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Measuring Student Learning about Computing

...conference, Shuchi Grover, senior research scientist at SRI Education’s Center for Technology in Learning (CTL), along with Marie Bienkowski, CTL deputy director, will discuss another cutting edge computer science approach...

Conference Paper January 1, 2016

Assessing Problem-Solving Process At Scale

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence Center, AIC, assessment, evidence-centered design, k-12 computing, problem solving, programming process

Blog archive January 1, 2016

Mentoring Girls in Computer Science

...Design_Code_Build Helps Engage Students and Build Enthusiasm for Technology Shuchi Grover (center left) with students. Photo: © Douglas Fairbairn Photography / Courtesy of the Computer History Museum In Fall 2014,...

Conference Paper June 1, 2015

K12 CS Teaching Methods Courses

CS teacher development has become a major effort for the SIGCSE community in part due to NSF’s CS10K efforts and expanding CSTA involvement. However there are few examples of university...

Conference Paper May 1, 2015

Assessments for Computational Thinking in K-12

As K-12 educators move to introduce computing curricula, the issue of assessing student learning of computational concepts remains largely unresolved. This is central, however, if the goal is to help...

Article May 1, 2015

Designing for Deeper Learning in a Blended Computer Science Course for Middle School Students

The focus of this research was to create and test an introductory computer science course for middle school. Titled “Foundations for Advancing Computational Thinking” (FACT), the course aims to prepare...

Conference Paper April 1, 2015

Balanced Designs for Deeper Learning in an Online Introductory CS Course for Middle School Students

Conference Paper April 1, 2015

Design-Based Research for Deeper Learning in an Online Introductory CS Course for Middle School Students

As computer science (CS) makes its way into K-12 classrooms, lack of teachers to teach CS and pedagogically-sound computing curricula remain significant challenges. Well-designed online courses deployed on MOOC platforms...

Conference Paper April 1, 2015

“Systems of Assessments” for Deeper Learning of Computational Thinking in K-12

As K-12 educators move to introduce computing curricula, the issue of assessing student learning of computational concepts remains largely unresolved. This is central, however, if the goal is to help...

Conference Paper March 1, 2015

K12 CS Teaching Methods Courses

CS teacher development has become a major effort for the SIGCSE community in part due to NSF’s CS10K efforts and expanding CSTA involvement. However there are few examples of university...

Conference Paper March 1, 2015

Assessments for Computational Thinking in K-12

As computer science (CS) and computational thinking (CT) make their way into all levels of K-12 education, valid assessments aligned with new curricula can assist in measuring student learning, easing...

Conference Paper March 1, 2015

Hugging and Bridging: What It Is and Why You Should Be Doing It

Computational Thinking (CT), now widely recognized as a necessary skill for today’s generation of learners, is typically being introduced to students in middle and high school (and even at the...

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