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Research and Assessment on Synergistic Learning of Physics and Programming th...

NSF Awards: 1640199

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12

The Collaborative, Computational STEM (C2STEM) learning environment is based on a novel computational paradigm that combines visual programming with domain specific modeling languages (DSMLs) to promote discipline-specific (e.g., Physics, Marine Biology, Earth Science) computational modeling, while providing synergistic learning of discipline-specific and CS (CT) concepts and practices. C2STEM equips students with the ability to build computational models of STEM phenomena, simulate these models to understand behaviors, and apply them to problem solving tasks. Programming the step-by-step process of a model may not only support deeper learning in the STEM domain, but has been shown to help students develop CT skills as well!

PIs: Gautam Biswas, Ákos Lédeczi, Dan Schwartz, Shuchi Grover, and Kevin McElhaney 

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