Vote for AccessCSforAll in the STEM for All Video Showcase!
Once again this year, AccessCSforAll is participating in the STEM for All Video Showcase. The Showcase, which runs from May 14-21 highlights work being done by federally-funded programs to transform STEM education. This year, the AccessCSforAll submission will bring attention to including students with disabilities in K-12 computer science education by highlighting a blind student programming a robot using Blocks4All. Blocks4All, developed by UW CSE graduate student Lauren Milne, explores techniques to make block-based programming accessible to students who are blind.
Check out our video, join the conversation, and cast your vote: Accessible Programming with Blocks4All
While you're there, check out other videos related to disability and from our partners:
- Inventing, Designing, and Engineering on the Autism Spectrum
- Providing Equitable Access to Computing Education in MS
- IE Capstone Projects to Benefit Adults with Disabilities
- Project TACTIC: Teaching All Computational Thinking Through Inclusion and Collaboration
- APLU INCLUDES: Broadening Participation Within STEM Faculty
- Project ESCOLAR
- Doing the Math with Paraeducators
- Expanding Computing Education Pathways
- RAISE: STEM Career Development for Incarcerated Youth
- Teaching Mathematics to Struggling Learners