Effectiveness of pre-college computing education; Introductory programming education (CS1/CS2); Broadening participation in computing and gaming; Assessment in computing education; History of computing, computing education, and computer games
To create more inclusive college classrooms that recognize the neurodiversity of students, UB has received a $293,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to build micro-credential training courses for computer science faculty.
WGRZ-TV reported that UB researchers have received a $293,000 National Science Foundation grant to fund neurodiversity training for computer science faculty. Faculty who complete the training will receive a micro-credential.
WBFO reports that UB learning scientists are using a $300,000 grant to create professional development that will teach professors how to best teach students with ADHD and other forms of neurodivergence.
Adrienne Decker, assistant professor in the newly formed Department of Engineering Education in UB’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, is participating in the 2019 STEM for All Video Showcase, a virtual poster competition being held this week, from May 13-20.