Defined launches new computer science curriculum resources to create opportunities and expand career pathways for all students.
CHICAGO, IL (Tuesday, July 20, 2022) — Defined, the leading online provider of project-based learning (PBL) curricula for K-12 education, today announced the release of a collection of Computer Science units for students in grades K-12. Accessible through Defined's award-winning online platform, these engaging courses are based on STEM careers to help students gain critical future-ready skills necessary to succeed in the workforce.
"Computer science is essential for almost every career in today’s world and is key to expanding knowledge and opportunities for students nationwide. Our career-connected projects empower educators to provide all students with the opportunity to explore how computer science impacts their lives and can help them realize their full potential,” explained Joel Jacobson, CEO of Defined.
Defined's computer science courses include hands-on projects that are based on real-world situations to give students the opportunity to apply standards and skills across subject areas. Each course consists of career-focused tasks that highlight computational thinking, problem-solving and innovative design. Defined’s computer science courses empower students to build the critical skills they need to succeed in college, careers, and life.
For more information regarding Defined's computer science courses and how to introduce this solution to your school, connect with our team.
Defined is the leading provider of innovative online project-based learning for K-12 education. Its mission is to empower educators with transformational edtech solutions that engage learners and improve student outcomes. Through its award-winning multimedia content, instructional supports, and innovative classroom tools, Defined supports educators to deliver an engaging PBL curriculum that prepares students for future success. Defined serves over 108,000 educators in over 5,000 schools worldwide. Visit www.definedlearning.com to learn more.
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