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Tapestry Workshop Series

Attracting and engaging diverse high school students to computing

2014 Offerings

June 24 - 26
   University of Virginia
   Charlottesville, VA
   Jim Cohoon and
       J. McGrath Cohoon

 
July 29 - 31
   University of California,
       Irvine
   Irvine, CA
   Debra Richardson and and
       Julie Flapan

Application

All people requesting to attend a workshop must provide contact information, school background information, and indicate their workshop expectations.

Questions about individual workshops should be directed to workshop contacts indicated to the left.

If you have questions about the Tapestry Workshops in general please contact J. McGrath Cohoon.

Applicants are encouraged to select the workshop closest to their locale as their first choice.

Workshop preferences

First choice

Second choice

Professional information

Name



Position
(select all that apply)
Teacher
Department head
Administrator
Counselor
 
School
Street 1
Street 2
Town or City
State  
Zip code
 
School e-mail
Repeat School e-mail
 
School telephone

Personal contact information

Primary e-mail
Repeat Primary e-mail
 
Telephone
Cell

Curriculum information

Computing courses at your school

Computing courses you teach
Your other curriculum responsibilities (if any)

School demographics

Level

Setting

Population

Type

Mission
College preparatory

Other


Size

Percentage of students who are members of racial minorities that are under-represented in computing (e.g., Black, Hispanic, and Native-American)


Course(s) demographics for 2013-2014 academic year

Grades taught. Please select all that apply.

Grade 7 Grade 10
Grade 8 Grade 11
Grade 9 Grade 12

Total number of students across all programming classes you teach
Total number of students across all programming classes that are female
Total number of students across all programming classes that are members of racial minorities underrepresented in computing
 

Computer Science Advanced Placement (CS AP) course demographics for 2013-2014 academic year

Total number of students across all CS AP classes you teach
Total number of students across all CS AP classes that are female
Total number of students across all CS AP classes that are members of racial minorities underrepresented in computing
 

Tapestry Workshop

When did you last attend a Tapestry Workshop?

       

Your expectations for the workshop

       

How did you find out about this workshop?

       

If you attended a previous Tapestry Workshop, how would your attendance help both you and other workshop attendees?

       

 

Questions or or comments to help us evaluate your application

       

Thank you for your interest in the Tapestry Workshop. By submitting this form, you are declaring that the information being supplied is correct to the best of your knowledge. You are also agreeing to allow the TAG project to evaluate your submission.

Contact information will be used to provide applicants with workshop updates, workshop follow-ups, and host organizations' opportunities.

First time Tapestry attendee honorariums ($1,000) and returning Tapestry attendee honorariums ($500) will only be paid to attendees who attend the entire workshop.

If you apply multiple times, the most recent application will be the one reviewed.

In response to your submission, an e-mail acknowledgement of your application information will be immediately sent to the primary e-mail address you indicated. In addition, a web page will be displayed listing your application information.