Teaching digital technologies
Up-skill and gain confidence in teaching digital technologies at NCEA level with our COMPSCI 101: Principles of Programming course.
COMPSCI 101 is the standard entry-level course to a Computer Science degree at the University of Auckland.
The course is offered three times a year and does not assume any prior programming experience, so it is perfect for school teachers looking to develop their programming skills.
On completing COMPSCI 101, you will receive a Certificate of Proficiency, which can be used as credit if you choose to continue onto a degree programme in the future.
Win a scholarship to study COMPSCI 101
The 2020 competition is now open and will close on Wednesday 4 December 2019.
Succesful applicants will be notified on Monday 9 December. Please note if you plan to take up the scholarship in Summer School, the enrolment deadline is 22 December.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year the School of Computer Science funds 10 scholarships for teachers to study COMPSCI 101. For 2020, the scholarship is available to study during either Summer School, Semester One or Semester Two.
For a chance to win, tell us whether or not you currently teach digital technologies. If you do, tell us what you teach, at what level and why you think you should be awarded a scholarship. If not, tell us how one of these scholarships will benefit you and the students at your school.
Fill out the entry form and click 'Submit' to be eligible for the competition. Download a poster for your school with details of the competition.
Note: Scholarships are not available to international students. See full international student definition here.