Engaging Academically Diverse K-12 Learners in Computer Programming and Computational Thinking Instruction

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October 30, 2015 - 12:00pm


Talk Description: 

The CSK8 Research Group (Maya Israel, Quentin Wherfel, Melinda Snodgrass, and Saad Shehab) will lead a discussion about the wide-ranging initiatives to include computer programming and computational thinking in K-12 instruction, and implications for academically diverse learners. They will also share their approach to studying computing education and some implications for K-12 instruction.


MSTE Friday Lunch Fall 2015 - CSK8 Research Group