SIGCSE 2010: Media Computation Preconference Workshop

March 10, 2010 at 4:18 pm Leave a comment

I’m writing from the SIGCSE 2010 Media Computation Preconference Workshop.  It’s going really well.  Beth Simon is right now sharing the wiki  that the “old-timers” have been assembling with quizzes, tests/exams, and homework assignments, to help people with figuring out how to do these things in the Media Computation approach.  Beth also put together a video of student work contributed from various Media Computation teachers.

I just got word from David Schneider that the Future of Computing Education Summit page is finally up at: http://www.acm.org/education/future-of-computing-education-summit/future-of-computing-education-summit linked from http://www.acm.org/education.  This includes the final report, the appendix (with tons of transcripts of actual discussions), and position papers from all the attendees.

Pictures that we messed with during the Media Computation workshop:

Here’s Barb at the lake in Milwaukee.  Yup, this is pretty much what it’s looking like here — kinda gray.

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