About CSTA and MiCSTA
CSTA Individual Members include: elementary school teachers, middle school teachers, high school computing teachers, college/university computer science faculty and education faculty, and members from industry interested in supporting computer science education and teachers.
CSTA Individual Membership Benefits
- CSTA Voice bi-monthly publication
- Free classroom posters and career resource materials for students
- Preferred registration for the CSTA annual conference (CS&IT)
- Access to professional development videos and podcasts
- Access to reports on key topics such as teacher certification, national standards, research, and equity
- Access to virtual binders on key topics such as Careers, Equity, Teaching Strategies, and Computational Thinking
- Access to research on computer science education
- CSTA Advocate Blog featuring Announcements, Breaking News, and Points of Interest
- Full voting privileges and volunteer opportunities
- Opportunities to participate in the member information forums to provide valuable information for shaping educational policy
- TechNews, ACM's online IT news digest
CSTA also offers institutional memberships for universities, colleges, and organizations that support CSTA's missions. Learn more about the benefits of becoming an institutional member here.
CSTA is a membership organization that supports and promotes the teaching of computer science and other computing disciplines. CSTA provides opportunities for K-12 teachers and students to better understand the computing disciplines and to more successfully prepare themselves to teach and learn.
The mission of the Chapter is to further the mission of the CSTA in Michigan.
A group of interested Computer Science teachers met in Grand Rapids March 11, 2010 and decided to form MiCSTA, the Michigan Computer Science Teachers Association. Notes on WEBster blog.
Word of CSTA Executive Committee approval came May 14, 2010, as blogged. MiCSTA is official!
Last modified 2017-02-07 by B L Webster. © 2017 by B L Webster.