Hodges serves as editor for book on computational thinking

Chuck Hodges, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Leadership, Technology, and Human Development, co-edited a book with Peter J. Rich, Ph.D. that brings together emerging research around computational thinking in regards to K-12 and higher education. “Emerging Research, Practice, and Policy on Computational Thinking” addresses the addition of topics such as coding and other computational skills to school curricula and investigates how these skills can be taught and its resulting effects on learning throughout a student’s education.

Alumna Cristal Jones-Harris, Ed.D. (‘10) and professor Greg Chamblee, Ph.D., of the Department of Teaching and Learning authored a chapter in the book titled, “Understanding African-American Students’ Problem-Solving Ability in the Precalculus and Advanced Computer Science Classroom.”

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