computer science


professional development

Provide training and support to your teachers for a variety of computer science courses and topics. PD experiences are aligned to state standards and can be customized to your specific needs and audience.

PD topics

  • Introductory, intermediate and advanced computer science
  • Physical computing and robotics
  • Interdisciplinary computer science integration
  • Computer Science pedagogy and best practices
  • Algorithms, programming and coding

instructional design

Develop instructional programs that provide content-rich, engaging, standards-aligned and research-based instructional resources to your computer science classrooms.


Support teacher practice through coaching and mentoring. Ongoing support is available for individual teachers or teacher cohorts. Assistance with lesson planning, grading, CS pedagogy, best practices and more.

strategic planning

Develop comprehensive school-wide or district-wide plans for computer science including:

  • Course offerings, alignment and sequencing
  • CTE pathways
  • "Career Ready" and CTE Certifications
  • Recruitment
  • Extra-curricular
  • Vertical articulation for K-12
  • Virtual courses


Expertise is also available in the following topics:

  • Equipment and Services suggestions for Perkins and State EIA expenditures
  • Teacher Required Credentials
  • State and Federal policies and regulations
  • Dual Credit/Enrollment
  • National CS Frameworks


Rosemary Bianchi is a freelance educational consultant with over a decade of experience in computer science education. As a former teacher and instructional coach, she has expertise in teaching, leadership, professional development, instructional design and support, state policy and district-wide planning and design. Her love of technology and computers at a young age has fueled her passion and excitement for all things computing. Rosemary Bianchi is actively involved in South Carolina through serving as the Secretary of CSTA South Carolina, as well as serving on many state policy and planning committees. She enjoys sharing her contagious excitement and educational experience with teachers and leaders to help bring computer science opportunities to more classrooms.