Linking implementation and research to enhance program, design, execution, and learning
Focusing on implementation, this year's Knowledge Forum we will seek to determine how researchers could enhance the quality of K12 CS program implementation through the use of logic models, applying theoretical perspective to their research.
There is often little connection between research and classroom practice in K-12 Education. To address this problem, attendees at the Knowledge Forum will:
- Explore diverse examples of K12 CS being implemented in schools;
- Hear from experts on implementation science and program evaluation to learn about the crux of program effectiveness: designing comprehensive logic models, and assessing and learning from fidelity of implementation;
- Engage with each other to design and produce concrete logic models for their own CS education research in the effort to better connect research to implementation. These individual logic models will be combined to form a meta model for K12 CS education for all students.
Date and Location
Friday, April 7, 9:00am to 4:00pm ET
NYC Midtown East (exact location to be disclosed with confirmed attendees via email)
To indicate your interest in attending the event, please complete the interest form by Wednesday, February 15.
- We will reach out to you by March 1, at the latest, to confirm your attendance and/or request additional information to finalize your registration for the event. Space is limited.
- We are seeking funding to support travel from outside the Tri-State area. If you cannot attend without funding, please register so we are aware of your interest. We will follow up accordingly.
- For those planning to be in NYC or to arrive the evening prior, we will be hosting a CSNYC Education Meetup for educators focused on research on Thursday, April 6 at 6pm ET.