Complimentary Origins Towards Demystifying Computer Science for Non-CS Teachers
The Computer Scientist Educator Perspective: Breaking Stereotypes

Rigorous CS Curriculum for 8th Grade with Tynker


CSTA+ Member Spotlight: Dr. Abigail Joseph

CSTA Welcomes New Members to the Board of Directors

CSTA Announces Recipients of First-ever Equity Fellowship

CSTA Equity Fellow Spotlight: Abigail Joseph

Mentoring: An Operating System for Learning by David Cole (Make: Education Newsletter)

Middle School Director of Learning, Innovation, & Design – The Harker School (2018 – present)
Harker Magazine Fall/Winter 2019  – “More Than Tech”, pp 8 – 14

Middle School Computer Science Teacher – The Harker School (2011 – 2014)
Harker Quarterly Spring 2014 – “The Computer Science Program Expands”, pp 28 – 31

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2017 Black Women In Tech to Follow on Twitter Honorees


Teachable Moments: What We Learn When We Teach (EdSurge podcast)
Teaching isn’t a simple one-way exchange. Often there are lessons to be learned from the very act of teaching, whether it’s an instructor finding new ways to reach—or not reach—students, to watching students grow before your eyes to discovering what makes collaborative learning so successful. Those are some of the examples educators shared with us on this week’s podcast. There’s something to learn for teachers at all ages. This is the fourth and final episode in a four-part series about why teachers teach, called Teachable Moments. Read More…
Tune in at 4:25

Computer Science for All of Us (This Thing Called School – Episode 7)
Host, Dr. Jennifer Chatmon, speaks with Dr. Abigail Joseph – an educator passionate about the role of Computer Science both in and outside of the classroom. Dr. Joseph shares her experiences as part of an under-represented audience in the Computer Science education space, and how she is working to provide exposure and experiences in Computer Science to that same audience.