NJCTL is recognized by the College Board® as an Endorsed Provider of curriculum and professional development for AP® Computer Science Principles (AP CSP) and AP® Computer Science A (AP CSA).
Using an Endorsed Provider affords schools access to fully-aligned resources including a pre-approved syllabus, curriculum, and officially recognized professional development that prepares teachers to teach the course.
NJCTL's free computer science curriculum teaches students how to use text-based programming to solve real world problems, and provides everything needed to get students programming on their first day of class:
These comprehensive resources and materials make planning fast and easy, while eliminating the need for textbooks. Designed to support a social constructivist learning environment, NJCTL materials make learning engaging and accessible to every student. Materials are also fully editable so you can tailor them to meet any individual needs.
NJCTL offers online computer science courses that teachers can use with their students to support personalized instruction while providing complete oversight of individual students progress. These courses match the free, editable classroom materials, enabling flipped classroom approaches.
NJCTL's unique approach to professional learning teaches the content of AP Computer Science, and how to teach that content to students. Teachers learn from the same College Board-aligned materials they will use to teach their students, making planning fast and easy. Even with no prior programming experience, they will be well-equipped to prepare their students for the AP Exam. NJCTL's courses are online and asynchronous; teachers can learn anytime, anywhere, with timely instructor support available throughout the duration of the course.
NJCTL tuition is only $180 per graduate credit. ($144 per credit for NJEA Members.)
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