Changing Culture in Robotics Classroom | NSF DRK12 Project 1418199

Presented Research Papers

Changing Culture in Robotics Classrooms is a collaborative research project between Carnegie Mellon’s Robotics Academy and the University of Pittsburgh’s Learning Research and Development Center. Directly below you will find papers that were presented as part of this project.


Flot, J., Friez, T., Schunn, C., Shoop, R., Witherspoon, E. (March 2016)
Can Computatonal Thinking Practices Be Taught in Robotcs Classrooms?
Presented at the International Technology and Engineering Education Conference, National Harbor, Washington DC.


Flot, J., Higashi, R., McKenna, J., Shoop, R., Witherspoon, E. (July 2016)
Using Model Eliciting Activities to Engage Students in Computational Thinking Practices
Presented at the High Impact Technology Exchange Conference (2016 HI TEC), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Flot, J., McKenna, J., Shoop, R. (2016)
Helping Students Build Conceptual Models – the Lost Manual
Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy, Pittsburgh, PA.

Additional Papers

You can find additional presentations and publications by Carnegie Mellon's Robotics Academy and University of Pittsburgh's Learning Research and Development Center at: