Aleata Hubbard Cheuoua is a Senior Research Associate in WestEd’s Learning and Technology team.
Hubbard Cheuoua is committed to improving the learning and teaching of computing. Her research focuses on documenting and understanding the knowledge that K–12 educators develop around how to teach computing. She also conducts program evaluations for organizations focused on informal and alternative pathways into computing and professional learning for high school and community college instructors.
Some of her publications include “Confronting Inequities in Computer Science Education: A Case for Critical Theory” (SIGCSE, 2021); “Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Computing Education: A Review of the Research Literature” (Computer Science Education, 2018); and “Professional Learning in the Midst of Teaching Computer Science” (ICER, 2018).
Hubbard Cheuoua received a PhD and an MA in learning sciences from Northwestern University, and a BS in computer science and French and Francophone studies from Carnegie Mellon University.