Central Jersey chapters meetings will be held 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Rutgers on Wednesdays of every other month.
October 3rd -Making CS Interdisciplinary
December 5th - Teaching Cybersecurity
February 6th - CS Classroom Management
June 5th TBA
CSTA NJ-Central Chapter Leadership 2017-18:
- Claudette Guy, Princeton High School, Princeton, NJ
- Dara Kirschenbaum-Perry, Jackson Memorial High School, Jackson, NJ
- Suzanne Signorelli, Toms River High School East/North
- Carolyn Segreto, Brick Township High School, Brick
CSTANJ - Webmaster
- Kim Smith-Saint Raphael School
- Adam Michlin, Golda Och Academy, West Orange, NJ
- Dan Leyzberg, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
- Sejong Yoon, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
- Roseanna Misuraca, Edgar Middle School, Metuchen, NJ
CSTA Chapter Representative
- Fran Trees, Rutgers University
December 5th - Teaching Cybersecurity - Speaker - Mandy Galante
Over 15 years as a cyber educator Mandy Galante has worked towards creating cybersecurity learning opportunities for NJ students. She is currently consulting on three projects: building a curriculum for the Information Technology Institute at Mater Dei High School; managing the CyberStart schools program with the SANS Institute; and working as Education Outreach Coordinator for the NJ Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell. She was recently appointed as the NJCCIC representative to the State Computer Science Advisory Committee. She has a Masters in Cybersecurity and holds multiple certifications including GSEC, GCIH, GCFE, GCFA, Sec+ and Net+. In her spare time Mandy coaches high school students in cyber competitions and runs summer GenCyber camps.
October @ Central
Toms River Teachers present TR:Tech Ready
October Shout Out
Daryl Detrick Presented The GOOD NEWS
Governor Murphy announced Computer Science for All initiatives today at Steinert High School, Hamilton Township NJ.
-Grants for up to 45 high schools to add CS, totally $2 million
-new STEM office at NJDOE that will include CS education
-Forming of Computer Science Advisory Committee to make suggestions on standards and state CS action plan
-Governor Murphy is joining the national bipartician organization GovernorsForCS
Thank you to Governor Murphy, his staff and NJDOE.
Computer Science Education.
Good for our students.
Good for our state.