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Computer Science Education Research (CSER)

The Computer Science Education Research Group (CSER) promotes research and scholarship both in the field of Computer Science Education and the application of Computer Science to improve learning and teaching. The goal of CSER is to understand how we can improve the teaching and learning of computing within K-12 and tertiary contexts, and how contemporary issues, such as the use of new technologies, can impact upon the teaching and learning environment.

Research within the group includes projects that explore Active Learning Pedagogy, K-12 Digital Technologies Education, Computer Science Education Pedagogy, Computer Science Analytics, and Software Engineering Education. We welcome you to visit our CSER website to learn more about our latest research and news.

Computer Science Education Research

CSER Digital Technologies Education

CSER is home to the CSER Digital Technologies MOOC program, through which we provide open, free online professional learning in Digital Technologies for Australian teachers. We run a range of national F-10 Digital Technologies Education Programs, including free, online courses and resources, free professional learning events, PL-in-a-Box, and a national digital technology lending library. For more information head over to our Program website.

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