1. Diana Franklin
  2. http://www.cs.uchicago.edu/~dmfranklin
  3. Director of Computer Science Education, Research Associate Professor
  5. University of Chicago, UChicago STEM Education
  1. Maya Israel
  2. https://education.ufl.edu/faculty/israel-maya/
  3. Associate professor
  5. University of Florida
  1. Carla Strickland
  2. Digital Development Manager
  4. UChicago STEM Education

Learning Trajectories for Everyday Computing (LTEC)

NSF Awards: 1742466

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades K-6

The Learning Trajectories for Everyday Computing (LTEC) project has progressed from developing LTs to using them to design a curriculum as a vehicle for research about integrating Math + CT instruction. Action Fractions is a 3rd and 4th grade integrated curriculum that builds fractions knowledge and CS/CT skills through approximately 12 hours of instruction in each year. We describe our motivation, our curriculum, and how we will use the development and deployment of our curriculum to further research in Math+CT integration. 

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