Computer Science

Computer Science

Kim A

Kim Albright

Computer Science

Kim Albright: [email protected]

In District 29, our Computer Science program focuses on engaging students in the concepts and practices of computer science.  Students who are exposed to real-world challenges through computer science and engineering will be prepared to actively participate in a world that is increasingly influenced by technology.  Students not only learn technical skills, but also problem solving skills, thinking critically and creatively, communicating, and collaborating which can transfer to other curricular areas.  

Project Lead the Way (PLTW) is the foundation of our Computer Science program in District 29. Students are provided the opportunity to participate in at least one PLTW class every year.  Our dedicated Computer Science teacher, Kim Albright, focuses on design thinking, problem solving, exposure to coding and engineering, and the application of skills to produce impactful products.  

Highlights from the Computer Science Program

  • Aligned with the K12 Computer Science Framework

  • Focus on inquiry learning and design thinking

  • Embedded differentiation

  • Emphasis on problem-solving and collaboration

  • Cross-curricular opportunities

  •  Integrated Project Lead the Way computer science units

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