EDTE 193 - Introduction to Emancipatory Approaches to Computing
To center equity and justice in computer science education, teachers explore the social, cultural, ethical, and legal impacts of computing from the perspectives of individuals, schools, teachers, students, and the global community. They gain an understanding of the landscape of equity and justice issues related to computer science education; develop critical thinking skills about computing and related technologies; and begin to reimagine computer science education and the design of curricular resources to help students create a more just future.
Course may be repeated for credit for a maximum of 6 units
Grading: Letter Graded
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