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Infusing Cooperative Learning into Computer Science Principles Courses to Pro...

NSF Awards: 1441045

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 9-12

In this video, we report on an NSF-sponsored multi-year effort to infuse cooperative learning (CL) structures into AP CS Principles classrooms to improve class participation and student learning. CL structures have been beneficial for both new and experienced teachers and across the curricula of the endorsed providers. Since AP CSP was designed to engage all learners, the CL structures used in our PD workshops and the CL resources designed by participating teachers in our project have the potential to positively impact all AP CSP classrooms. This video captures teacher testimonies and example lessons from our final teacher two-day workshop, held at the annual CSTA conference in Omaha, Nebraska, in July 2018.

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