Henrique Recognized at SIGCSE ’24

This weekend, CoRE Lab member and BSE PhD student Brendan Henrique won first place in the Graduate Student Research competition at SIGCSE 2024! Brendan reported his ongoing analysis of how K-12 teachers learn about critically conscious approaches to teaching computing across the curriculum. As part of this work, he designed and taught a summer course to teachers that couples explorations of ethics and justice in computing with specific computing concepts. His analysis draws from hundreds of data points including pre-service teachers’ reflections, problem sets, and lesson designs. You can see Brendan’s submission, and all of the excellent student competition entries, here.

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