Dallas, TX, USA Thomas J. Cortina, Ellen Lowenfeld Walker, Laurie A. Smith King, David R. Musicant (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 42nd ACM technical symposium on Computer science education, SIGCSE 2011, Dallas, TX, USA, March 9-12, 2011.
ACM 2011, ISBN 978-1-4503-0500-6
Security and society
Organization and architecture
Learning objects and modules
- Lee Dee Miller, Leen-Kiat Soh, Beth Neilsen, Kevin Kupzyk, Ashok Samal, Erica Lam, Gwen Nugent:
Revising computer science learning objects from learner interaction data.
- Jeffrey A. Stone, Tricia K. Clark:
The impact of problem-oriented animated learning modules in a CS1-style course.
- L. D. Miller, Leen-Kiat Soh, Gwen Nugent, Kevin Kupzyk, Leyla Masmaliyeva, Ashok Samal:
Evaluating the use of learning objects in CS1.
Assessing and reviewing
Recruitment and retention
- James P. Cohoon, Luther A. Tychonievich:
Analysis of a CS1 approach for attracting diverse and inexperienced students to computing majors.
- Elizabeth Sweedyk:
Women build games, seriously.
- Jennifer S. Kay:
Contextualized approaches to introductory computer science: the key to making computer science relevant or simply bait and switch?
tools and languages
- Patrick Garrity, Timothy Yates, Richard A. Brown, Elizabeth Shoop:
WebMapReduce: an accessible and adaptable tool for teaching map-reduce computing.
- Caitlin Sadowski, Thomas Ball, Judith Bishop, Sebastian Burckhardt, Ganesh Gopalakrishnan, Joseph Mayo, Madanlal Musuvathi, Shaz Qadeer, Stephen Toub:
Practical parallel and concurrent programming.
- Ariel Ortiz:
Teaching concurrency-oriented programming with Erlang.
Peer teaching and tutoring
Musical, social, and intelligent robots
- Susan Landau:
A computer scientist goes to washington: how to be effective in a world where facts are 10% of the equation.
- Ashok R. Basawapatna, Kyu Han Koh, Alexander Repenning, David C. Webb, Krista Sekeres Marshall:
Recognizing computational thinking patterns.
- Dennis G. Kafura, Deborah G. Tatar:
Initial experience with a computational thinking course for computer science students.
- Charles Dierbach, Harry Hochheiser, Samuel Collins, Gerald Jerome, Christopher Ariza, Tina Kelleher, William Kleinsasser, Josh Dehlinger, Siddharth Kaza:
A model for piloting pathways for computational thinking in a general education curriculum.
Operating systems and databases
- Scott Grissom, Sue Fitzgerald, Victor Piotrowski, Jan Cuny, Joan Peckham, Harriet G. Taylor, Daniel Menelly, Mimi McClure:
Understanding NSF funding opportunities.
- Henry MacKay Walker, Ali Erkan, Mark Guzdial, Steve Cooper:
Role and value of quantitative instruments in gauging student perspectives in a computing curriculum.
Computing in the arts and sciences
Data structures / CS 2
- Andrew T. Duchowski, Robert Geist, Robert J. Schalkoff, James Westall:
TEXNH trees: a new course in data structures.
- Scott A. Turner, Manuel A. Pérez-Quiñones, Stephen H. Edwards, Joseph Chase:
Student attitudes and motivation for peer review in CS2.
- Briana B. Morrison, Mike Clancy, Robert McCartney, Brad Richards, Kate Sanders:
Applying data structures in exams.
Computer architecture teaching tools
Parallelism across the CS curriculum
Teaching and studying novice programmers
Teacher endorsement and preparation
- Tim Bell, Lynn Lambert:
Teaching computer science majors about teaching computer science.
- Christopher Whitehead, Lydia Ray, Shamim Khan, Wayne Summers, Rodrigo Obando:
Implementing a computer science endorsement program for secondary school teachers.
- Lijun Ni, Mark Guzdial, Allison Elliott Tew, Briana Morrison, Ria Galanos:
Building a community to support HS CS teachers: the disciplinary commons for computing educators.
- Noa Ragonis, Orit Hazzan, Judith Gal-Ezer:
A study on attitudes and emphases in computer science teacher preparation.
Expanding the community
- Susan H. Rodger, Mark Stehlik, Chris Stephenson, Cameron Wilson:
Progress in surfacing computer science in STEM.
- Sushil K. Prasad, Almadena Yu. Chtchelkanova, Sajal K. Das, Frank Dehne, Mohamed G. Gouda, Anshul Gupta, Joseph JáJá, Krishna Kant, Anita La Salle, Richard LeBlanc, Manish Lumsdaine, David A. Padua, Manish Parashar, Viktor K. Prasanna, Yves Robert, Arnold L. Rosenberg, Sartaj Sahni, Behrooz Shirazi, Alan Sussman, Charles C. Weems, Jie Wu:
NSF/IEEE-TCPP curriculum initiative on parallel and distributed computing: core topics for undergraduates.
Software design and development
Researching and evaluating teachers
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