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Flash Talk for the ECEP Alliance from the NSF BPC Community Meeting

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The Expanding Computing Education Pathways (ECEP) Alliance (an NSF Broadening Participation in Computing alliance) helps states broaden participation in computing education and improve their computing education. This five minute (20 slides, 15 seconds per slide) talk introduces ECEP and offers a model for how states can get started with improving and broadening their computing education.

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Flash Talk for the ECEP Alliance from the NSF BPC Community Meeting

  1. 1. National picture from Code.Org
  2. 2. Mississippi Maryland
  3. 3. National Reach
  4. 4. STEP 1 Find Leader(s)
  5. 5. STEP 2 Where are you now? How do you get anywhere?
  6. 6. WHO DECIDES WHO TEACHES? In the Southeast: Department of Education decides curriculum. Teacher Certification? SC: Commission on Higher Education GA: Professional Standards Committee
  7. 7. DO YOU HAVE A CHAPTER? You want a Computer Science Teachers Association chapter for your state. Maybe two or three.
  8. 8. DO YOU HAVE A PATHWAY? You want a Perkins pathway. Georgia’s 2013 Pathways
  9. 9. STEP 3 Organize. Find Your Allies.
  10. 10. STEP 4 Funding
  11. 11. ECEP SEED GRANT PROGRAM Small amounts of money to do these kinds of things…
  12. 12. SUMMIT MEETINGS
  13. 13. LANDSCAPE REPORT
  14. 14. Thanks to Brian Danielak
  15. 15. STATE OF THE STATES IN AP CS 2012 % female exam-takers (2012)
  16. 16. 19 TITLE OF PRESENTATION
  17. 17. LOOKING FOR ASSOCIATE STATES You need a leader(s), You need a cross-sector steering committee, And you need a vision.

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