CSPDWeek 2023 Applications Closed!

Indiana is proud to announce we are now accepting applications for Indiana CSPDWeek brought to you by the national Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA), the Indiana CSTA Chapter, Nextech, and the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE).

Here are the steps to apply. 

Step 1: Download the Principal Approval Form and have it ready to upload during the application process. If you don’t have your principal approval form completed yet, it can be emailed to in.cspdweek@gmail.com, but you cannot be accepted until we have a completed form.
Step 2:
Visit the Workshop Catalog and choose your preferred workshop for the week. When you apply, you will need to rank your top three workshops in order of preference.
Step 3:
Complete this application. This is the complete application, including workshop selection. *If you completed the provisional application launched in November, you should have an email from in.cspdweek@gmail.com with a link to update your initial answers to complete your workshop selections.
Applications are reviewed on a two week rolling basis. You will receive your acceptance from in.cspdweek@gmail.com (add us to your safe senders!) After you have been accepted, you will receive an email to confirm your spot and input your travel needs and request hotel accommodations. Add text here

Location: Indiana University, Bloomington 


Who is Invited: All Indiana K-12 educators teaching computer science content during the 2023-2024 school year. 



Monday, June 26 - Friday, June 30, with registration, an opening dinner, and celebration on Sunday, June 25th


What’s Included: This event is free for Indiana K-12 public school teachers and includes: 

  • In-person professional development from June 26 - June 30, 2023. Workshop selection will come out in January 2023.

  • Networking events and supplemental workshops during CSPDWeek 

  • Hotel accommodations for teachers living more than 50 miles from Indiana University, Bloomington are automatically included. Hotel accommodations for teachers living less than 50 miles from Indiana University, Bloomington will be considered based on need and availability and granted on a first come, first serve basis. 

  • Welcome dinner and celebration on Sunday, June 25

  • Breakfast and lunch (Monday - Friday)

  • Stipends for eligible participants (see details below) 

  • Completion certificate and (at least) 30 hours of PGP points for the week

  • Participation in follow-up PD and PLC activities throughout the school year.


Stipend: Indiana K-12 public and public charter school teachers are eligible to receive a stipend for their participation in CSPDWeek and follow up professional learning throughout the year. The stipend will be awarded in two payments: 

  1. The first stipend of $1080 for completion of all pre-work and complete attendance at CSPDWeek 2023, to be paid by the end of October 2023. 

  2. The second stipend of $480 for participation in (at least) 16 hours of ongoing virtual PLC and PD meetings throughout the 2023-2024 school year, to be paid by the end of June 2024.  


In order to be eligible for CSPDWeek, teachers must meet the following requirements:

  • Teach in an Indiana K-12 public school for the 2023-2024 school year

  • Complete all required pre-work and actively participate throughout all professional learning at CSPDWeek 2023

  • Implement the content covered during CSPDWeek 2023 in their classrooms during the 2023-2024