The next meeting will take place in late January or early February at Drexel University. Jeff Salvage kindly offered to host. We are also working on video conferencing with Lehigh University, so our colleagues in the Lehigh Valley can participate without having to drive so far. We discussed whether the meeting should be a full day or start in the late afternoon. The consensus at the meeting was to start in the late afternoon. Let me know if you have feedback about the scheduling.
High School Teachers: Take a minute right now and e-mail me your name, school, certification type, and a list of computer science classes offered at your school (including which language) along with enrollment in each class. We will compile them to share at the next meeting.
There is a free workshop at UPenn on Saturday November 12 given by Geoff Washburn. Dr. Washburn will discuss models of intelligent behaviors (AI, gaming, and robotics) as well as offering an introduction to objects and object-oriented programming (the principles behind the Java programming language.). To get more info or to register go to http://tecs.acm.org or get in touch with Jennifer Wroblewski (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Thanks for everyone for their interest. We will keep you posted on upcoming developments.
- Andrew Ruether
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