There has been a surge of activity aimed at bringing computer science learning to all students, particularly those who have been historically underrepresented in computer science. The Maker Partnership is a collaboration between researchers, including Dr. Zitsi Mirakhur, and practitioners that is designed to build knowledge about how to help elementary teachers integrate computer science into their science classes using maker pedagogy. The maker approach is based on the engineering design process, with students brainstorming and developing solutions, using technology to create prototypes, and then testing and refining those prototypes together. This study is an evaluation of the implementation of Maker Partnership curriculum and professional development and is funded by the National Science Foundation. Lijun Shen, who is earning a Ph.D. in Education Science, is supporting Mirakhur in this work.