Learn the basics of coding.

No experience required.

Computer Science Fundamentals for K–5 Teachers

Sign-up for this accessible, inspiring, and high quality CS Fundamentals professional development workshop with experienced facilitators. 

Register today so you can gain new teaching strategies using a curriculum that students love. First create a Code.org® account, then login for completing your enrollment. 

In partnering with Capital Area STEM, the LSU Gordon A. Cain Center was selected as the Code.org® regional partner for Louisiana. Code.org is considered the leading U.S. provider of K–12 computer science curriculum in the largest school districts. Through our partnership with LSU, we will drive new awareness and expansion of computer science education across the state.  

Contact Rose Kendrick  
Gordon A. Cain Center for STEM Literacy 
+1 225 578 4718 
code-org@lsu.edu



About Code.org 
Founded in 2012, Code.org currently collaborates with 57 partners representing 49 states. Its regional partners work with local districts and schools to help bring computer science courses to K–12 institutions, particularly those without computer science offerings. The Code.org regional partner program aligns with priorities at the federal and state level. 
 
About LSU Gordon A. Cain Center for STEM Literacy 
Since 2000, the Gordon A. Cain Center for STEM Literacy has promoted science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) literacy within PK–16 systems throughout Louisiana. In addition to the STEM pathways, they offer a variety of pre-college camps, dual enrollment courses, and teacher development programs and services that support STEM learning, prepare, and strengthen teachers, and inform the public.