Past Conference Presentations

Grace Hopper Leadership Cohort workshop

Baltimore, MD, October 6, 2012

Mobilize and Big Data—Mobilizing for Innovative Computer Science Teaching and Learning
Presented by Joanna Goode, Kim Merino, Suyen Moncado-Machado

Grace Hopper K-12 Speed Dating Event

Baltimore, MD, October 6, 2012

Exploring Computer Science, Gail Chapman

CSIT panel

Irvine, CA, July 10, 2012
The ECS team presenting at CSIT 2012

The ECS team presenting at CSIT 2012

ECS through Inquiry—Teaching as Facilitation and Reflection, Gail Chapman, Joanna Goode, Kim Merino, Gilberto Sosa

CSIT workshop

Irvine, CA, July 9, 2012

Exploring Computer Science—Teaching with Inquiry, Gail Chapman and Joanna Goode

Digital Media and Learning Conference 2012

San Francisco, CA, March 1-3
Digital Media and Learning Conference 2012

Digital Media and Learning Conference 2012

Sessions were titled: Why and How We Work INSIDE Schools: The Exploring Computer Science Project and Democratizing Computer Science through Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in Urban Schools: Building on Students’ Funds of Knowledge and Community Cultural Wealth.
Presented by Vic Pacheco, Cliff Lee, John Landa, Jean Ryoo, Cueponcaxochitl Moreno Sandoval, EZ$ Harper, Jane Margolis

SIGCSE 2012

Raleigh, NC, February 29 – March 3

Exploring Computer Science – An Equitable Learning Model for Democratizing K-12 Computer Science Education and participation on the panel titled: Rediscovering the Passion, Beauty, Joy, and Awe: Making Computing Fun Again, part 5
Presented by Gail Chapman and Joanna Goode

 

CSTA CS & IT Symposium

New York, Summer 2011
Presentation at CS&IT 2011

Presentation at CS&IT 2011

Student Learning and Computational Thinking: How do you know they know?
Presented by Gail Chapman, Nora Comelli, Joanna Goode & Anthony Pagan
http://csta.acm.org/ProfessionalDevelopment/sub/Images_and_Other_Pages/OtherPages/CSIT11Presentations.html

CSTA CS & IT Symposium

Mountain View, CA (Google Campus), 2010

Bernier D., Goode J., Landa J., Pagan A., Schaefer S. — Exploring Computer Science: A University/K-12 Partnership to Increase Access to Engaging and College-Preparatory High School Computer Science

Look to the Future Conference

Edinburgh, Scotland (Heriot-Watt University), 2010

Margolis J., (with Fisher, A.) — Unlocking the Clubhouse: Women in Computing

CSTA CS & IT Symposium

San Antonio, TX, 2008

Goode, J. — Teaching Computer Science in Urban Schools

NSF Conference

Seattle, WA, 2008

Goode, J. & Ullah, T. — Beyond Programming: Developing a More Engaging College-Preparatory High School Computer Science Course. Presented at the Principal Investigator Meeting of Broadening the Participation in Computing

38th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education

Portland, OR, 2008

Goode, J. — Diversifying K-12 Computer Science Education: Lessons from the Field
Schnabel, R., Buell, D., Goode, J., Strother Moore, J., & Stephenson, C. — An Open Dialogue Concerning the State of Education Policy in Computer Science

CSTA CS & IT Symposium

Atlanta, GA, 2007

Goode, J. — Teaching Computer Science in Urban Schools

National Center for Women in Technology (NCWIT) Meeting

Boulder, CO, 2007

Schnabel, R. & Goode, J. — The AP Computer Science Test: Getting our House in Order

88th meeting of the American Educational Research Association

Chicago, IL, 2007

Margolis, J. — Opportunities and Challenges for Computer Science in Inner-City High Schools
Goode, J. — If you Build Teachers, Will Students Come?

6th Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing

San Diego, CA, 2006

Stephenson, C., Goode, J., Kelleher, K. & Hutton, M. — Practical Solutions for K-12 Education

2nd Annual International Conference for Teacher Education and Social Justice.

Waikiki, HI, 2005

Goode, J. — Desegregating Computer Science: Lessons from an Urban District

30th Annual Meeting of the Council of Black Administrators

Los Angeles, CA, 2005

Goode, J., Margolis, J., & Ullah, T. — Making Computer Science Accessible and Relevant in Urban Schools

85th Meeting of the American Educational Research Association

San Diego, CA, 2004

Margolis, J., Estrella, R., Goode, J., Holme, J. J., Nao, K. (Out of the Loop Research Team)
Virtual Jim Crow: The digital divide and high-status knowledge
— Technology Rich, Curriculum Poor

15th International Conference on Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education

Atlanta, GA , 2004

Goode, J. — What is Computer Science Anyway?: Deepening Urban Teachers’ Understandings of Computer Science and Working towards an Engaging Pedagogy