PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS
Publications & Working Papers
Jean Ryoo, Tiera Tanksley, Cynthia Estrada, and Jane Margolis. 2020. Take space, make space: How students use computer science to disrupt and resist marginalization in schools. Computer Science Education. DOI: 10.1080/08993408.2020.1805284
Ryoo, J.J. & Tsui, K. (2020). What makes a “computer science person”? Minoritized students’ sense of identity in AP CSP classrooms. RESPECT Conference. Portland, OR.
Ryoo, J.J., Estrada, C., Tanksley, T., & Margolis, J. (2019). Connecting Computer Science Education to Students’ Passions: A Critical Step Toward Supporting Equity in CS Education. Working Paper
Presentations (Past and Forthcoming)
Morris, A. & Ryoo, J.J. with Santo, R., Vogel, S., Denner, J., Belgrave, C. (2020). Who Has a Seat at the Table in CSed? Rethinking Equity Through the Lens of Decision-making and Power in Computer Science Education Initiatives. SIGCSE Conference, Portland, OR.
Gopar N., Haley, K., Hernandez, R., Orellana R., Tirado, A., Ware, B., Morris, A. & Ryoo, J.J. (2020). Engagement, identity, and agency in computer science: Listening to the students themselves. SIGCSE Conference, Portland, OR. Video of panel available here.
Ryoo, J.J. & Tsui, K. (2020). What makes a “computer science person”? Minoritized students’ sense of identity in APCSP classrooms. RESPECT Conference. Portland, OR.
Ryoo, J.J. & Morris, A. (2019, December 12). LAUSD Instructional Technology Initiative Task Force Meeting Presentation. Invited speakers. Los Angeles, CA. Link to recording of presentation here.
Ryoo, J.J., Margolis, J., Estrada, C., & Tanksley, T. (2019, Oct). Insisting to be heard: Agency and identity in high school computer science classrooms. Poster presented at the Connected Learning Summit, Irvine, CA.
Ryoo, J.J. & Morris, A. (2019, September 27). Students’ voices: Prioritizing students’ voices in RPPs. NSF CSforAll PI Meeting. Washington, D.C.
Ryoo, J.J. (2019, April). Digital equity and computer science for all: Research addressing the normative, political, technical, and pedagogical dimensions of school reform. Invited speaker session, American Educational Research Association (AERA) Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Ryoo, J.J., Margolis, J., Estrada, C., Tanksley, T., Guest-Johnson, D., & Mendoza, S. (2019, April). Centering youth perspectives on agency in CS education. Poster Presentation in “CS for All: An intersectional approach to unpacking equity in computer science education.” American Educational Research Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Ryoo, J.J., Chapman, G., Flapan, J., Goode, J., Margolis, J., Ong, C., Estrada, C., Skorodinsky, M., Tanksley, T., Burge, J.D., Yamaguchi, R., McAlear, F., Scott, A., Martin, A., Koshy, S., Bobb, K., Diaz, L. (2019, March 1). Going beyond the platitudes of equity: Developing a shared vision for equity in computer science education. Panel Presentation. SIGCSE Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
Ryoo, J.J., Margolis, J., Estrada, C., Tanksley, T., Guest-Johnson, D., & Mendoza, S. (2019, Feb. 27). Student voices: Equity, identity, and agency in CS Classrooms. Poster Presentation. RESPECT Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
Margolis, J., Ryoo, J.J., Flapan, J. (2018, October 4). Equity in Computer Science Education. Instructional Technology Initiative Task Force Meeting. Los Angeles Unified School District.