1. Chris Orban
  2. http://youtube.com/c/STEMcoding
  3. Assistant Professor
  5. Ohio State University
  1. Richelle Teeling-Smith
  2. Assistant Professor
  4. University of Mount Union

STEMcoding Project

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 9-12, Undergraduate

The STEMcoding project has been a leader in developing computationally focused content for high school physics and physical science, as highlighted by our 2018 STEM for All video. That video discussed our "Physics of Video Games" hour of code activities and the STEMcoding youtube channel, which includes video tutorials featuring women and students from underrepresented groups. In this video we will highlight our unique approach to computational thinking and how coding activities integrated into these courses can reinforce traditional learning objectives. This latter goal is supremely important for the wider effort to integrate CS into STEM courses and we interview teachers who can comment on the efficacy of our curriculum in their classrooms.

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