The National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) has formed a search committee for the next Division Director for its Division of Computing and Communication Foundations (CCF). Apply by September 28.
Roger Azevedo is a professor in the Department of Psychology at North Carolina State University.
Join NSF program officers for an informational webinar on the recently released DRK-12 Program solicitation. Register today for one of the following sessions: Thursday, August 31, 2-3pm EST Monday, September 11, 2-3pm EST Space is limited, and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Chad Dorsey is is President and CEO of the Concord Consortium. His professional experience ranges across the fields of science, education, and technology.
Data Science is an interdisciplinary field that seeks to derive insights and knowledge from the analysis of typically very large data sets.
Andrés Henríquez is Vice President of STEM Learning in Communities at the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI), where he leads the Queens 2020 initiative, a partnership between NYSCI and the local community.
Breanne Litts is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences and director of the Learn, Explore, Design (L.E.D.) Lab at Utah State University.
The Educational Gaming Environments (EdGE) group at TERC is studying how playing Zoombinis can help upper elementary and middle school learners build implicit computational thinking skills that teachers can leverage in formal instruction.
Jodi Asbell-Clarke is the director of the Educational Gaming Environments (EdGE) at TERC.
CIRCL staff and cyberlearning community members have been working together to finalize the Cyberlearning Community Report organized by CIRCL and co-authored by 19 members of the community. See the Cyberlearning Community Report page for a list of authors and key sections. The report, to be released this fall, is designed to communicate to broad audiences […]