Regina Nadbielny, a STEM teacher in the Gifted and Talented Program for Grades K-5 at Scholars Academy is one of ten national winners of the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) and Infosys Foundation USA Computer Science Teaching Excellence Award. The winners demonstrate their excellent work inspiring students to explore the computer science field; effectively engage students in learning rigorous, standards-aligned, computer science content; and a focus on broadening participation of underrepresented students in computing.
The CS Teaching Excellence Awards are designed to recognize outstanding teaching by K–12 computer science teachers. Winners excel in inspiring students to explore the computer science field, engaging students in learning rigorous standards-aligned computer science content, and broadening the participation of underrepresented students in computing. CSTA will select at least three K-5 CS teachers and three 6-8 teachers of the ten national winners. These awards were made possible by a grant from Infosys Foundation USA. (csteachers.org)