Solve This! Identifying Problems of Practice that Teachers Face when Teaching CS

Earlier in 2021, we started collaborating with Dr. Michelle Friend, University of Nebraska-Omaha, to understand the problems of practice teachers face when teaching computer science and computational thinking. The goal of the Solve This! project is to identify and disseminate a robust inventory of the problems of practice that primary and secondary teachers experience when […]

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Federal Funding Opportunities for K-12 CS Education Research

Are you interested in learning more about federal funding opportunities to study K-12 CS education? We’re hosting a panel webinar, Federal Funding Opportunities for K-12 CS Education Research, on November 16th, 12-1pm ET featuring panelists from the Department of Education and the National Science Foundation. Panelists are: Christina Chhin – Education Research Analyst, National Center […]

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Building Capacity for Equity-Focused K-12 CS Education Research

We recently kicked off a new NSF-funded project, Building High-Quality K-12 CS Education Research Capacity Across an Outcome Framework of Equitable Capacity, Access, Participation, and Experience. Our collaborators on this three-year grant are Sarah Heckman (Professor of Computer Science, North Carolina State University), Jennifer Rosato (Director at National Center for Computer Science Education (College of […]

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