Google seeking input on next directions in CS Education Research

April 19, 2017 at 7:00 am 5 comments

Please follow the survey link below to give feedback to Google on what you think is important in CS education research.

We are collecting input to inform the direction of Google’s computer science (CS) education research in order to better support the field.  As researchers, educators, and advocates working in the field everyday, your input is extremely valued.  Please complete this survey by Sunday, April 23.  Feel free to share this survey with others who may be interested in sharing their insights.

Thank you,
Jennifer, on behalf of Google‘s CS Education Research & Evaluation team

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  • 1. alanone1  |  April 19, 2017 at 12:14 pm

    Hi Mark

    Did you look at this survey? It is almost completely aimed at what Google already wants to do — not much! — in a few limited areas, none of which have much to do with the most important issues in education (even CS education).

    • 2. Mark Guzdial  |  April 19, 2017 at 2:24 pm

      I did look at that, and I talked to folks at Google about it before I posted it. Yes, it’s about what Google wants to do, and wants advice about which path they should take. I did press the folks I talked to about going after more areas. We’ll see where they’ll go in the future.

      • 3. alanone1  |  April 19, 2017 at 4:15 pm

        Just to see what might happen, I filled it out and left them my email address for a followup. I’m curious to see whether they follow up …

  • […] over to Mark Guzdial’s Computing Education Blog for a link to a survey from Google’s computer science education research team. They are […]

  • 5. Christophe Meudec  |  April 20, 2017 at 4:09 am

    Be good to know if the survey’s data will be freely available.


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