This week's podcast features Jean Ryoo, a researcher at the UCLA Computer Science Equity Project. She reflects on how her work shapes effective pedagogical practices that promote academic engagement for students who have historically been denied access to quality computer science education. She also shares her past experience working at the Exploratorium, as well as her interview with a recent high school graduate who attended the Summer of CS. They explore how to attract youth to computer science, STEAM-related classes, and STEAM careers.
For more information about the California STEAM Symposium visit: steamcalifornia.org
For more information about the Summer of Computer Science visit: summerofcs.org
This week's podcast features Yamileth Shimojyo, a STEAM/Science Administrator at the Riverside County Office of Education. She reacts to a presentation on the power of thinking routines that was led by Justin Boner of Maker Ed, and shares how she has used these tools in her role.
Our first episode features Albert David Valderrama, an educator, as he shares reflections on his international career and his teacher credentialing program at Cal State University Long Beach. He also reacts to Dr. Kyndall Brown’s, the Executive Director of California Mathematics Project, presentation on Math Through the Lens of Social Justice. He also revisits Dr. Chris Emdin’s 2019 California STEAM Symposium Keynote presentation focused on the use of hip hop in education.