Computer Science Education Research (CS-ER) Awards recipients

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Tamara Pearson, Center of Excellence for Minority Women in STEM - Spelman College
Black Women Teaching Computer Science: The Intersection of Race and Gender and its Manifestation in the Classroom

Rhonda Tate, Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance
Co-designing a Computational Thinking Integration Toolkit (CT-IT) for Rural Special Educators and Paraprofessionals

Monica McGill, Anni Reinking, Angelica Thompson,
Meta-Synthesis of K-12 CS Education Reports in the US using the CAPE Equity Framework

Kathryn Hill, Research Alliance for New York City Schools
Why are So Many Schools Lagging? Examining and Addressing Barriers that Hinder School’s Progress Towards CS for All

AnnMarie Thomas, University of St. Thomas
Expanding Access to Computer Science Education for Deaf and DeafBlind Students

Stefanie Marshall, University of Minnesota
Do CS Heroes Wear CAPEs? An Analysis of State Policy Infrastructures Designed to Support Equity-Focused Computer Science Education

Amy J. Ko, University of Washington
Broadening Participation with CS Counternarratives

Derek Aguiar, University of Connecticut
Supporting Math and Science Teacher Learning to Address Societal Problems with Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

Jean Ryoo, University of California, Los Angeles
Understanding the CS Equity Impacts of LAUSD’s K-8 Professional Development

Jennifer Parham-Mocello, Oregon State University
Developing Teachers’ TPACK for CS Using Tabletop Games

Joshua Childs and Tia Madkins, The University of Texas at Austin
Where Does CS Education Reside? How School Leaders’ Support Equity-Focused CS Teaching and Learning

Kristina Tank, Iowa State University
Rethinking Circle Time (ReCT): Examining Equity through the Integration of Computational Thinking and Literacy in K-2 Classrooms

Melanie Williamson and Audrey Brock, Bluegrass Community & Technical College
What URM/Female High School Students Know (and Don’t Know) about Computer Science Careers

Mounia Ziat, Bentley University
Mediated Tactile Signing to Support Computer Science Education for K-12 Deafblind Students

Renee Fall, College of St Scholastica
Understanding Dual Credit to Expand Access to High-Quality Computer Science Education

Chrystalla Mouza, University of Delaware
Preparing Computationally Literate Pre-Service Teachers through Professional Development for Teacher Educators

Colleen M. Lewis, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Equitable Expansion of High School CS: Trends and Trade-offs Between and Within States

Jane Margolis, University of California, Los Angeles
Let’s Hear It from the Students: Students’ Identity, Agency, and Engagement in Introductory High School Computer Science Classrooms

Jayce R. Warner, The University of Texas at Austin
CS Equity Deep Dive: Examining the Correlates and Consequences of Access to and Participation in K-12 Computer Science Education

Tamara Pearson, Spelman College
Disrupting Mathematics as a Barrier to Computer Science through Summer Learning Opportunities

Anne Leftwich, Indiana University
National Computer Science Education Preservice Case Studies

Beryl Hoffman, Elms College; Barbara Ericson, University of Michigan; Jennifer Rosato, College of St. Scholastica
Transitioning from AP Computer Science Principles (CSP) to AP CS-A Java: Learning from CSP Successes

Jennifer Parham-Mocello, Oregon State University
Integrating CS Education into Teacher Education and K-12 Mathematics

Lauren Milne, Macalester College
Accessibility in Blockly: Touch Interaction Research

Myra. Bachrach, Gail Verdi, Patricia Morreale; Kean University
Improving the Outcomes of Hispanics in AP Computer Science

Rafi Santo and Dr. Leigh Ann DeLyser,
Achieving Equity in K12 Computer Science Implementations:Strategies, Obstacles and Opportunities at the District Level

Anne Leftwich, Indiana University Bloomington School of Education
Examining the Impact of Socially Relevant Problem-based Learning Curriculum at the Elementary Level: Students’ CS Interest/Knowledge and Teachers’ Implementation Needs

Carol Fletcher, University of Texas, Austin
Project ROCS (Rural Opportunities in CS)

Karen Brennan, Harvard University
CSforAll in Springfield MA: An Elementary CS/CT Curriculum Integration Pilot

Richards Adrion, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Transitioning from AP Computer Science Principles (CSP) to AP CS-A Java: Learning from CSP Successes

Yasmin Kafai, University of Pennsylvania
MADE (Music ArtDesign with Etextiles)