Joanna Goode’s research examines issues of access and equity for underrepresented students of color and females in computer science education. For the past several years, she has studied the institutional and psychological reasons preventing many underrepresented youth from entering the computer science pipeline in high school. As a former urban high school mathematics and computer science teacher, Goode considers the relationship between teacher development and opportunities to learn for students. She continues to serve as the director of a program aimed at preparing and supporting the efforts of LAUSD computer science educators in diversifying the high school computing pipeline. Joanna Goode also examines the potential of GIS maps to be used as both a learning tool in the classroom and as a means of informing policymakers on educational issues.
Schuetz, R., Biancarosa, G., & Goode, J. (2018). Is technology the answer? Investigating students’ engagement in math. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 50(4) https://doi.org/10.1080/15391523.2018.1490937