aCRC Community Connection

Updates from your friends at the Advancing Culturally-Relevant Computing Project



Aloha Kākou!

The team from the Advancing Culturally Relevant Computing (aCRC) project wishes you the best as we head towards the end of Quarter 1! This is the first in what we hope will be a series of “community connection” newsletters bringing you updates, resources, and inspiring stories of how other educators are interweaving culture and Computer Science.

Of course we would also love to hear from you! Reach out and let us know if you’ve tried anything from our summer workshops. Got a story to share? A lesson? Or just want to check-in? We’d really like to hear how you’re doing and what’s on your mind regarding culturally-relevant computing and the classroom.

As always, we are here to support you however we can. We look forward to building our culturally-relevant computing community together!


Question of the Day

We’re starting an aCRC Professional Learning Community. Of the platforms listed below, which one would be your preferred community space?




Google Spaces


Share the aCRC Knowledge Base

Our project knowledge base remains active! It includes complete lessons and supporting materials for all five culturally relevant computing modules. Feel free to browse around and share with other teachers working on Computer Science!


Keep in Touch

We want to hear from you and highlight your work! Share how you have implemented the modules and/or offer advice to other teachers on tools that have worked successfully in your classroom. Send us an email



Revisit the Summer Workshops

Take a look at photos from the 2023 Professional Development workshops. Six workshops across five Hawai’i islands.



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