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Professional Development

  • Full Day  - $1,500 + travel expenses
  •  1/2 Day - $850 + travel expenses

All PD sessions are customized to the teacher, school, and/or district goals to be achieved. Costs are inclusive of the meetings needed to outline goals (learning targets) and develop success criteria that is visible for both participants and those who evaluate the effectiveness of the PD. There are NOT one-size fits all PD sessions!

K-12 Computer Science Scope and Sequence : Alignment of Standards

Email for a customized quote in developing a school and/or district K-12 computer science scope and sequence that is integrated into the K-5, K-6 or K-8 curriculum.

Conference Presentations for ISTE - International Standards in Technology Education

June 2011 - Producing & Using Games in the Classroom 

Presented at the SIG - Computer Teachers Breakfast forum on the use of Scratch ( and student-created content games as evidence of learning.  

June 2012 - GPS: Finding Your Way to Engaging Girls Programming in Scratch

Presented a session on how to engage girls in programming. This session focused on the gender differences that can be found when students tackle coding on content. 

April 20th, 2017 - 60 Tools in 60 Minutes (School Library Journal in partnership with ISTE)

Get ready for a rapid-fire tool share in this next webcast in the SLJ/ISTE series. We’ll explore the best applications and gear for your school or library, including must-have multimedia content, cool coding platforms, and top choices for your maker space.


  • Monica Cabarcas – Librarian, Albemarle High School, Charlottesville, VA
  • Heidi Williams – No Fear Coding, Jackson, WI
  • Daryl Grabarek – Senior Editor, School Library Journal
  • Kristina Holzweiss – Founder of SLIME (Students of Long Island Maker Expo), President of Long Island LEADS, SLJ‘s 2015 School Librarian of the Year

Kathy Ishizuka – Executive Editor, School Library Journal

October 4th, 2017 - Coding IN the Curriculum
The ability to reason, think, use computational thinking and problem-solve are essential digital age skills. But to bring skills like computational thinking to learners, it’s important to understand what it is, and what it is not. In this webinar, administrators, curriculum directors, instructional coaches and teachers will hear about the accurate definition of computational thinking and make connections between computer science and how our own brains acquire and process new information.

Presented by the ISTE Computer Science Network.​

Green Lake Math Conference

May 8th, 2015 - Measuring Mathematical Proficiency 
Presented a session on how computational thinking and computer science can be tied back to the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics and Mathematical Practices.

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conference Presentations / Webinars

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