Friday, October 20, 2017

Computer Science Educator Interview Series Index (2017)

From time to time I like to highlight computer science teachers with virtual interviews posted on my blog. The first series was in 2013 (CS Educator Interviews: The Index ) and I decided it was time to start a new series in 2017. New interviews will appear on Tuesdays and Thursdays when I have new interviews to share.

One improvement in this series is a larger number of teachers who teach elementary and middle school students. K-8 computer science is growing by leaps and bounds which is a wonderful thing.

This post will be regularly updated as new interviews are posted. Here is the current list of interviews.
  • Rebecca Dovi – The  Director of education and co-founder of CodeVA, a non-profit CS education effort in Virginia.
  • Emmanuel Schanzer - Director of Bootstrap - computer since mixed with algebra, physics, and more. 
  • Sheena Vaidyanathan - an amazing and innovative K-8 computer science teacher and technology integrator in California. 
  • Steven Floyd - Computer Science teacher from a secondary school in London, Ontario, Canada
  • Mike Zamansky - Hunter College New York City - new since he left the high school classroom
  • Saber Kahn – Computer Science teacher at the Browning School, a K-12 independent boy's school in Manhattan, NYC
  • Bob Irving – middle school computer science teacher at Porter-Gaud School in Charleston SC
  • Michelle Lagos De Javier – computer science teacher at the American School of Tegucigalpa, a bilingual private school in Honduras
  • Mike Thompson - Technology Education at Haverhill Cooperative Middle School in North Haverhill NH.
  • Adam Newall - middle school math/CS teacher using Bootstrap to teach algebra and CS
  • Vicky Sedgwick – computer science teacher for grades k-8 at St. Martin’s Episcopal School  in the Los Angeles California area
  • Jackie Corricelli - High School CS teacher from Connecticut, also AP CS trainer/consultant
  • Adam Michlin - Grade 6 through 12 computer science teacher in New Jersey.

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