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Discuss the overlap between CT and neurodiversity, and learn how you can get involved with the INFACT (Including Neurodiversity in Foundational and Applied Computational Thinking) project.
Including Neurodiversity in Foundational and Applied Computational Thinking (INFACT) is a federally funded project that helps prepare a wide range of learners in grades 3-8, including neurodiverse learners, for successful computational problem solving in school and beyond. INFACT builds on the unique talents of many neurodiverse learners related to CT, while also providing executive function supports for successful learning experiences for all. 
Registration for this virtual event is free—we ask you to register so that we can plan appropriately. We will send the link to join the meeting by email the day before the event.
For more information about the organization sponsoring the project, visit the TERC EdGE website. If you are interested in participating in the study, review the 2022 INFACT Research Study page. Click here to learn more about Jodi Asbell-Clarke, the project's lead researcher and our presenter for this event.


Melissa Zeitz