Computer science education is vital for developing future readiness, but how?

By teaching students about this domain, schools work to fill an inadequate pipeline of computer science graduates and workers, enhance this profession with a focus on equity, and build digital skills that are expected of workers in nearly any profession.

To support educators in integrating this subject, this webinar will:
  • Define computer science.
  • Investigate why it’s important.
  • Share essential characteristics for school programs.
  • Offer getting-started strategies.

As we will share in the webinar, the vision for computer science in schools is one that’s comprehensive. It’s redefining how learning takes place; it's aspirational; and it's an integrated and long-term process.

Attendees can expect a geeky enthusiasm for the subject, insightful research and data, classroom-ready tips and ideas, and the occasional meme.

About the Presenters

Nicasia Anzalone Caires

Nicasia Anzalone Caires is an eLearning Instructional Design Expert & Senior Implementation Specialist at 

Nicasia has been an educator and instructional designer for over 15 years and has a passion for using technology to create authentic learning experiences. She holds a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education, a Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology, and an Instructional Design Certification. Nicasia has taught technology in grades K-12, has written virtual courses in various learning management systems, and has developed and lead districtlevel professional development and technology workshops. She has used curriculum over the last five years to empower teachers with curriculum that prepares students to be future ready in a competitive and digital world.

Katie Zink

Katie Zink is the Head of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion at