STELAR Webinar: NSF DCL Advancing Educational Innovations that Motivate and Prepare PreK-12 Learners for Computationally-Intensive Industries of the Future
On Monday, July 13, STELAR held a webinar on behalf of the National Science Foundation sharing details of the recently-released Dear Colleague Letter: Advancing Educational Innovations that Motivate and Prepare PreK-12 Learners for Computationally-Intensive Industries of the Future (NSF 20-101).
Speakers included Division Director for the Information & Intelligent Systems (CISE/IIS) Dr. Henry Kautz, CS for All Program Director Michael Ford, and ITEST Program Director Dr. Amy Wilson-Lopez, who provided additional detail on this opportunity to investigate promising educational approaches to motivate and prepare preK-12 learners for computationally-intensive industries of the future.
As a cross-cutting opportunity, responses to this DCL may be submitted to either the Computer Science for All (CSforAll: Research and RPPs) solicitation due on February 10, 2021, or the Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST) solicitation due on August 14, 2020.
The event recording appears below, and the presentation slides are available here.
View NSF Dear Colleague Letter for ITEST and CS for ALL in full screen.