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Starting from scratch: Developing a pre-service teacher training program in computational thinking
N Bean, J Weese, R Feldhausen, RS Bell
2015 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE), 1-8, 2015
892015
STEM outreach: Assessing computational thinking and problem solving
JL Weese, R Feldhausen
2017 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, 2017
592017
Increasing student self-efficacy in computational thinking via STEM outreach programs
R Feldhausen, JL Weese, NH Bean
Proceedings of the 49th ACM technical symposium on computer science …, 2018
582018
The impact of STEM experiences on student self-efficacy in computational thinking
JL Weese, R Feldhausen, NH Bean
242016
Minimum time, maximum effect: Introducing parallel computing in cs0 and stem outreach activities using scratch
R Feldhausen, S Bell, D Andresen
Proceedings of the 2014 Annual Conference on Extreme Science and Engineering …, 2014
122014
Bringing a Visual Memory Model to VS Code
M Schwartz, NH Bean, JL Weese, R Feldhausen
Proceedings of the 55th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science …, 2024
2024
Creating University CS Teacher Preparation Programs
M Friend, J Rosato, N Bean, R Feldhausen, J Weese
Proceedings of the 55th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science …, 2024
2024
Engaging Rural Populations in Computer Science
NH Bean, R Feldhausen, JL Weese, M Friend
Proceedings of the 55th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science …, 2024
2024
Mission to Mars: a computer science curriculum for middle school STEM camps
RA Feldhausen
Kansas State University, 2018
2018
Minimum time, maximum effect: introducing parallel computing in CS0 and STEM outreach activities using Scratch
D Andresen, R Feldhausen, S Bell
2014
Introducing HPC and Multi-Threaded Computing to Middle School Girls Using Scratch
R Feldhausen, S Bell, DA Andresen
Introducing HPC to Young Students
R Feldhausen, S Bell, DA Andresen
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