6. ITiCSE 2001:
Canterbury, UK Sally Fincher, Bruce J. Klein, Fintan Culwin, Michael McCracken (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 6th Annual SIGCSE Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE 2001, Canterbury, UK, June 25-27, 2001.
ACM 2001, ISBN 1-58113-330-8
- Kim B. Bruce, Andrea Pohoreckyj Danyluk, Thomas P. Murtagh:
Event-driven programming is simple enough for CS1.
- Ignacio Aedo, Paloma Díaz:
Applying software engineering methods for hypermedia systems.
- Kam Hou Vat:
Teaching HCI with scenario-based design: the constructivist's synthesis.
- Michael F. Czajkowski, Cheryl V. Foster, Thomas T. Hewett, Joseph A. Casacio, William C. Regli, Heike A. Sperber:
A student project in software evaluation.
- Mark Guzdial:
Use of collaborative multimedia in computer science classes.
- Emilia Mendes, Nile Mosley, Steve Counsell:
The cognitive flexibility theory0: an approach for teaching Hypermedia Engineering.
- Raja Sooriamurthi:
Problems in comprehending recursion and suggested solutions.
- Rod Learmonth:
Flexible delivery of information systems as a core MBA subject.
- Michael Kölling, John Rosenberg:
Guidelines for teaching object orientation with Java.
- Thomas P. Murtagh:
Teacing breadth-first depth-first.
- Bruria Haberman, Yifat Ben-David Kolikant:
Activating “black boxes” instead of opening “zipper” - a method of teaching novices basic CS concepts.
- Amruth N. Kumar:
Learning the interaction between pointers and scope in C++.
- Pat Byrne, Gerry Lyons:
The effect of student attributes on success in programming.
- Tony Jenkins:
The motivation of students of programming.
- Thomas Lancaster, Fintan Culwin:
Towards an error free plagarism detection process.
- Martin Dick, Judy Sheard, Selby Markham:
Is it okay to cheat? - the views of postgraduate students.
- Wilson P. Paula Filho:
Requirements for an educational software development process.
- Martha L. Hause, Vicki L. Almstrum, Mary Z. Last, Mark Woodroffe:
Interaction factors in software development performance in distributed student teams in computer science.
- Rebecca H. Rutherfoord:
Using personality inventories to help form teams for software engineering class projects.
- K. Todd Stevens:
Experiences teaching software engineering for the first time.
- David Ginat:
Metacognitive awareness utilized for learning control elements in algorithmic problem solving.
- Peter Chalk:
Scaffolding learning in virtual environments.
- John Rosbottom:
Hybrid learning - a safe route into web-based open and distance learning for the computer science teacher.
- Angela Carbone, John Hurst, Ian Mitchell, Dick Gunstone:
Characteristics of programming exercises that lead to poor learning tendencies: Part II.
- Victor Ciesielski, Peter McDonald:
Using animation of state space algorithms to overcome student learning difficulties.
- Sami Khuri, Klaus Holzapfel:
EVEGA: an educational visulalization environment for graph algorithms.
- Antti Karvonen, Erkki Rautama, Jorma Tarhio, Jari Turkia:
Versatile concept map viewing on the Web.
- Wanda Dann, Stephen Cooper, Randy Pausch:
Using visualization to teach novices recursion.
- Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk:
Accreditation and student assessment in distance education: why we all need to pay attention.
- Pete Thomas, Kit Logan:
Observational studies of student errors in a distance learning environment using a remote recording and replay tool.
- Tony Clear, Mats Daniels:
A cyber-icebreaker for an effective virtual group?
- Shiva Azadegan, Chao Lu:
An international common project: implementation phase.
- Dorota M. Huizinga:
Identifying topics for instructional improvement through on-line tracking of programming assignments.
- Riku Saikkonen, Lauri Malmi, Ari Korhonen:
Fully automatic assessment of programming exercises.
- Maria Satratzemi, Vassilios Dagdilelis, Georgios Evangelidis:
A system for program visualization and problem-solving path assessment of novice programmers.
- Mary Dee Medley:
Using qualitative research software for CS education research.
- Mark Claypool, David Finkel, Craig E. Wills:
An open source laboratory for operating systems projects.
- Boris Koldehofe, Philippas Tsigas:
Using actors in an interactive animation in a graduate course on distributed system.
- Enrico Carniani, Renzo Davoli:
The NetWire emulator: a tool for teaching and understanding networks.
- Jon Rickman, Merry McDonald, Gary McDonald, Phillip J. Heeler:
Enhancing the computer networking curriculum.
- Carlos Gregorio-Rodríguez, Luis Fernando Llana Díaz, Pedro Palao-Gostanza, Cristóbal Pareja-Flores, Raquel Martínez-Unanue, J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide:
EXercita: automatic web publishing of programming exercises.
- William Fone:
Using a familiar package to demonstrate a difficult concept: using an excel spreadsheet model to explain the concepts of neural networks to undergraduates.
- Dave A. Berque, David K. Johnson, Larry Jovanovic:
Teaching theory of computation using pen-based computers and an electronic whiteboard.
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- Janet Carter, Tony Jenkins:
Gender differences in programming?
- Tony Clear, Alison Young:
Are computing educators and researchers different from the rest?
- Jan Holden, Alison Young:
Innovative teaching practices in computing education: the TLA project.
- Tony Jenkins:
Motivation = value x expectancy.
- Janet Linington, Mark Dixon:
Picture program execution.
- Aine McCaughey, Sylvia Alexander:
The learning and teaching support network promoting best practice in the information and computer science academic community.
- John English:
JEWL: GUI programming for complete beginners.
- Sun-Hea Choi, Sandra Cairncross:
Using interactive multimedia for teaching and learning object oriented software design.
- Donald Joyce, Alison Young:
The PASS project: group research into parameters affecting student success.
- Pete Thomas:
The coach supporting students as they learn to program.
- Laura Wilson, Jon A. Preston, Russell L. Shackelford:
On-line dynamic interviews (ODIN): a means of overcoming distance in student-teacher relations.
- Glenn D. Blank, William M. Pottenger, G. Drew Kessler, Martin Herr, Harriet Jaffe, Soma Roy:
CIMEL: constructive, collaborative inquiry-based multimedia E-learning.
- C. Fay Cover, Robert D. Campbell, Karl J. Klee:
An international model for curriculum adaptation and implementation.
- Ari Korhonen, Lauri Malmi, Riku Saikkonen:
Matrix - concept animation and algorithm simulation system.
- Rory O'Connor, Gerry Coleman, Maurizio Morisio:
Software process improvement education: a European experiment.
- Aliy Fowler:
Web-based CALL using prolog.
- Jan Voracek, Nina Kontro-Vesivalo:
International master's program in information processing and telecommunications.
- Martha J. Kosa, Mark A. Boshart:
XML and browser development activities in CS2.
- Donald Joyce, Alison Young:
Electronic discussion boards: their use in post graduate computing courses.
- David Lanari, Stefano Roccetti:
e-IMC: an authoring tool for humanistic teachers aimed to develop and distribute customized instructional courseware.
- Pamela B. Lawhead:
Events robots and programming using legos in CS1.
- Huu Le Van, Andrea Trentini:
A "frequently asked questions" management system that supports voting, built for student evaluation and optimization purposes.
- David Abraham, Liz Crawford, Leanna Lesta, Agathe Merceron, Kalina Yacef:
The logic tutor.
- John Impagliazzo:
Real and virtual computing museums.
- Zoran Putnik:
On integration of learning and technology.
- Hongchi Shi, Yi Shang, Su-Shing Chen:
Smart instructional component based course content organization and delivery.
- Jin Xizhe:
Evaluation technique of software configuration management.
- J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide:
A first problem for the algorithms course.
- Lillian N. Cassel:
Reading summaries: relating class to student's problems with the current reading assignment.
- Cary Laxer:
Treating computer science as science as: An experiment with sorting.
- Daniel Joyce:
Sneaking in extra material (panel session).
- Herman Koppelman:
Teaching abstraction explicitly.
- João Paulo Barros:
Use petri nets to improve your concurrent programming course.
- Raja Sooriamurthi:
Prelude to the Java event model.
- Richard Rasala:
Exploring recursion in Hilbert curves.
- Scott Grissom:
Reality check: an informal feedback tool.