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Friday, October 6 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Cultivating Computational Thinking: Developing Computational Identities Through Scratch and Apps

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Cultivating Computational Thinking: Developing Computational Identities Through Scratch and Apps
Provocation: How do we increase youth participation and inquiry in coding literacies? What identities are youth afforded by participation in Scratch and App development?
Discussant: Victor Lee
Abstracts: Are available here and are attached as a resource file below. 


Engaging Children in Creating, Thinking, and Learning with Data

Sayamindu Dasgupta, University of Washington

Gender Differences in Patterns of Project Sharing on the Scratch Online Programming Community
Emilia Gan, University of Washington

Supporting Youth in Harnessing their Interest in Computer Coding to Envision Careers in ComputerScience
Crystle Martin, Digital Media and Learning Hub

Empowering Youth Through Mobile Computing with MIT App Inventor
Mike Tissenbaum, Massachusetts Institute of Technology




Moderators
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Victor Lee

Associate Professor, Utah State University

Speakers
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Sayamindu Dasgupta

Postdoctoral fellow, University of Washington
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Emilia Gan

Graduate Student, University of Washington, Paul G Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering
Emilia Gan is a second year student in the Paul G Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington, Seattle. Her current research examines gender differences in participation on online programming platforms. Feel free to chat with her about 1) Teaching... Read More →
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Crystle Martin

Researcher, University of California, Irvine
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Mike Tissenbaum

Research Scientist, MIT



Friday October 6, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
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