Critical Algorithmic Literacy: Bridging Computer Science and Critical Media Literacy in the Elementary Classroom– Scott Moss, UCLA PI-(ELP doctoral candidate) Co-developed CAL curriculum with Lab School teacher Christina Cubelos for all DL Intermediate students to gain insights from what can be learned by incorporating Critical Algorithmic Literacy in core curricula. Students learned about how bias can be presented by websites/social media and how it is coded into the algorithmic tracking of individuals to increasingly deepen that bias over 6 weeks of lessons. (Data still being analyzed) The curricula was well received and the researcher went back and volunteered to offer more insights and tools to help students gain a deeper understanding after data collection ended.
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