Use the resources below to help prepare your district or school to implement the NYS CS and Digital Fluency Standards. You can combine resources like the Standards Unpacking Docs and CS Resources Activity Books to create a useful activity for staff members to explore the standards.
The New York State Computer Science and Digital Fluency Standards outline what every student should be learning in grades K-12 throughout the state.
Standards should be implemented by September 2024 and can be taught as standalone courses or integrated into other subject areas based on district preferences.
NYSCATE has 25 CTLE credit hours of online content to help teachers unpack New York's K-12 Computer Science & Digital Fluency Standards. These courses provide theory, discussion, and practice with videos, articles, and resources to implement the new standards. Sign up today:
Activities and resources for the new NYSED digital fluency and computer science standards. Curated by Laurie Guyon from WSWHE BOCES and by educators around NY.
Look through the activity book for your grade level for examples of resources that cover each standard.
Teacher created lessons from the Monroe BOCES Smart Start Cohort are grouped by grade level (K-8) and NY CS & DF standard. Use the menus at the top of the page to navigate between standards and see examples of how teachers are introducing each topic in creative ways, often integrated into other subjects.
Make a copy of the NYS CS & Digital Fluency Standards Unpacking Documents for your grade level.
Each document lists the grade level standards along with reflection sections for teachers to make connections to CS content.
A team of New York State administrators, teachers, and CS education partners gave several presentations on the NYS K-12 CS Standards. Visit the link below to see those presentations and associated resources.
Guest Presenters Andrea Tejedor, a member of the CSDF Organizing committee, and David Czechowski of the Hudson Valley CSTA, provide an overview of the standards and share the development process and decisions behind them, as well as resources and actionable steps your district can take to prepare. Thanks to Vidcode for producing this video.
An Introduction to the New York State Computer Science and Digital Fluency Standards by the St. Lawrence-Lewis BOCES Model Schools team.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about the New York State CS and Digital Fluency Standards.
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