UTeach CS Principles Research and Presentations

UTeach CS is part of The University of Texas at Austin, a Tier 1 research university. This history of research and leadership in the academic community is fully present at UTeach CS. Below are references for research, presentations, reports and proceedings by UTeach CS staff or about UTeach CS programs. 

Beth, B., Lin, C., & Veletsianos, G. (2015, November). Training a diverse computer science teacher population. ACM Inroads, 6(4), 94–97.

Beth, B. G. (2016, October). UTeach CS Principles: Supporting teachers new to inquiry-based computer science. Hands-on workshop at the 3rd annual Arkansas Computer Science Education Leadership Summit, Russellville, AR.

Beth, B. G. (2017, February). UTeach CSP. Working session for current UTeach CS Principles teachers at the WeTeach_CS Mini-Conference, Austin, TX.

Beth, B. G., & Beth, A. D. (2016, May). UTeach CSP: A project-based AP Computer Science Principles course for all high school teachers and students. Interactive presentation at the 10th annual UTeach Conference, Austin, TX.

Beth, B. G., & DeGraff, M. (2017, January). UTeach CS Principles: Broadening participation through K–12 computer science education and teacher professional learning and support. Hands-on workshop at the 10th annual Texas STEM Conference, Dallas, TX.

Beth, B. G., & Mickel, J. (2016, March). K–12 teacher support for Computer Science Principles: An introduction to the UTeach course, Thriving in Our Digital World: AP. Workshop at the annual conference of the Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education, Memphis.

Beth, B. G., & Moreland, A. (2017, March). UTeach CS Principles: Broadening participation through K–12 computer science education and teacher professional learning and support. Hands-on workshop in Proceedings of the 2017 ACM SIGCSE Technical symposium on Computer Science Education. New York: ACM.

Burd, M. (2017). Evaluation report of UTeach CS project: teachers’ professional development & implementation, summer 2017. Retrieved May 4, 2018, from https://cs.uteach.utexas.edu/sites/default/files/UTeach-CS-Annual-Evaluation-Report-Sept2017.pdf

Cannady, J. & DeGraff, M. (2017, May). UTeach CSP: A Project-Based AP Computer Science Principles Course for All High School Teachers and Students. Presentation for UTeach Conference, Austin, TX.

Cannady, J. (2017, June). Equitable learning through inquiry: UTeach CS Principles. Workshop at the annual conference of the Computer Science Teachers Association, Baltimore, MD.

Cannady, J. (2018, July). Project-Based Activities for AP Computer Science Principles. Presentation for AP Annual Conference, Houston, TX.

Cannady, J. (2018, July). Engage Students in Computer Science with UTeach CS Principles! Presentation for CSTA Conference, Omaha, NE.

DeGraff, M. (2017, January). UTeach CS Principles. Presentation at the Future of Education Technology Conference: CS Firehose, Orlando, FL.

DeGraff, M. (2017, February). UTeach CS. Hands-on workshop at the WeTeach_CS Mini-Conference, Austin, TX.

Garcia, D. D., Gray, J., Morelli, R., Astrachan, O., Lin, C., desJardins, M., Brown, B., Beth, B., & Sridhar, N. (2015, March). Computer Science Principles curricula: on-the-ground, adoptable, adaptable, approaches to teaching. In Proceedings of the 46th ACM technical symposium on Computer Science Education (ACM/SIGCSE), pp. 176–177, Kansas City, MO: ACM. 

Kariuki, D. K. (2016, July). Expanding computer science at your school through AP Computer Science Principles. Panel at the AP Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Kariuki, D. K. (2016, July). UTeach CS Principles. Curriculum flash talk at the AP Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA.

Kariuki, D. K., & Mickel, J. (2016, June). UTeach CS Principles. Presentation at the Firehose premeeting of the annual conference for the International Society for Technology in Education, Denver, CO.

Marder, M. (2017). UTeach Computer Science Principles and Underrepresented Students. Retrieved April 6, 2018, from https://medium.com/@uteachinstitute/uteach-computer-science-principles-andunderrepresented-students-f1c445df638d.

Marder, M. (2017). Technical note on UTeach Computer Science Principles and Underrepresented Students. Retrieved November 28, 2018 from https://uteach.utexas.edu/sites/default/files/uteach-csp-underrepresented-students-tech-note.pdf.

Mickel, J., & Hughes, K. (2016, February). Thriving in Our Digital World: AP. Presentation at The University of Texas at Austin's STEM Education Center's Computer Science Principles MiniConference, Austin, TX.

Moreland, A., & Fletcher, C. (2016, June). AP CS Principles and UTeach CS. Presentation at the Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching, San Antonio, TX.

Ramsey, C., Cannady, J., & DeGraff, M. (2018, February). Closing the gender and underrepresented minority gap in CS: UTeach Computer Science Principles AP assessment results. Poster presented at SIGCSE, Baltimore, MD.

Ramsey, C. (2018). Project Based Learning (PBL) for Equity in CS Classes. Session presented at the WeTeach_CS Summit, Austin, Texas. 

Veletsianos, G., Beth, B., & Lin, C. (2016, March). CS teacher experiences with educational technology, problem-based learning, and a CS Principles curriculum. In Proceedings of the 47th ACM technical symposium on Computer Science Education (ACM/SIGCSE), Memphis, TN: ACM. 

Veletsianos, G., Beth, B., Lin, C., & Russell, G. (2016, July). Design principles for Thriving in Our Digital World, a high school computer science course. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 54, 443–461.