USA Sue Fitzgerald, Mark Guzdial, Gary Lewandowski, Steven A. Wolfman (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 40th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, SIGCSE 2009, Chattanooga, TN, USA, March 4-7, 2009.
ACM 2009, ISBN 978-1-60558-183-5
Starting with scratch in CS 1
Developing problem-solving skills
Listening to students
Networking and mobile apps
- Damon Tyman, Nirupama Bulusu, Jens Mache:
An activity-based sensor networks course for undergraduates with sun spot devices.
- Muthucumaru Maheswaran, Alexis Malozemoff, Daniel Ng, Sheng Liao, Song Gu, Balasubramaneyam Maniymaran, Julie Raymond, Reehan Shaikh, Yuanyuan Gao:
GINI: a user-level toolkit for creating micro internets for teaching & learning computer networking.
- Stan Kurkovsky:
Engaging students through mobile game development.
SIGCSE at 40
- Amy Bruckman, Maureen Biggers, Barbara Ericson, Tom McKlin, Jill P. Dimond, Betsy James DiSalvo, Mike Hewner, Lijun Ni, Sarita Yardi:
"Georgia computes!": improving the computing education pipeline.
- Patricia Morreale, Stan Kurkovsky, George Chang:
Methodology for successful undergraduate recruiting in computer science at comprehensive public universities.
- Brad Richards:
Representation of women in CS: how do we measure a program's success?
Distributed computing for the classroom
SIGCSE at 40
Test-driven pedagogical approaches
- Lecia J. Barker, Charlie McDowell, Kimberly Kalahar:
Exploring factors that influence computer science introductory course students to persist in the major.
- Joanne McGrath Cohoon, Zhen Wu, Jie Chao:
Sexism: toxic to women's persistence in CSE doctoral programs.
- Susan Horwitz, Susan H. Rodger, Maureen Biggers, David Binkley, C. Kolin Frantz, Dawn Gundermann, Susanne E. Hambrusch, Steven Huss-Lederman, Ethan V. Munson, Barbara G. Ryder, Monica Sweat:
Using peer-led team learning to increase participation and success of under-represented groups in introductory computer science.
Capturing and analyzing student artifacts
Computational thinking across disciplines
SIGCSE at 40
Graphical frameworks for CS1
- Michelle Craig, Diane Horton:
Gr8 designs for Gr8 girls: a middle-school program and its evaluation.
- Mary Beth Rosson, Anastassia Ioujanina, Timothy Paone, Gretel Sheasley, Hansa Sinha, Craig H. Ganoe, John M. Carroll, Jan Mahar:
A scaffolded introduction to dynamic website development for female high school students.
- Tomohiro Nishida, Susumu Kanemune, Yukio Idosaka, Mitaro Namiki, Tim Bell, Yasushi Kuno:
A CS unplugged design pattern.
Shaking up our worldview
Graphical introduction to programming in K-12
- Susan H. Rodger, Jenna Hayes, Gaetjens Lezin, Henry Qin, Deborah Nelson, Ruth Tucker, Mercedes Lopez, Stephen Cooper, Wanda Dann, Don Slater:
Engaging middle school teachers and students with alice in a diverse set of subjects.
- Joey C. Y. Cheung, Grace Ngai, Stephen C. F. Chan, Winnie W. Y. Lau:
Filling the gap in programming instruction: a text-enhanced graphical programming environment for junior high students.
- Gary Kacmarcik, Sylvie Giral Kacmarcik:
Introducing computer programming via gameboy advance homebrew.
Mental hygiene -- analysis and promotion of good CS work habits
Taking software engineering out of the classroom
Games 2 teach
Reflecting on programming
- Michael R. Wick:
Using programming to help students understand the value of diversity.
- Naveed Arshad:
Teaching programming and problem solving to CS2 students using think-alouds.
- Stuart A. Hansen:
Analyzing programming projects.
Models for cross-course fertilization of ideas
Tools for engagement
- Glenn V. Nickens, Ethan J. Tira-Thompson, Thorna Humphries, David S. Touretzky:
An inexpensive hand-eye system for undergraduate robotics instruction.
- Tom Lauwers, Illah R. Nourbakhsh, Emily Hamner:
CSbots: design and deployment of a robot designed for the CS1 classroom.
- Jay Summet, Deepak Kumar, Keith J. O'Hara, Daniel Walker, Lijun Ni, Douglas S. Blank, Tucker R. Balch:
Personalizing CS1 with robots.
- William Isaac McWhorter, Brian C. O'Connor:
Do LEGO® Mindstorms® motivate students in CS1?
- Dave A. Berque:
A tutorial on stroke-based interfaces: unistroke recognition algorithms appropriate for compelling projects in introductory courses.
Data- and code-space animation
Summer outreach programs
Whither scheme? 21st century approaches to scheme in CS1
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