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Kristin Searle

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Name: Kristin Searle

Bio: Dr. Kristin Searle (she/her) is assistant professor of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences at Utah State University. Dr. Searle’s research focuses on how participating in making activities (like electronic textiles) can broaden young peoples’ sense of what computing is and who can do it, with a particular focus on the development of culturally responsive computing pedagogies. Dr. Searle has been internationally-recognized for her qualitative research in computing education, as the recipient of the 2015 John Henry Prize from the International Computing Education Research association. Her scholarship has appeared in Harvard Educational Review, Thinking Skills and Creativity, and the International Journal of Multicultural Education.

Country: United States

Affiliation: Utah State University

Personal website: https://itls.usu.edu/people/faculty/searle/

Research interests: K-12 computer science, teacher professional development, culturally responsive computing, equity, qualitative research

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ICER 2021 Program Committee Member in Program Committee within the Research Papers-track
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