Texas Regional Collaboratives
 for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching

Keep Calm & Java On (KCJO) – Oracle Academy

Posted in Computer Science, Event, Technology, Training

Keep Calm & Java On- Oracle Academy Part 1: Java Fundamentals September 26 – November 17, 2016    Part 2: Java Programming November 28 – December 15, 2016   Times for both: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays   Note: Part 1: Java Fundamentals is an 8-week synchronous online course, totaling 32 hours. Note: Part 2: Java Programming is a 2-week synchronous online course, totaling 12...

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CSP Mini Conference Resources

Posted in Computer Science, Content Resources

  Event Information Computer Science Principles Mini-Conference (Event held February 24-25, 2016) Downloadable agenda (.pdf)   Day One   Mobile CSP Morelli, Trinity College Scott Kaminski, Trumbull High School (Connecticut) Presentation Materials (Online)   CSP4HS Jeff Gray, University of Alabama Jill Westerlund, Hoover High School (Alabama) Presentation Materials (Google Drive)   Code.org Hal Speed, Code.org Affiliate...

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Biotechnology Resources

Posted in Biotech

  Biotech Virtual Mentors http://txbiotech1.weebly.com/ Links and resources for current and aspiring Biotechnology teachers, including a compilation of applicable resources from TEA and advice on starting a Biotechnology program at your school.    

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CS Presentations / Publications

Posted in computer science, Computer Science

Presentations   CS Principles Mini Conference February 24-25, 2016 Event Description Downloadable agenda (PDF) CSP Mini Conference Resources (Links to presentation materials and resources.)   TCEA 2016 Conference Presentations February 2016   Building a Computer Science Pipeline Carol L. Fletcher, Ph.D., UT Austin Hal Speed, TACSE View Presentation (slideshare.net) Computer Science Imperative Carol L. Fletcher, Ph.D., UT Austin...

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A+ Biology Lab Companion

Posted in Biology, Content Resources

The A+ Biology Lab Companion has been designed specifically for teacher-use in the incorporation of laboratory and hands-on techniques and procedures in their science curriculum. It is a flexible compendium, which may be utilized in conjunction with or to enhance existing curricula. Additionally, it may serve as a source for teachers in their own quest for hands-on and lab based science ideas.

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