SIGCSE 2018 Team Presentations by RPP Teams
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A Landscape Study of NYC's CS4All Initiative: Findings and Implications for Policy and PracticeCheri Fancsali (Research Alliance for New York City Schools); Linda Tigani (Research Alliance for New York City Schools); Paulina Toro Isaza (Research Alliance for New York City Schools)
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Assessing Bootstrap:Algebra Students on Scaffolded and Unscaffolded Word ProblemsEmmanuel Schanzer (Bootstrap); Kathi Fisler (WPI); Shriram Krishnamurthi (Brown University)
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Creativity, Customization, and Ownership: Game Design in Bootstrap:AlgebraEmmanuel Schanzer (Bootstrap); Shriram Krishnamurthi (Brown University); Kathi Fisler (Brown University)
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Effects of Teacher Training in a Computer Science Principles Curriculum on Teacher and Student Skills, Confidence, and BeliefsKarla Hamlen (Cleveland State University); Nigamanth Sridhar (Cleveland State University); Lisa Bievenue (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign); Debbie Jackson (Cleveland State University); Anil Lalwani (Cleveland State University)
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Equal Outcomes 4 All: A Study of Student Learning in ECSSteven McGee (The Learning Partnership); Randi McGee-Tekula (The Learning Partnership); Jennifer Duck (The Learning Partnership); Catherine McGee (The Learning Partnership); Lucia Dettori (DePaul University); Ronald I. Greenberg (Loyola University); Eric Snow (SRI International); Daisy Rutstein (SRI International); Dale Reed (University of Illinois Chicago); Brenda Wilkerson (Chicago Public Schools); Don Yanek (Chicago Public Schools); Andrew Rasmussen (Chicago Public Schools); Dennis Brylow (Marquette University)
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Improving Research and Experience Reports of Pre-College Computing Activities: A Gap AnalysisMonica McGill (Knox College); Adrienne Decker (Rochester Institute of Technology); Zachary Abbott (Bradley University)
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Incorporating Computational Thinking in the Classrooms of Puerto Rico: How a MOOC served as an outreach and recruitment tool for Computer Science EducationPatricia Ordóñez (University of Puerto Rico Río Piedras Campus); Joseph Carroll Miranda (University of Puerto Rico Río Piedras Campus); María López Delgado (University of Puerto Rico Río Piedras Campus); Eliud Gerena López (University of Puerto Rico Río Piedras Campus); Grace Rodríguez Gómez (University of Puerto Rico Río Piedras Campus)
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Priming the Pump: Reflections on Training K5 Teachers In Computer ScienceMichele Roberts (Indiana University); Kiki Prottsman (Code.org); Jeff Gray (University of Alabama)
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Recommendations of a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Working Group based on Student Data from a National CS Education ProgramNwannediya Ada Ibe (TEALS); Rebecca Howsmon (TEALS); Lauren Penney (TEALS); Nathaniel Granor (TEALS); Leigh Ann Delyser (CSNYC); Kevin Wang (TEALS)
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Who Teaches Accessibility? A Survey of U.S. Computing FacultyKristen Shinohara (Rochester Institute of Technology); Saba Kawas (University of Washington); Andrew J. Ko (University of Washington); Richard E. Ladner (University of Washington)Thursday, 2/22/201814:10 - 15:35319
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Panels
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2018 Panel of Computing Students with DisabilitiesRichard E. Ladner (University of Washington) + 4 studentsFriday, 2/23/201810:45 - 12:00308
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The role of Researcher-Practitioner Partnerships in CS4All: Lessons from the FieldLucia Dettori (DePaul University); Don Yanek (Chicago Public Schools); Helen Hu (Westminster College); Dennis Brylow (Marquette University)
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Asking "CS4What?" as a Basis for CS4All: Workshop Tools to Support Sustainable K-12 CS ImplementationsRafi Santo (New York University); Sara Vogel (City University of New York); Leigh Ann Delyser (New York City Foundation for Computer Science Education); June Ahn (New York University)
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Connecting Evaluation and Computing Education Research: Why is it so Important?Adrienne Decker (Rochester Institute of Technology); Monica M McGill (Knox College); Jason Ravitz (Google, Inc.); Eric Snow (SRI International); Rebecca Zarch (SageFox Consulting Group)
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CS as a Graduation Requirement: A Catalyst for Systemic ChangeLucia Dettori (DePaul University); Ron Greenberg (The Learning Partnership); Steven Mcgee (The Learning Partnership); Dale Reed (University of Illinois at Chicago); Brenda Wilkerson (Chicago Public Schools); Don Yanek (Chicago Public Schools)
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Repositories You Shouldn't Be Living WithoutAdrienne Decker (Rochester Institute of Technology); Monica M McGill (Knox College); Leigh Ann Delyser (CSforAllConsortium); Beth Quinn (NCWIT); Miles Berry (University of Roehampton); Kathy Haynie (Haynie Research and Evaluation); Tom McKlin (The Findings Group)
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Access to Computing Education for Students with DisabilitiesRichard Ladner (University of Washington); Brianna Blaser (University of Washington); Daniela Marghitu (Auburn University)Thursday, 2/22/201817:30 -18:30 314
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