Papers

LTEC

  1. Rich, K., Strickland, C., Binkowski, A., Franklin, D. 2019. A K-8 Debugging Learning Trajectory Derived from Research Literature, To appear in SIGCSE '19 Proceedings of the 2019 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Minneapolis, MN, February.

  2. Rich, K. M., Binkowski, T. A., Strickland, C., & Franklin, D. (2018). Decomposition : A K-8 computational thinking learning trajectory. In Proceedings of the 2018 ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research (pp. 124–132). ACM.

  3. Rich, K. M., Strickland, C., Binkowski, A., Moran, C., and Franklin, D. K-8 Learning Trajectories Derived from Research Literature: Sequence, Repetition, ConditionalsICER '17 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM International Conference on Computer Education Research, Tacoma, WA, August 2017. Best paper award.

  4. Rich, K., Strickland, C., Franklin, D. A Literature Review through the Lens of Computer Science Learning Goals Theorized and Explored in Research SIGCSE '17 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Seattle, WA, March 2017.

COMPREHENDING CODE

  1. Salac, J., White, M., Wang, A., Franklin, D. 2019. An Analysis through an Equity Lens of the Implementation of Computer Science in K-8 Classrooms in a Large, Urban School District To appear in SIGCSE '19 Proceedings of the 2019 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Minneapolis, MN, February.

DEPICT

  1. Danielle B. Harlow, Hilary A. Dwyer, Alexandria K. Hansen, Ashley O. Iveland, and Diana M. Franklin. 2018. Ecological Design-Based Research for Computer Science Education: Affordances and Effectivities for Elementary School Students. In Cognition and Instruction. Pages 1-23. Published online: 10 Sep 2018.

  2. Weintrop, D., Hansen, A., Harlow, D., and Franklin, D. 2018. Starting from Scratch: Outcomes of Early Computer Science Learning Experiences and Implications for What Comes Next. In Proceedings of the 2018 ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research (ICER '18). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 142-150.

  3. Franklin, D., Skifstad, G., Rolock, R., Mehrotra, I., Ding, V., Hansen, A., Weintrop, D., Harlow, D.Using Upper-Elementary Student Performance to Understand Conceptual Sequencing in a Blocks-based Curriculum SIGCSE '17 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Seattle, WA, March 2017.

  4. Hansen, A., Dwyer, H., Iveland, A., Talesfore, M., Wright, L., Harlow, D., Franklin, D. Assessing Children's Understanding of the Work of Computer Scientists: The Draw-a-Computer-Scientist Test SIGCSE '17 Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Seattle, WA, March 2017.

  5. Hansen, A., Dwyer, H., Franklin, D., Harlow, D. What is a Computer Scientist? Developing the Draw-A-Computer-Scientist Test for Elementary School Students2016 AERA Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 2016.

  6. Hansen, A., Franklin, D., Harlow, D. User-Centered Design in Block-Based Programming: Developmental & Pedagogical Considerations for Children ACM SIGCHI Interactive Design for Children, Manchester, UK, June 2016.

  7. Franklin, D., Hill, C., Dwyer, H., Iveland, A., Hansen, A., Harlow, D. Initialization in Scratch: Seeking Knowledge TransferProceedings of the Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), SIGCSE 2016, Memphis, TN, March 2016.

  8. Hansen, A., Dwyer, H., Hansen, C., Franklin, D., Harlow, D. Differentiating for Diversity: Using Universal Design for Learning in K-6 Computer Science EducationProceedings of the Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), SIGCSE 2016, Memphis, TN, March 2016.

  9. Dwyer, H., Hill, C., Hansen, A., Iveland, A., Franklin, D., Harlow, D. Fourth Grade Students Reading Block-Based Programs: Predictions, Visual Cues, and Affordances. In Proceedings of the International Computing Education Research Conference, ICER 2015, Omaha, NB, August 2015.

  10. Hansen, A., Dwyer, H., Hill, C., Iveland, A., Martinez, D., Harlow, D., Franklin, D. Interactive Design by Children: A Construct Map for Programming. In Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Interaction Design and Children, Short paper, Boston, MA, June 2015.

  11. Hansen, A., Iveland, A., Dwyer, H. Franklin, D. and Harlow, D. (in press). Programming science digital stories: Computer science and engineering design in the science classroom. In Science and Children.

  12. Harlow, D., Dwyer, H., Leak, A., Killian, A., Hill, C., Iveland, A., Franklin, D., (in press). Computer programming in Elementary and Middle School: Connections across Content. In Improving K-12 STEM educational outcomes through technological integration, Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

  13. Dwyer, H., Hill, C., Iveland, A., Killian, A., Franklin, D., Harlow, D. Programming Languages and Discourse: Investigating the Linguistic Context in Learning Computer Science during Elementary School In 2015 AERA Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, May 2015.

  14. Hill, C., Dwyer, H., Martinez, T. Iveland, A., Killian, A., Harlow, D., Franklin, D., Floors and Flexibility: Designing a programming environment for 4th-6th grade classrooms. In Proceedings of the Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), Kansas City, MO, March 2015. 

  15. Franklin, D., Hill, C., Dwyer, H., Iveland, A., Killian, A., Harlow, D. Getting Started in Teaching and Researching Computer Science in the Elementary Classroom SIGCSE '15 Proceedings of the 46th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education Kansas City, MO, March 2015.

  16. Dwyer, H., Hill, C., Patterson, S., Harlow, D., Franklin, D., Identifying Elementary Students' Pre-Instructional Ability to Develop Algorithms and Step-by-Step Instructions, In Proceedings of the Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE), Atlanta, GA, March 2014.​

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