Marina Bers

Eliot-Pearon Department of Child Study and Human Development Tufts University, Boston 
"Marina Bers"
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Laura M. Beals grad student 2011 Tufts
Jill M. Plevinsky grad student 2010-2012 Tufts
Clement L. Chau grad student 2014 Tufts
Elizabeth R. Kazakoff grad student 2014 Tufts
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Sullivan A, Bers MU. (2016) Girls, boys, and bots: Gender differences in young children's performance on robotics and programming tasks Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice. 15: 145-165
Portelance DJ, Bers MU. (2015) Code and tell: Assessing young children's learning of computational thinking using peer video interviews with ScratchJr Proceedings of Idc 2015: the 14th International Conference On Interaction Design and Children. 271-274
Strawhacker A, Bers MU. (2015) “I want my robot to look for food”: Comparing Kindergartner’s programming comprehension using tangible, graphic, and hybrid user interfaces International Journal of Technology and Design Education. 25: 293-319
Kazakoff ER, Bers MU. (2014) Put your robot in, put your robot out: Sequencing through programming robots in early childhood Journal of Educational Computing Research. 50: 553-573
Bers MU, Matas J, Libman N. (2013) Livnot U'Lehibanot, To Build and To Be Built: Making Robots in Kindergarten to Explore Jewish Identity Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education. 7: 164-179
Flannery LP, Bers MU. (2013) Let's dance the "Robot Hokey-Pokey!": Children's programming approaches and achievement throughout early cognitive development Journal of Research On Technology in Education. 46: 81-101
Sullivan A, Bers MU. (2013) Gender differences in kindergarteners' robotics and programming achievement International Journal of Technology and Design Education. 23: 691-702
Bers MU. (2012) Designing Digital Experiences for Positive Youth Development: From Playpen to Playground Designing Digital Experiences For Positive Youth Development: From Playpen to Playground. 1-216
Bers MU, Cantrell KA. (2011) Virtual worlds for children with medical conditions: Experiences for promoting positive youth development E-Health Communities and Online Self-Help Groups: Applications and Usage. 1-23
Bers MU. (2010) Beyond computer literacy: supporting youth's positive development through technology. New Directions For Youth Development. 2010: 13-23
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