Thursday, January 12, 2017

9:00 –  10:00 Welcome and Keynote: Why RPPs are essential to developing, scaling, and sustaining equity-oriented CS 4 All initiatives (Karen Hunter-Quartz, UCLA)

10:00 – 11:00 Perspectives from a district leader and a researcher: How RPPs advanced implementation efforts and knowledge building; How a lack of partnerships challenged scaling and sustainability (Dan Gallagher, Seattle Public Schools and Jane Margolis, UCLA )  

11:00 –  12:00 Models of Partnerships (NICs, DBIR, Alliances) (Bronwyn Bevan, University of Washington)

12:00 –  1:00 Lunch

1:30 –  4:00 Forming and maintaining RPPs (William Penuel, University of Colorado Boulder)

4:00 Adjourn

Friday, January 13, 2017

9:00 –  10:00 NSF CS For All RPP Solicitation: Q&A with Program Officers (Jan Cuny and Karen King, NSF)

10:00-12:00 Concurrent Hands-On Workshops on RPP Data Collection Methods

  •  Parallel Workshop 1: Hands on Implementation research workshop: Practical measures (Erin Henrick, Vanderbilt and June Ahn, New York University)

  • Parallel Workshop 2: Hands on implementation research workshop: Social Network Analysis (William Penuel, University of Colorado Boulder)

12:00 Adjourn