Digital Promise is working with schools and districts across the nation to integrate computational thinking across the curriculum.
Learn more about our projects:
- Computational Thinking for Next Generation Science: In this Challenge Collaborative, Digital Promise is working with over 80 teachers from five school districts across the United States to develop resources that support teachers to integrate computational thinking in ways that enhance middle school science instruction.
- Computational Thinking Pathways: In this Challenge Collaborative, Digital Promise is working with three school districts to co-design implementation pathways to integrate computer science and computational thinking into K-12 classrooms.
- Tough as Nails: Tough as Nails is a research-practitioner partnership wIth the goal of establishing a clear, competency-based K-8 pathway in which computing and computer science principles are offered to two of Kentucky’s most underserved, rural school districts.
- Next Generation of Problem Solvers: This project will develop a learning blueprint for early childhood (PreK-K). Our work involves co-designing with teachers and parents, and learning what supports teachers and parents need to implement computational thinking skills and practices both at home and school.
- Science Projects Integrating Computing and Engineering (SPICE): This project aims to develop a multi-week, upper elementary curriculum unit integrating Earth science, engineering, and computational modeling. The project will develop teacher resources that support successful implementation of the unit and collect evidence of the promise of effectiveness of the curriculum materials.