FI Professional Development Institutes and Workshops

Friday Institute professional development institutes and workshops combine face-to-face and online activities, giving participants opportunities to experience educational uses of technology to support their own learning.  We focus on preparing educational leaders at the state, district, and school levels with the knowledge and skills necessary for planning, implementing and supporting innovative educational programs.

Recent and Upcoming Friday Institute Events:


Code.org CS Discoveries

Monday, July 16 – Friday, July 20, 2018 | Friday Institute The Code.org CS Discoveries Professional Learning program offers year-round support designed for educators teaching a semester or full-year course. The program kicks off with 5-day summer workshop where participants have the opportunity to work hands-on with the CS Discoveries curriculum. During this 5-day workshop, teachers will: Explore the […]

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Code.org AP Computer Science Principles Professional Learning Program

Monday, July 9 – Friday, July 13, 2018 | Friday Institute As North Carolina’s regional partner for Code.org, The Friday Institute offers a program for teachers who are planning to implement Code.org computer science curricula. The professional learning program is an intensive, highly supportive program designed to prepare educators who have not necessarily taught or studied computer […]

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Code.org CS Discoveries

Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29, 2018 | Friday Institute The Code.org CS Discoveries Professional Learning program offers year-round support designed for educators teaching a semester or full-year course. The program kicks off with 5-day summer workshop where participants have the opportunity to work hands-on with the CS Discoveries curriculum. During this 5-day workshop, teachers will: Explore the […]

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edcampCode

Wednesday, June 20, 2018 | Friday Institute An edcamp is a user-generated conference – commonly referred to as an “unconference”. Edcamps are designed to provide participant-driven professional development for K-12 educators. Edcamps are modeled after BarCamps, free participant-driven conferences with a primary focus on technology and computers. During this workshop, teachers can: Develop core computational thinking and […]

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