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Poster Submissions

We received great response to the call for high-quality poster submissions describing recent or ongoing research at the intersection of Computer Science and the Learning Sciences. Accepted poster abstracts will be made available on the symposium website, and prizes will be awarded to the best student poster submissions. At the symposium poster session, finalist poster awards will be selected by a jury and symposium attendees. We look forward to an exceptional poster session representing the breadth and diversity of the field.

Posters Chair

Michael Horn, Northwestern University

Important Dates

Posters Selected for Poster Session

The following posters will be judged during the poster session on Sunday evening, April 28. Finalist posters will be displayed on April 29.

  1. Mike Eisenberg Remembrance
  2. Leveraging Social Robots as a Creativity Support Tool for Young Children
    Safinah Ali, MIT
  3. Social Circuits: Sizing up Physical Computing
    Gabriella Anton, Northwestern University
  4. Bringing Powerful Ideas to Middle School Students’ Lives Through Agent-based Modeling
    Umit Aslan, Northwestern University
  5. Programming and New Ways of Thinking – Analyzing Student Data
    Connor Bain, Northwestern University
  6. Distinguishing Informal Languages Within Reddit
    Alexander Brooks, Wisconsin
  7. Understanding Iterative Planning
    Spencer Carlson, Northwestern University
  8. Supporting a Teacher’s Integration of CT in a Biology Class by Co-designing an ESM (Emergent Systems Microworlds) - Based Curricular Unit
    Sugat Dabholkar, Northwestern University 
  9. How Do Students Talk about Intelligence? An Investigation of Motivation, Self-efficacy, and Mindsets in Computer Science
    Jamie Gorson, Northwestern University
  10. Hackathons: Belonging, Persistence, Success
    Caroline Hardin, Wisconsin
  11. Measuring Computing PCK: Challenges and Opportunities
    Aleata Hubbard, West Ed
  12. The Coded Stitch: A Synthesis of Research on Electronic Textiles in Computer Science Education
    Gayithri Jayathirtha, University of Pennsylvania
  13. Applications of Multimodal Learning Analytics: Bringing Computing with Play
    Stephanie Jones, Northwestern University
  14. Exploring Parents’ Perceived Barriers in Engaging Their Children in STEM Programs
    Bo Ju, Depaul University
  15. Co-designed Agent-based Modeling Lessons for Learning Diffusion in Materials Science
    Jacob Kelter, Northwestern University
  16. Designing Collaborative Museum Games for Engaging Computational Thinking Practices
    Vivesh Kumar, Wisconsin
  17. Designing Embodied Participatory Simulations for Collaboratively Understanding and Building Sustainable Complex Systems
    Vivesh Kumar, Wisconsin
  18. De-coding Novice Programmer Thinking
    Nick La Grassa, Northwestern University
  19. Deliberative Discussion Systems for Collective Action
    Kristine Lu, Northwestern University
  20. Subgoal Labels Effect on Problem Solving Processes in CS1
    Lauren Margulieux, Georgia State University
  21. Changing Minds: Short Intervention to Shift Process Schemas
    Kit Martin, Northwestern University
  22. Chicago Alliance for Equity in Computer Science (CAFÉCS): Cycles of Improvement
    Steven McGee, The Learning Partnership
  23. Designing Assistive Technologies for People with Language Impairments (Aphasia) to Support Agency and Acceptance
    Mmachi G. Obiorah, Northwestern
  24. Lattice Land: Supporting Computational Thinking and Mathematical Habits of Mind in a High School Geometry Classroom
    Christina Pei, Northwestern University
  25. Designing for Equitable Access and Engagement in Computational Making
    Kay Ramey, Northwestern University
  26. Intentionality in Elementary Programming: From Debugging to Planning
    Carla Strickland, University of Chicago
  27. Hip-Hop Hack-a-Thon
    Izaiah Wallace, Northwestern University
  28. The Path to Scratch Encore: An RPP Between Chicago Public Schools, University of Chicago, and University of Maryland
    David Weintrop, Maryland
  29. Proposing a Rubric-based In-game Self Playful Assessment Model
    Yilang Zhao, Wisconsin

Presentation of Posters at the Symposium 

For accepted posters, at least one of the poster authors must attend the symposium and present the poster.


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