Computer Science For All Haitian (CS4ALL-H)
is a collaborative research project between Auburn University and The Children
Heritage Foundation (tCHF) funded by Auburn University, tCHF, and Microsoft
Fuse Research Lab.
CS4ALL-H proposes a pilot test of
the custom curriculum developed for children grades 7-9 from Flore Elementary school, in Simon, Les Cayes, Haiti. 70 students will be included in the 2015-2016 pilot.
The project curriculum is composed
of two modules: "Digital Literacy" and "Introduction to Computer Science with Kodu and CS Unplugged":
The CS4All-H Digital Literacy curriculum
component was built upon the Microsoft Digital Literacy Curriculum.
The CS4ALL-H "Introduction to Computer Science with Kodu and CS Unplugged" curriculum component was
built upon the Kodu and Computer Scinece Unplugged curriculum developed as part of the three step-ladder
adaptive model (using Kodu, Alice, Lego NXT-G and Lego Tetrix programming
frameworks) developed since 2005 by Daniela Marghitu and her Laboratory for
Education and Assistive Technology (LEAT) K12 research and outreach team in
which students with varying abilities and experience level learn any of these
three software frameworks and progress at their own pace from one to another.
Designed and Developed by Dr. Daniela Marghitu
The Children Heritage Foundation, Auburn University partner on Digital Literacy Program with Haitian schools