Ralph Rivera is a graduating Mechanical Engineering undergraduate at the University of Florida. He has 9 years of experience working with various K-12 robotics organizations and competitions. Ralph is currently apart of the Engaging Learning Lab, which researches how students learn computing in K-12 education.
Dr. Christina Gardner-McCune is an Assistant Professor in the Computer & Information Science & Engineering (CISE) Department at University of Florida. She directs the Engaging Learning Lab that focuses on studying how people learn and apply computing in after-school and K-12 classrooms. Her research approach involves the iterative design, refinement, and sustainability of curriculum, teacher professional development, program, and technology development to support and study learning in formal and informal learning environments.
Mr. Darryl B. McCune II is the K-12 Coordinator of the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at the University of Florida where he leads and coordinates the College’s K-12 Outreach programming as part of the Office of Student Transition and Retention (STAR). Mr. McCune II, received his BS in Electrical Engineering from University at Buffalo in New York and his MBA in Entrepreneurship from Clemson University in South Carolina. He has prior certifications as an information technology specialist and in 6th-12th Mathematics.
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