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Using a Research-Practitioner Partnership approach to developing a shared eva...

NSF Awards: 1745199

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades K-6, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, Adult learners

CS Education researchers have used old methodologies since the beginning of the field, but with Research Practice Partnerships, and a connected community of peer projects around the country, a new way is available. RPPs create an opportunity for a more democratic research process by centering problems of practice and elevating practitioners into leadership roles in the projects. An iterative research cycle with connections to research project peers around the country paves the way for research that is more timely, more relevant, and more useful in the computer science classrooms of today. In this video we will capture the ever expanding capacity in RPP projects for greater partnership, and will share successes in nurturing this connected community of practice.

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