Authors: Qiuming Zhu, Harvey Siy, Jong-Hoon Youn, Neal Grandgenett and Elliott Ostler
Abstract: This paper describes a project engaging high school teachers to the development of Problem-Based Learning (PBL) modules and course materials to infuse computer science principles to the existing STEM curricula. The project involves training teachers in a research environment to design personalized implementation plan (PIP) of lesson modules to translate their research experience to their classrooms. The course materials and lesson modules are aimed at exciting and stimulating the interest and knowledge of students in computer science education and career pathway.
Keywords: Problem-based Learning, Computing Everywhere, personalized implementation plan; Research Experience for Teachers