SIGCSE 2019 Papers from the Blogosphere

February 28, 2019 at 9:15 am Leave a comment

I’m gathering blog posts from others about their SIGCSE 2019 papers. Here’s what I’ve got:

From Katie Rich:

https://katiethecurious.com/2019/02/24/new-paper-debugging-lt/

Rich, K. M., Strickland, C., Binkowski, T. A., & Franklin, D. (2019). A K – 8 debugging learning trajectory derived from research literature. In Proceedings of the 2019 ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education (pp. 745–751). New York: ACM.

From Shuchi Grover:

http://www.shuchigrover.com/countdown-to-the-50th-sigcse-in-minneapolis/

(Paper) Non-Programming Activities for Engagement with Foundational Concepts in Introductory Programming (Shuchi Grover, Nicholas Jackiw, & Patrik Lundh) | Mar 2, 12 – 12:30pm, Hyatt: Greenway B/C (2nd floor)

(Poster) Integrating Computational Thinking in Informal and Formal Science and Math Activities for Preschool Learners (Shuchi Grover, Ximena Dominguez, Danae Kamdar, Phil Vahey, Savitha Moorthy, Sara Gracely & Ken Rafanan) | Mar 1, 10am-noon, Hyatt Exhibit Hall

(Demo) Integrating Computational Modeling in K-12 STEM Classrooms (Gautam Biswas, Nicole Hutchins, Akos Ledeczi, Shuchi Grover & Satabdi Basu) | Feb 28, 10-10:45am, Hyatt Exhibit Hall

(Lightning Talk): Thinking about Computational Thinking: Lessons from Education Research (Shuchi Grover) | Feb 28, 4pm, Hyatt Lake Bemidji (4th Floor)

From Brett Becker

First Things First: Providing Metacognitive Scaffolding for Interpreting Problem Prompts. 

https://cszero.wordpress.com/2019/02/27/sigcse-2019-best-computer-science-education-research-paper/

50 Years of CS1 at SIGCSE: A Review of the Evolution of Introductory Programming Education Research

https://cszero.wordpress.com/2019/02/27/50-years-of-cs1-at-sigcse-a-review-of-the-evolution-of-introductory-programming-education-research/

From Austin Cory Bart

https://acbart.github.io/python-sneks/interventions.html

PythonSneks: An Open-Source, Instructionally-Designed Introductory Curriculum with Action-Design Research

Austin Cory Bart, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, USA

Allie Sarver, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA

Michael Friend, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA

Larry Cox II, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA

From Lauren Margulieux

https://laurenmarg.com/2019/01/13/article-summary-margulieux-et-al-2019-review-of-measurements-in-computing-education-research/

Lauren Margulieux, Tuba Ketenci, and Adrienne Decker.

Review of Measurements Used in Computing Education Research and Suggestions for Increasing Standardization

From Felienne Hermans

http://perl.liacs.nl/2019/01/31/when-i-grow-up-i-want-to-become-a-programmer-elli-11-how/

Early Programming Education and Career Orientation: the Effects of Gender, Self-Efficacy, Motivation and Stereotypes

Efthimia Aivaloglou and Felienne Hermans

 

 

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Our work at SIGCSE 2019: Ebooks, jobs, privilege, what is research, and what is literacy Thanks. For all the fish, and everything else.

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