Evaluation) and Collecting Feedback (for Assessment)

•  How can learning of computational thinking be assessed?

•  What tools are needed to assess learning of computational thinking knowledge and capabilities? Which are available? What needs to be developed?

•  What roles should embedded assessments play? What other assessments are needed?

•  How can capabilities and skills of individuals be assessed when students are working collaboratively?

•  How should the education community measure the success of its efforts? How can we compare the strengths and weaknesses of different efforts?

•  What can be learned from efforts currently underway, and from efforts in our country and in other countries?


Paulo Blikstein, Stanford University

Christina Schwarz, Michigan State University

Mike Clancy, University of California Berkeley

Derek Briggs, University of Colorado, Boulder

Cathy Lachapelle, Museum of Science, Engineering is Elementary Project

Committee respondent: Janet Kolodner

2:30 PM-4:00 PM

Discussion and Wrap-up

•  Committee members summarize their individual reactions

•  Floor thrown open to other workshop participants for discussion

4:00 PM


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