Alger Hall Room 110, Rhode Island College
|Monday morning||Tuesday morning|
|Shuttle from Westin to Rhode Island College, leaving at 8 and 835 AM|
|8:30||Registration / Coffee||Registration / Coffee|
|Session: Choosing computing||Session: CS1|
|9:00||Deciding to major in computer science
Colleen M. Lewis, Ken Yasuhara and Ruth E. Anderson.
|What students (should) know about OOP
Peter Hubwieser and Andreas Muehling.
|9:30||How CS majors select a specialization
Michael Hewner and Mark Guzdial.
|Predicting At-Risk Novice Java Programmers Through the Analysis of Online Protocols
Emily Tabanao, Ma. Mercedes Rodrigo and Matthew Jadud.
|10:00||CS Majors’ Self-Efficacy Perceptions in CS1: Results in Light of Social Cognitive Theory.
Päivi Kinnunen and Beth Simon.
|Explaining program code: giving students the answer helps – but only just.
Simon and Susan Snowdon.
|Session: Food for discussion||Session: Keynote|
|11:00||Research Design: Necessary Bricolage.
Sally Fincher, Josh Tenenberg and Anthony Robins.
|The Scientific Approach to Teaching: research as a basis for course design.
|11:20||Exploring programming assessment instruments: a classification scheme for examination questions.
Judy Sheard, Simon, Angela Carbone, Donald Chinn, Mikko-Jussi Laakso, Tony Clear, Michael De Raadt, Daryl D’Souza, James Harland, Raymond Lister, Anne Philpot and Geoff Warburton.
|11:40||Do Values Grow on Trees?: Expression Integrity in Functional Programming.
Guillaume Marceau, Kathi Fisler and Shriram Krishnamurthi.
|Session: Collaborative learning||Session: Tools and techniques|
|13:30||Peer Instruction: Do Students Really Learn from Peer Discussion in Computing?
Leo Porter, Cynthia Bailey-Lee, Beth Simon and Daniel Zingaro.
|CAL Programming Tutors that Guide Students in Solving Problems and Help Students Building Skills.
Wei Jin and Albert Corbett.
|14:00||PeerWise: Exploring Conflicting Efficacy Studies.
Paul Denny, Brian Hanks, Beth Simon and Spencer Bagley.
|Personifying Programming Tool Feedback Improves Novice Programmers’ Learning.
Michael Lee and Andrew Ko.
|14:30||Session: Doctoral consortium introductions||The “Prototype Walkthrough”: A Studio- Based Learning Activity for Human- Computer Interaction Courses.
Christopher Hundhausen, Fairbrother Dana and Marian Petre.
|15:00||BREAK: Doctoral Consortium poster session||BREAK|
|Session: Informal learning||Session: before CS1|
|15:30||Students’ Perceptions of the Differences Between Formal and Informal Learning.
Jonas Boustedt, Anna Eckerdal, Robert McCartney, Kate Sanders, Lynda Thomas and Carol Zander .
|Learning Web Development: Challenges at an Earlier Stage of Computing Education.
Thomas Park and Susan Wiedenbeck.
|16:00||ScriptABLE: Supporting Informal Learning with Cases.
|Computing as the 4th “R”: A General Education Approach to Computing Education.
Quintin Cutts, Sarah Esper and Beth Simon.
|16:30||Lightning Talks||Concluding remarks|
|Shuttle from Rhode Island College to Westin|
|18:00||Informal gathering: Trinity Brewhouse (186 Fountain Street)|
|19:00||RECEPTION followed by BANQUET (Potenza Ristorante, 286 Atwells Avenue)|