Warwick High School teacher named Pa. Exemplary Computer Science Educator | Local News

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A Warwick Higher Faculty math and technological innovation trainer was named this year’s Exemplary Computer system Science Educator in Pennsylvania for his contributions to increasing the computer system science discipline for all pupils.

Jeffrey Wile won the award at the 2022 #CSForAllPA Summit in late June. He was selected from a pool of three finalists, which bundled Heather Hedderman of the Wattsburg Space College District and Elizabeth Woods of the Indiana Place College District, according to a Warwick Faculty District news release.

All a few finalists spoke as component of a panel speaking about their work in advancing computer system science opportunities in just their respective districts and communities. Wile, for instance, started out a new regional Pc Science Trainer Association chapter that assisted computer science academics connect to learn alongside one another and from just about every other.

“Reflecting in excess of the past numerous years, I am thrilled with how much our personal computer science method at Warwick has grown and how Warwick college students have taken benefit to find out computing techniques in my classroom,” Wile said in the news release.

Yet he characteristics considerably of his achievements to his colleagues, the Warwick University District administration, the group and the Warwick Education Basis.

As section of the software approach, Wile experienced to be nominated and provide letters of recommendation from supervisors, colleagues and other character references.







Jeff Wile

Jeff Wile, a math and engineering teacher at Warwick High College, speaks on a panel of three finalists for the Exemplary Pc Science Educator in Pennsylvania award. Wile was a finalist along with Heather Hedderman of the Wattsburg Space College District and Elizabeth Woods of the Indiana Spot University District. 




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