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Learning Structured to Meet a Variety of Needs
One day or short series, designed to quickly share skill you can use right away. No credits.
Typically a few weeks long, these classes are designed especially for trained educators and requires registration at Foothill Community College. College credits / CEUs.
Immersive learning experiences for educators who want to take their career to the next level. Typically, programs start with a week of intensive learning followed by online classes and periodic group events. Certificate and college credits / CEUs .
Meet some of the many talented educators who lead our programs, workshops, and classes.
The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Jan. 18, 2021 is the one US national holiday that is designated as a national day of service for all Americans. Even during this global pandemic, there are opportunities to give back to your community and serve those in need.
January 20th is right around the corner, and teachers have the opportunity to inform your students about the powerful tradition of officially welcoming a newly-elected US President to the office. See the KCI instructional team’s curated Choice Board for K-8 teachers to send home with their students to inspire curiosity and family conversations at this crucial moment in our national history.
Gay Krause, Executive Director, KCI shares a few thoughts regarding the recent events at the U.S. Capitol.
COVID-19 provided a new challenge that has and will change the way we look at education moving forward. When change seems to be happening at a pace too rapid to catch up, many of us are fearful of what tomorrow, next week, or next fall will bring. To feel more grounded, consider these three lessons.
Computer Science is a subject that has continued to gain traction because of the need for a highly skilled workforce that is competent in CS and computational thinking. In 2020, the subject has taken a backseat to distance/virtual learning and as a result, some of that momentum has been lost. This is where organizations like KCI can help fill that void.
See the infographic highlighting our work since KCI was established in 2000. We’re looking forward to what new highlights our future holds!