UT Dallas - Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science




July 5-8, 2016



The University of Texas at Dallas


Eligible Attendees

Current Texas Middle School and High School Math, Science, and Computer Science teachers.



Four day Training-of-Trainers (TOT) with days 1 – 3 dealing with programming & how to deliver the content. Day 4 will address how to turn the training back on their Campus/District. The Computer Science Department at UT Dallas has a 5 day module for High School students that is delivered within a summer camp setting. The goal is to train participants teachers on how to take the content used in summer camps for use in either their classroom, in after school programs, and/or to start a computer science summer camp within their school or district. Dr. Veerasamy’s team can also be requested to help start programs in schools at no additional costs to participate. Participants from above 5 day training will have priority for this TOT training. This training will be held for this project, and a maximum of 30 teachers who can be served. Open spots will be made available at no charge to local math/science teachers including TRC STMs, MTMs, and UTeach Dallas graduates. These teachers will be counted as cadre members in the UTD Science Collaborative, or Math Collaborative (if funded), whichever is more appropriate. In addition, Dr. Veerasmay has agreed to wave registration costs for any participants in this program who wish to attend a summer camp to see first hand how implementation is done.


Certificates of Participation

Certificates stating 24 hours of Continuing Professional Education hours (CPE credits) earned will be sent electronically after the participant has completed the online course evaluation. Any questions about certificates should be directed toward the contact person listed on this page.




Accommodations and Transportation

All participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements and payments. These costs will be reimbursed by the TRC – Center for STEM Education at The University of Texas at Austin to participants who attend the entire event. Lodging costs will be reimbursed at the state rate for those who live more than 60 miles from the event. Mileage will be reimbursed, also at the state rate, as calculated by MapQuest using the shortest route option.

No hotel block arrangements have been made by the TRC or UT Dallas for this event. Make reservations at an area hotel of your choice, asking for state rate. A copy of the Texas Hotel Occupancy Tax Exempt form is provided and should be printed and turned in to your hotel upon arrival. State hotel tax will not be reimbursed.



Please visit utd.edu/k12/csinfo for registration information and instructions.