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Bringing computational

Thinking to Schools

Computing plays a bigger role in the lives of young people today than ever before. Yet, there is a widespread lack of knowledge of what constitutes the core of computing: is it just the use of word processors and spreadsheets or are there more fundamental principles that underlie this science. Can we show young people how a computational model can be used to solve a variety of problems, from basic problems in mathematics to answering questions in biology? CSpathshala  is an Association for Computing Machinery India (ACM India) initiative to bring a modern computing curriculum to Indian schools.

Our Mission

To prepare our students to participate creatively in the digital age, industry leaders and top academicians in the country are working together to bring a computational thinking curriculum for primary and secondary schools along with teaching aids.

 

  • Computational Thinking curriculum
  • Teaching aids: 200 lessons, provided at no cost to schools
  • Subset of teaching aids translated into Gujarati, Hindi & Marathi
  • 1 Lac students from 11 states sampling curriculum [Andhra Pradesh, Chandigarh, Delhi, Goa, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal]
  • 44 Awareness workshop and training programs conducted [At no cost to schools]
    • 1550 heads and teachers from 800+ institutions
    • 900+ teachers from 300 schools trained on Computational Thinking through 30 training programs.
  • Volunteers: 250+ from 4 continents!

Join Us

Teachers

Be part of a vibrant CS teachers community.

Volunteers

Become part of the movement. Join CSpathshala as a volunteer!

Partners

Let us walk together in realizing the vision!

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250+ Volunteers and growing...

What Teachers are Saying

We would rather thank you and ur team for developing such wonderful content. It totally changes the paradigm of teaching computer science in school. I am very impressed and looking forward to use it in my class and contribute in your forum. (17 June, 2017)
Madhurima Acharya, DPS New Town

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