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Research

We recognize the value of evidence-based learning and practices in K-12 classrooms, and we've aggregated a repository of research publications to share with you and keep you informed about the research that's been done with EarSketch, organized by year. Read through some of the research to see how EarSketch has impacted K-12 student learning and the results of the studies!

Promoting intentions to persist in computing: an examination of six years of the EarSketch program

DANA WANZER, TOM MCKLIN, JASON FREEMAN, BRIAN MAGERKO, TANEISHA LEE

2020

Computer Science Education

Implementing EarSketch: Connecting Classroom Implementation to Student Outcomes

TOM MCKLIN, DANA WANZER, TANEISHA LEE, BRIAN MAGERKO, DOUG EDWARDS, SABRINA GROSSMAN, JASON FREEMAN

2019

SIGCSE '19

EarSketch: engaging broad populations in computing through music

JASON FREEMAN, BRIAN MAGERKO, DOUG EDWARDS, TOM MCKLIN, TANEISHA LEE, ROXANEE MOORE

2019

Communications of the ACM

Authenticity and Personal Creativity: How EarSketch Affects Student Persistence

TOM MCKLIN, BRIAN MAGERKO, TANEISHA LEE, DANA WANZER, DOUG EDWARDS, JASON FREEMAN

2018

SIGCSE '18

Curious about more research done with EarSketch? Check out Google Scholar for a comprehensive list of scholarly publications.