Scholastica. Educators who attend the summit can earn 1 graduate credit at a rate of $125/credit. Educators will need to complete a non-degree seeking application to the college, including transcripts demonstrating completion of a bachelor's degree. There is no fee to apply.
The graduate course will be offered on a pass/fail basis with an option to earn a letter grade available by request. Organizers will provide proof of attendance at the summit, including the 8 hours of sessions, keynote speakers, and/or workshops.
EDU 5777: CS4CT Summit
Pre-requisites: Bachelor's Degree
Course Syllabus: Spring 2020 (may be updated slightly for Fall 2020)
Course Outcomes - At the completion of the course, students will:
Participants must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution to earn credit. Evidence of attendance of the full duration of the CS4CT Summit is a prerequisite to course enrollment. Participants will need to complete the free non-degree seeking application with The College of St. Scholastica. Select EDU 5777: CS4CT Summit as the course for which you wish to register. You can also visit the National Center for Computer Science Education booth at the conference to pick up information on how to register. Pauline Lake, curriculum and professional development coordinator, will be available to help answer questions and prompt you with next steps.
Please review the syllabus (2020 syllabus to be added). For each assignment below, the directions and grading rubric will be available in the syllabus along with instructions on how to submit each assignment. All assignments are due by May 7th, however, suggested deadlines are provided for each assignment. It is recommended that you start completing assignments by the end of the summit.