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Concepts and Strategies Learned from Girls' Interactions with Computers Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Data from observations, focus interviews, symbolic representation interviews, and student art provide an aesthetic framework for studying young girls' interactions with computers and examining what may be unique about those exper  ... more
Women's Game Conference 2005 Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Abstract: The Game Initiative's Women's Game Conference focuses on women in the computer and video game industry. The conference program includes career paths for women in the industry, gender inclusive game design and women and g  ... more
Using Technology to Help Strike a Blow for Education and the Environment -- A Case Study in Real World Preservice Teacher Educat Teaching - Case Study
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Community-based Service Learning NEEDS
This paper, by Professor Beal at College of Education in NC State University follows a process used to build a meaningful service learning project that integrated all core subjects and the arts and enabled preservice teachers to  ... more
What Can Computer Science Learn from a Fine Arts Approach to Teaching? Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Abstract: Two pedagogical techniques of IT programs are compared, a traditionally taught computer science (CS) major and an IT certificate program using a fine arts approach to pedagogy. The latter graduates a higher percentage o  ... more
How Instruction Influences Attitudes of College Men and Women Towards Computers Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
American education and liberal arts college students were studied. About 60% chose to take a training course in microcomputers. The control group was an introductory psychology course for undergrads and graduate students; they rec  ... more
Mathematical Formalism as a Means of Occupational Closure in Computing - Why 'Hard' Computing Tends to Exclude Women Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
"In this paper the failure of equal opportunities initiatives in computing is discussed. Reasons for the increasing exclusion of women from the higher levels of computing are considered, together with the implications of this prob  ... more
Recruiting and Keeping Women Students and Faculty in Engineering: A Case Study of Women at the University of Virginia Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
Abstract: The University of Virginia (USA) did not admit undergraduate women into its College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering and Applied Science until 1970. Since that time the undergraduate engineering studen  ... more
ChemLinks Reference - Index/Link
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Chemistry NEEDS
The ChemLinks Coalition is a 5-year curriculum development project funded by the National Science Foundation's Division of Undergraduate Education as part of its "systemic change initiative" in undergraduate chemistry ed  ... more
On the Motive Power of Fire: The Epic of the Early Steam Engine Teaching - Case Study
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Mechanical Engineering NEEDS
This website is the documentation of an exhibition of working steam engineer models which took place from December 17, 1997 to January 8, 1998 at the Electrokinetics Gallery on Lafayette Street in New York City, under the auspices  ... more
The Effects of Sex, Age, and Computer Experience on Computer Attitudes Reference - Article/Document
(PreK-K - Continuing Education)
Computer Engineering ACM Women in Computing
This study examined the effects of computer experience, age, and sex on attitudes toward computers among 142 high school language arts students, 107 community college mathematics students, and 105 students living in dormitories a  ... more
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