CSEdWeek 2021


Introduce your students to the world of Computer Science (CS) during this year’s Computer Science Education Week (#CSEdWeek)!  Don’t Delay …

Here's How

TECH CORPS, Hyland and the Teaching & Learning Collaborative are looking for elementary school teachers to join us in celebrating #CSEdWeek by leading a set of lessons with students. Anyone can teach the #CutOut4CS lessons – no computer science background is required.

What You'll Be Teaching

The Teaching & Learning Collaborative and TECH CORPS partnered on the creation of the #CutOut4C lessons, designed specifically for 3rd and 4th grade teachers.
#CutOut4CS lessons:

  • illuminate computational thinking experiences and focus on content standards in Operations & Algebraic Thinking.
  • use a fun cookie design scenario and Scratch (programming language).
  • have a flexible format for implementation. Lessons can be used for an hour once a day during CSEdWeek or even as a full-day (5 hour) experience. 


Your Commitment

Implement the “CutOut4CS” lessons during CSEdWeek
(December 6-10, 2021).

What You'll Receive for Participating

  • The “CutOut4CS” lessons
  • Access to inspiring FlipGrid videos submitted by technology professionals
  • An opportunity to join a national movement to inspire students to learn computer science
  • A 2021 CSEdWeek t-shirt, while supplies last 

Win for Your Classroom

Share your experience with us by doing any of the following before December 10th, and we will enter you into a drawing to win up to $1,000 worth of computer science materials for use in your classroom.

  1. Submit a Flipgrid video of your students implementing the lessons.
  2. Post pictures of the lessons being implemented in your classroom on Facebook and/or Twitter and tag: #TECHCORPS & #CSEdWeek.

CUTOUT4CS lessons align to Ohio’s Learning Standards for Mathematics, Ohio’s Learning Standards for Computer Science and relevant CSTA computer science standards. Click here for standards alignment.

TECH CORPS is proud to partner with Hyland and the Teaching & Learning Collaborative.