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How do people understand computing, and how can we improve that understanding?



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By: Why schools need to introduce computing in all subjects | The Edvocate

Wed, 10 Feb 2016 19:54:05 +0000

[…] well with the training: the project has not ascertained how many of the trained teachers are still teaching CS. We do know that the trainee population has shifted from mostly senior teachers to mostly younger […]



By: - Tech in America

Mon, 08 Feb 2016 13:33:35 +0000

[…] well with the training: the project has not ascertained how many of the trained teachers are still teaching CS. We do know that the trainee population has shifted from mostly senior teachers to mostly younger […]



By: California’s multi-million dollar online ed flop is a blow for MOOCs: What happened? | Computing Education Blog

Fri, 29 May 2015 12:37:29 +0000

[…] match for the student audience to the affordances of the medium. Trying to draw in new CS teachers (when they are so hard to recruit) via MOOCs makes little sense to […]



By: Where Have All The Teachers Gone? It’s not just CS! | Computing Education Blog

Mon, 13 Apr 2015 12:24:32 +0000

[…] when seeing this article was, “Well, I’m glad it’s not just CS.”  (See my post about how recruiting teachers is our biggest challenge in CS10K.) And my second thought was, “WHERE are we going to get all the teachers we need, across […]



By: Education Research Questions around Live Coding: Vygotskian and Non-Constructionist | Computing Education Blog

Mon, 30 Sep 2013 09:40:12 +0000

[…] opposite of software engineering. Our biggest challenges in CS Ed are about getting students and teachers to even consider computer science. Could live coding get teachers to see computing as something beyond dry and engineering-ish?  Who […]



By: Design-based Implementation Research: What we need for CS10K and ECEP | Computing Education Blog

Thu, 30 May 2013 05:01:59 +0000

[…] caught my eye as something that we really need to push computing education.  For CS10K to be successful, we need a mesh of education research with public policy work.  That’s what ECEP is about. […]



By: NSF TUES is Cancelled: Where will CS Ed funding come from? | Computing Education Blog

Wed, 24 Apr 2013 05:05:00 +0000

[...] everyone in the STEM education community has been).  K-12 belongs in the Department of Education (what does this mean for CS10K?), undergrad and grad in NSF, and informal ed in the Smithsonian (the [...]



By: Our problem in CS Ed is too much utility | Computing Education Blog

Wed, 03 Apr 2013 05:07:02 +0000

[...] desperately need more high school teachers, but if a high school teacher learns enough computer science to teach it well, she also knows [...]



By: Where are the graduate CS Education programs? « Computing Education Blog

Mon, 12 Nov 2012 12:06:43 +0000

[...] There is a flip side to Matt’s question which is even more disappointing — the programs that exist are woefully undersubscribed. [...]



By: Mark Guzdial

Mon, 29 Oct 2012 00:36:14 +0000

To whom is your non-rhetorical question posed? I have written on my answer to why we might teach computing to everyone (for example, here and here and here), but that's just one person's take. The Computing in the Core Coalition has their answers, and the Computing at Schools effort has their arguments, too. Who did you want to answer these questions?