Tomoko M. Nakajima
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Putting Making into High School Computer Science Classrooms: Promoting Equity in Teaching and Learning with Electronic Textiles in Exploring Computer Science
DA Fields, Y Kafai, T Nakajima, J Goode, J Margolis
Equity & Excellence in Education 51 (1), 21-35, 2018
Teaching practices for making e-textiles in high school computing classrooms
DA Fields, YB Kafai, T Nakajima, J Goode
Proceedings of the 7th Annual Conference on Creativity and Fabrication in …, 2017
Stitching the Loop with Electronic Textiles: Promoting Equity in High School Students' Competencies and Perceptions of Computer Science
YB Kafai, DA Fields, DA Lui, JT Walker, MS Shaw, G Jayathirtha, ...
Proceedings of the 50th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science …, 2019
Does ap cs principles broaden participation in computing? an analysis of apcsa and apcsp participants
LJ Sax, KNS Newhouse, J Goode, M Skorodinsky, TM Nakajima, ...
Proceedings of the 51st ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science …, 2020
Transformative learning for computer science teachers: Examining how educators learn e-textiles in professional development
TM Nakajima, J Goode
Teachers and Teacher Education, 2019
Teachers’ approaches to mak (e) ing computing culturally responsive: Electronic-textiles in exploring computer science classes
TM Nakajima, J Goode
2019 Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering …, 2019
Growing Enrollments Require Us to Do More: Perspectives on Broadening Participation During an Undergraduate Computing Enrollment Boom
KJ Lehman, JR Karpicz, V Rozhenkova, J Harris, TM Nakajima
Proceedings of the 52nd ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science …, 2021
Can computing be diversified on “principles” alone? Exploring the role of AP computer science courses in students’ major and career intentions
LJ Sax, KNS Newhouse, J Goode, TM Nakajima, M Skorodinsky, ...
ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE) 22 (2), 1-26, 2022
Lighting up learning: Teachers' pedagogical approaches for mak (e) ing computing culturally responsive in electronic-textiles classrooms
TM Nakajima, J Goode
Computing in Science & Engineering 22 (5), 41-50, 2020
“Why isn’t this space more inclusive?”: Marginalization of racial equity work in undergraduate computing departments.
TM Nakajima, JR Karpicz, JA Gutzwa
Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2022
Beyond Race: Teacher-Student Fit in Urban Title I High Schools
TM Nakajima
SAGE, 2022
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