Attending SIGCSE Technical Symposium 2023? We’ll be there!
We’ll be actively engaged in the SIGCSE Technical Symposium (TS) in Toronto.
If you’d like to learn more about the work we have recently been engaged in, be sure to stop any of our sessions. Only our workshop requires registration.
|Wednesday, March 15, 7-10pm||Workshop||713||Creating and Modifying Existing Surveys to Fit Your CS Education Research Needs (In-Person)
Ryan Torbey (AIR), Monica McGill (CSEdResearch.org), Lisa Garbrecht (University of Texas at Austin)
|Thursday, March 16, 11:35am||Paper Presentation||715||Growing an Inclusive Community of K-12 CS Education Researchers (In-Person)
Sloan Davis (Google), Monica McGill (CSEdResearch.org)
|Friday, March 17, 11:10am||Paper Presentation||701B||Building upon the CAPE Framework for Broader Understanding of Capacity in K-12 CS Education K12 (In-Person)
Monica McGill (CSEdResearch.org), Angelica Thompson (CSEdResearch.org), Isabella Gransbury (North Carolina State University), Sarah Heckman (North Carolina State University), Jennifer Rosato (College of St. Scholastica), Leigh Ann Delyser (CSforALL)
|Friday, March 17, 3:45pm||Panel||718A||Building Capacity Among Black Computer Science Educators (Hybrid)
Angelica Thompson (CSEdResearch.org), Allen Antoine (The University of Texas at Austin), Anita Debarlaben (University of Chicago Laboratory Schools), Donald Saint-Germain (University Heights Secondary School), Leon Tynes (Xavier College Preparatory), Vanessa Jones (Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA))
|Friday, March 17, 4:10pm||Paper Presentation||701B||Measuring Teacher Growth Based on the CSTA K-12 Standards for CS Teachers K-12 (In-Person)
Monica McGill (CSEdResearch.org), Amanda Bell (CSTA), Jake Baskin (Computer Science Teachers Association), Anni Reinking (CSEdResearch.org), Monica Sweet (University of California San Diego CREATE)
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