Wednesday, April 13
11:30 AM-12:30 PM
Silver Pearl Ballroom 1

The Art of Teaching in the Digital Age: Using Technology, Engineering Practices, Computer Science, and Digital Literacy to Support the Construction of Scientific Knowledge & Computational Thinking.

Roundtable (F2F) ID: 59609
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    Jennifer Ponder
    The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB)
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    Amanda Cramer
    The University of Alabama at Birmingham
  3. Carla Marchant
    The University of Alabama at Birmingham
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    Loretta Donovan
    California State University, Fullerton

Abstract: This interactive session will highlight the framework and implementation data from a STEM elementary education methods course. In addition to aligning the course with the Three Dimensions of Learning outlined in the Next Generation Science Standards (2013), the presenters explicitly integrated Digital Literacy and Computer Science Standards (ALSDE, 2018 & CSTA, 2017) to enhance technological, content, and pedagogical knowledge for pre-service teachers. Learning experiences include 5E simulations, robotics, coding, and 3D models. Data, along with samples of integrated computer science projects from the course, will be presented to demonstrate the importance and possibilities that exist when an integrated curriculum model is used in science methods courses.

No presider for this session.


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