Examining Early Elementary Computer Science Identity Repertoires within a Curriculum: Implications for Epistemologically Pluralistic Identities
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In this episode I unpack Richard and Kayumova (2022) publication titled “Examining early elementary computer science identity repertoires within a curriculum: Implications for epistemologically pluralistic identities,” which analyzes how a curriculum can implicitly communicate what computer scientists do.
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02:13 Paper introduction
05:45 Conceptual framework and literature review
06:47 Critical discourse analysis
08:29 Framework and methodology
10:03 A CS person is someone who is able to solve a puzzle
12:51 A CS person is someone who persists through
13:22 A CS person is someone who is connected to their
15:31 A CS person is someone who works verbally with peers
21:38 If researchers were to analyze the discourse you use when teaching, what themes might emerge?
23:10 How might the curriculum developers respond to this article?
26:00 I think a big part of the critique is inherent in the epistemological underpinnings of the curriculum itself
27:09 Closing thoughts