Shuchi Grover

Shuchi Grover

Shuchi Grover, Ph.D., is a former senior research scientist at SRI International’s Center for Technology in Learning.

Brief Biography

Shuchi Grover started out as a computer scientist and technology entrepreneur. Graduate studies in education at Harvard University marked the beginning of an exciting shift to diverse issues in education like teaching and learning with technology, online learning, and computational thinking in children.

Over the last decade, she has worked extensively with schools and teachers, and with children aged 11-17 in several computationally rich learning settings in and out of the classroom that involve programming, designing, building and creating.

She recently completed a Ph.D. in Learning Sciences and Technology Design (with a foundational focus in Developmental and Psychological Sciences) from the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Her dissertation was situated in the context of K-12 Computer Science Education.

Her current research is primarily concerned with STEM and computing education in K-12, helping children become computationally literate through studying curriculum, tools and environments that help in developing computational competencies; as well as social, cultural, and cognitive processes, and dispositions (such as task persistence) that nurture such development.

Formerly a senior research scientist at SRI International’s Center for Technology in Learning, she now consults globally on research projects related to STEM/CS teaching, learning, and assessment; learning analytics; and computational thinking.

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