In today's digital world, coding is becoming a new kind of literacy. As an educator, you have a unique responsibility to help your students develop those skills and become active, forward-thinking citizens in a technology-driven world.
Gain the skills you need to empower your students to code with Code Sharing: Empowering Students to Teach Code (CEU), an online course from SNHU and Flatiron School. Inspired by President Barack Obama's Computer Science for All initiative, this 200-hour online bootcamp will help educators and curriculum designers like you gain the in-depth knowledge you need to teach coding to high school-level students. You'll also earn professional CEUs to help advance your career.
The Code Sharing: Empowering Students to Teach Code (CEU) online course is essential for public, private and charter school teachers, course designers, and after-school program educators looking to prepare students for AP Computer Science courses and careers in a tech-driven marketplace. Educators in any field or discipline with a basic understanding of algebra are encouraged to participate in this groundbreaking course from SNHU and Flatiron School.
View the free trials below to gauge your current skills in computer science and algebra:
This online course is a powerful step in continuing education for teachers. Upon completion, you'll be armed with the necessary skills for teaching computer science to students at the high school level (9th-12th grade). Additionally, you'll receive a certificate of 200 non-credit CEUs from the SNHU School of Education.
Unlike a typical online course at SNHU, this bootcamp is self-paced. Participants will have one year to complete the 200-hour course in two phases, which are worth 90 and 110 CEUs respectively. Flatiron coaches and SNHU academic advisors are available for support. This course is aligned with the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) standards.
Access to internet in a Chrome browser (recommended operating systems: Mac OS X 10.8, Windows 7 or better)
Module 1 (~90 hours of work) = $2,000
Module 2 (~110 hours of work) = $2,000
This course is not eligible for Financial Aid.
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