Technology Applications/Computational Thinking/Robotics/Computer Science

Computer Science Camps Summer 2018

We're excited to once again offer SBISD students summer coding and robotics learning opportunities! 

As in the past, we will offer camps that are open to all Spring Branch students (of appropriate ages) on a first-come, first-serve basis. The camps will be held on various SBISD campuses to better serve students and families. 

Payments can be made by check or money order. Payments should be made to Spring Branch ISD. The registration form may be downloaded, scanned and sent to rosalba.santos at The payment may be mailed separately or brought to the SBISD Technology Training Center at 14330 Memorial Drive Mondays thru Thursdays between the hours of 8:00 and 4:00.



Our vision is to introduce computational thinking skills to all students through the use of integrated ct lessons in grades K-8.  Computational thinking is a problem solving process.  It is essential to the development of computer science skills, but the thinking process can be applied in problem solving activities across all disciplines.

We plan to accomplish this by creating an integrated scope and sequence for grades K-8 that will focus on learning the computational thinking skills through core curricular problem solving.  Currently our team is in the process of developing the scope and sequence and planning learning opportunities for interested teachers. 

More information on joining first computational thinking cohort will be available this summer.  If you would like for information on computational thinking, visit Google's Computational Thinking for Educators course and contact Amy Houser.