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Dr. Beth Simon is a Teaching Professor in the Department of Education Studies. Her research interests lie in the areas of computing education and online and technology-enhanced teaching. Beth is currently involved in development of high school computing curriculum and the training and community needs of K-12 teachers wanting to bring computing education opportunities to their students. She has recently developed a Graduate Certificate program for K-12 Computer Science Education. Previously, Beth has studied the impacts of evidence-based active learning practices (e.g., Peer Instruction) on student outcomes in higher education, student conceptions of computing concepts, and novice computing students’ self-efficacy. Beth has served as the Faculty Advisor for Digital Learning in the UCSD Teaching + Learning Commons where she supported faculty and instructional staff in the use of technology to support their educational efforts both on-campus and through MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses).
|ICER 2020|| Session Chair of K-12 (part of Research Papers)|
A Longitudinal Evaluation of a Best Practices CS1
Program Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research Papers-track
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