The conference sessions will be held on the University of Calgary campus. Yet the field of CS education, like CS itself, is relatively young. This raises concerns about the quality of instruction available to CS students. What questions do we need to answer about how to make CS interesting and accessible for all students? Education researchers studying older fields like math or reading have identified concepts such as place value and phonics that are fundamental to learning in their respective domains.
Rather than starting from scratch, CS educators should look to research in these other fields to advance the teaching and learning of CS. In this talk, I will discuss examples of insights from these other domains and their implications for CS teaching and learning. Her research seeks to identify effective teaching practices for creating equitable learning spaces where all students have the opportunity to learn.
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Lewis curates CSTeachingTips. Robert McCartney Associate Professor University of Connecticut Social Interaction and Critical Incidents: Students becoming Computer Scientists at University The experience of a computing student at University involves a number of things: taking classes, doing assignments, interacting with other students, seeking employment, and a lot of other things that influence the student's development toward graduation.
Some of these experiences, such as required courses, are shared by all the students; others, like studying abroad or doing an internship at a specific company, are more individual. In any case, the "same" experiences may affect students differently.
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In this talk, I will discuss results from a longitudinal study of students studying computer science at the undergraduate level. Through a series of interviews, we observed the development of students throughout their years at University, and have identified factors that influenced the students along the way. Of particular interest were students' social interaction as they learned, the sorts of critical incidents that affected them, and their shifts in identity from novice to graduate.
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Summary "This book presents the latest developments in software engineering education, drawing contributions from over 20 software engineering educators from around the globe"--Provided by publisher. Language eng. Extent xxvi, p. Note "Premier reference source"--Cover. Isbn Label Software engineering : effective teaching and learning approaches and practices Title Software engineering Title remainder effective teaching and learning approaches and practices Statement of responsibility [edited by] Heidi J.
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