Publications & Presentations



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Publications


  1. Gane, B. D., Elagha, N., Luo, F., Liu, R., Yan, W., Strickland, C., Franklin, D., Rich, K., Pellegrino, J., & Israel, M. (2020). Developing computational thinking assessments for elementary students: Connecting cognition, observation, and interpretation. In the Proceedings of the 14th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS) 2020. Nashville, TN: International Society of the Learning Sciences.
  2. Israel, M., & Lash, T. (2019). From classroom lessons to exploratory learning progressions: mathematics + computational thinking. In Interactive Learning Environments. DOI: 10.1080/10494820.2019.1674879.
  3. Rich, K. M., Binkowski, T. A., Strickland, C., & Franklin, D. (2019, February). A K-8 Debugging Learning Trajectory Derived from Research Literature. In SIGCSE '19: Proceedings of the 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 745–751). ACM.
  4. Rich, K. M., Binkowski, T. A., Strickland, C., & Franklin, D. (2018, August). Decomposition: A K-8 Computational Thinking Learning Trajectory. In ICER '18: Proceedings of the 2018 ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research (pp. 124–132). ACM.
  5. Rich, K. M., Strickland, C., Binkowski, A., Moran, C., & Franklin, D. (2017, August). K-8 Learning Trajectories Derived from Research Literature: Sequence, Repetition, Conditionals. In ICER '17: Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research (pp. 182–190). ACM.
  6. Rich, K., Strickland, C., Franklin, D. (2017, March). A Literature Review through the Lens of Computer Science Learning Goals Theorized and Explored in Research. In SIGCSE '17: Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 495-500) ACM.

Presentations


2020

  1. Gane, B., Elagha, N., Luo, F., Liu, R., Yan, W., Strickland, C., Franklin, D., Rich, K., Pellegrino, J., Israel, M. (2020, April). Developing computational thinking assessments from learning trajectories: Design approach and preliminary validity evidence. Paper presented at the 2020 American Educational Research Association annual meeting, San Francisco, CA. (Conference canceled)

2019

  1. Isaacs, A., Strickland, C., Rich, K., Eatinger, D., & Franklin, D. (2019, July). Integration CT+X: A workshop to plan your integration activities. Workshop presented at the annual meeting of the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA), Phoenix, AZ.
  2. Franklin, D. (2019, March). An Analysis through an Equity Lens of the Implementation of Computer Science in K-8 Classrooms in a Large, Urban School District. 50th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group for Computer Science Education National Conference (SIGCSE), Minneapolis, MN.
  3. Rich, K., Strickland, C., Franklin, D. (2019, March) A K-8 Debugging Learning Trajectory Derived from Research Literature. 50th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group for Computer Science Education National Conference (SIGCSE), Minneapolis, MN. [View "K-8 Debugging Learning Trajectory" presentation and paper in combined PDF]
  4. Israel, M., Hafeez, S., Schanzer, E., Dovi, R., Koslow, E., & Lash, T. (2019, February). Panel: Making K-12 CS Education Accessibility a Norm, not an Exception. In Proceedings of the 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 1232-1233). ACM.
  5. Franklin, D. (2019, February). Plenary Session: CS for PreK-8: Theory and Practice Supporting Broadening Participation. Fourth international conference on Research in Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT), Minneapolis, MN.

2018

  1. Rich, K. M. (2018, June). Learning trajectories for everyday computing. In J. Confrey (Chair), The Ongoing Process of Validating and/or Adapting Learning Trajectories Over Time. Symposium conducted at the National Science Foundation Discovery Research K-12 and STEM+Computing Principal Investigator meeting, Washington, DC.
  2. Israel, M., Lash, T. (2018, February) Everyday Computing: Integrating Computational Thinking into Elementary Mathematics. 49th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group for Computer Science Education National Conference (SIGCSE), Baltimore, MD.

2017

  1. Israel, M., Wherfel, Q. M., & Pokimica, J. (2017, April). Classroom lessons to learning trajectories: Mathematics + computational thinking. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association National Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
  2. Isaacs, A., Moran, C., & Rich, K. (2017, April). Bringing Computational Thinking into Elementary Mathematics. Presentation at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

2016

  1. Binkowski, T. A., & Rich, K. (2016, October). Using Computation to Define Computational Thinking. Presentation at the Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Peoria, IL.
  2. Isaacs, A. (2016, October). Computer Science for All: Lessons Learned from Mathematics. Presentation at the Joint conference of the Illinois council for Teachers of Mathematics and the Illinois Science Teachers Association, Peoria, IL.

Posters


  1. Isaacs, A. (2019, October). Fractions + Computational Thinking (with Scratch). Poster presented at the 2019 Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ICTM) Annual Meeting, Peoria, IL.
  2. Strickland, C., Rich, K., Liao, Y.-C. J., Eatinger, D., Franklin, D., & Isaacs, A. (2019, April). Intentionality in elementary programming: From debugging to planning. Poster presented at the inaugural Symposium on Computer Science and Learning Sciences, Evanston, IL. [View "Intentionality in elementary programming" poster]
  3. Lash, T. (2019, March). Building Trust in Computer Science Research-Practice Partnerships: A Theme Study. Poster presented at the 50th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group for Computer Science Education National Conference (SIGCSE), Minneapolis, MN. [View "Building Trust" poster]
  4. Rich, K. M., Binkowski, T. A., Strickland, C., & Franklin, D. (2018, August). Decomposition: A K-8 Computational Thinking Learning Trajectory. Poster presented at the 2018 ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research (ICER), Espoo, Finland.
  5. Rich, K. M., Strickland, C., Binkowski, A., Moran, C., & Franklin, D. (2017, August). K-8 Learning Trajectories Derived from Research Literature: Sequence, Repetition, Conditionals. Poster presented at the 2017 ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research (ICER), Tacoma, WA.
  6. Rich, K., Pokimica, J., Wherfel, Q., Strickland, C., & Moran, C. (2017, April). Building Mathematics + Computational Thinking Trajectories From Existing Literature. Poster presented at the 2017 American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
  7. Israel, M., Lash, T., & Reese, G. (2017, March). Emerging learning progressions in K-5 integrated mathematics and computer science lesson plans. Poster presented at the 48th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group for Computer Science Education National Conference (SIGCSE), Seattle, WA.
  8. Israel, M., Pokimica, J., Wherfel, Q., & Reese, G. (revised and resubmitted). Integrating computer science into elementary mathematics: Cross-case analysis of classroom implementation. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education.