Learn the basics of cybersecurity or computer science, and help your students gain valuable skills!

The University of Idaho College of Engineering, Idaho STEM Action Center and U of I Dual Credit are pleased to offered training sessions this summer to prepare you to teach dual credit cybersecurity or computer science at your high school. Thanks to Idaho STEM Action Center for funding this training.

2021 Workshop Dates and Locations:

June 14-18, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Dual credit Computational Thinking and Problem Solving (CS 112) allows students to fulfill a state-mandated math requirement while earning college credit. The course also meets the intent of the Idaho state law requiring all high schools to offer a computer science course. Both Cybersecurity and Privacy (CYB 110) and Computational Thinking and Problem Solving (CS 112) are required courses for the Cybersecurity undergraduate degree.

The workshops provide course curriculum, assessment criteria, pedagogy, course philosophy and guidance on administrative responsibilities for delivering a dual credit class.

Teachers who are interested in these workshops but already registered for a STEM Action Center professional development course during the week of June 14, please contact Sara Seronko at to make arrangements to attend both.

Space is limited! Learn more and reserve your spot today at

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