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Research that helps teachers get with the (computer) program 

October 24, 2018   /   by Damian Cristodero

 

Don’t worry Virginia teachers, Amy Hutchison feels your pain and is here to help.

The associate professor at George Mason University and director of Mason’s Division of Elementary, Literacy and Secondary Education understands that teaching the new mandatory Standards of Learning for computer science in Virginia’s public schools can seem daunting to those who do not have a computer science background.

Students Typing at Their Computers

Researchers receive funding for partnership to implement inclusive computer science model of professional development   

August 30, 2021   

Amy Hutchison, Professor, Literacy and Reading, Anna S. Evmenova, Professor, Special Education and disAbility Research, Erdogan Kaya, Assistant Professor of Education, Jeff Offutt, Professor, Computer Science, Kelley Regan, Professor, Special Education and disability Research, and Boris Gafurov, Assistant Professor, Special Education, received funding from the National Science Foundation for: "A Partnership to Implement the Inclusive Computer Science Model of Professional Development and a Digital Platform for PK-6 Computer Science teaching for Students with Disabilities."