This is a week long data science pedagogy workshop for educators of underrepresented or underserved college students in data science. The workshop is virtual and will take place January 3-7, 2022. There is no cost for participation.
The goals of the workshop are to:
This workshop is organized by the Institute of Applied Computational Sciences at Harvard University.
The program committee:
The workshop structure is based on the format of a “flipped-classroom”. We ask that participants review the technical content (videos, slides etc) prior to each day, and work on hands-on activities during workshop sessions. There will be two workshop sessions per day. Each session will consist of hands-on activities centering around content exploration or pedagogy.
Morning Sessions: Participants will explore Deepnote notebooks that combine data science concepts together in ways that expose interesting properties.
Afternoon Session: Participants will discuss how to adapt existing materials or how to create new materials for teaching data science concepts to their own students.
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