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  1. James Lester
  2. https://www.cei.ncsu.edu/people/lester/
  3. Director and Distinguished Professor
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  5. North Carolina State University, Center for Educational Informatics
  1. Megan Frankosky
  2. https://www.cei.ncsu.edu/people/rmhardy/
  3. Research Psychologist
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  5. North Carolina State University, Center for Educational Informatics
  1. Eric Wiebe
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  3. Interim Associate Dean for Research and Professor
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  5. North Carolina State University, Friday Institute for Educational Innovation

Engage

NSF Awards: 1138497

2016 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 6-8

The Engage project focused on the design, development, and evaluation of a middle grades implementation of the CS Principles course situated within an immersive game-based learning environment. Engage had the dual objective of investigating how to best support computational thinking and to broaden participation in computing for middle school students with game-based learning.

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