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The 44th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, SIGCSE '13, Denver, CO, USA, March 6-9, 2013

Tracy Camp, Paul T. Tymann, J. D. Dougherty, Kris Nagel ,

Teil der Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE)

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  • Changing the face of computing (Seite 1 - 2) (Tracy Camp) (2013)    
  • Principles, priorities, and pressures - personal and organizational (Seite 3 - 4) (Henry M. Walker) (2013)    
  • This much I know - thoughts on the past, present and future of educational programming tools (Seite 5 - 6) () (2013)    
  • Unlocking the clubhouse - a decade later and now what? (Seite 9 - 10) (Jane Margolis) (2013)    
  • ACM/IEEE-CS computer science curriculum 2013 - reviewing the ironman report (Seite 13 - 14) (Mehran Sahami, Steve Roach, Ernesto Cuadros-Vargas, Richard LeBlanc) (2013)    
  • Computer science education for social good (Seite 15 - 16) (Michael Goldweber, John Barr, Elizabeth Ann Patitsas) (2013)    
  • Integrating theoretical and empirical computer science in a data structures course (Seite 23 - 28) (John W. Coffey) (2013)    
  • Experience report - CS1 in MATLAB for non-majors, with media computation and peer instruction (Seite 35 - 40) (Cynthia Bailey Lee) (2013)    
  • How we teach impacts student learning - peer instruction vs. lecture in CS0 (Seite 41 - 46) (Beth Simon, Julian Parris, Jaime Spacco) (2013)    
  • Incorporating metacognition into learning (Seite 53 - 58) (Murali Mani, Quamrul Mazumder) (2013)    
  • Teaching computer science soft skills as soft concepts (Seite 59 - 64) (, Gadi Har-Shai) (2013)    
  • The relationship between belonging and ability in computer science (Seite 65 - 70) (Nanette Veilleux, Rebecca Bates, Cheryl Allendoerfer, Diane Jones, Joy Crawford, Tamara Floyd Smith) (2013)    
  • A data-centric introduction to computer science for non-majors (Seite 71 - 76) (David G. Sullivan) (2013)    
  • Demystifying networking - teaching non-majors via analogical problem-solving (Seite 77 - 82) (Sridhar Iyer, Sahana Murthy) (2013)    
  • Computation, complexity, and emergence - an interdisciplinary honors seminar (Seite 83 - 88) (Marie desJardins) (2013)    
  • Application of the cognitive apprenticeship framework to a middle school robotics camp (Seite 89 - 94) (D. Brian Larkins, J. Christopher Moore, Louis J. Rubbo, Laura R. Covington) (2013)    
  • Using scaffolded examples to teach computational thinking concepts (Seite 95 - 100) (Heidi C. Webb, Mary Beth Rosson) (2013)    
  • A cascading mentoring pedagogy in a CS service learning course to broaden participation and perceptions (Seite 101 - 106) (, Jean Griffin, Quinn Burke, Michelle Slattery, Deborah A. Fields, Rita Manco Powell, Michele Grab, Susan B. Davidson, Joseph S. Sun) (2013)    
  • The inverted classroom and the CS curriculum (Seite 113 - 118) (Kate Lockwood, Rachel Esselstein) (2013)    
  • Integrating fantasy role-play into the programming lab - exploring the 'projective identity' hypothesis (Seite 119 - 122) (Michael James Scott, Gheorghita Ghinea) (2013)    
  • Teaching creativity in computer science (Seite 123 - 128) (Andrea Salgian, Teresa Marrin Nakra, Christopher Ault, Yunfeng Wang) (2013)    
  • Developing a highly interactive ebook for CS instruction (Seite 135 - 140) (James B. Fenwick Jr., Barry L. Kurtz, Philip Meznar, Reed Phillips, Alex Weidner) (2013)    
  • Cloud computing in the curriculum - fundamental and enabling technologies (Seite 147 - 152) (Charles Border) (2013)    
  • Characterizing the need for graduate ethics education (Seite 153 - 158) (Scott D. Dexter, Elizabeth Buchanan, Kellen Dins, Kenneth R. Fleischmann, Keith Miller) (2013)    
  • Methodology education in computing - towards a congruent design approach (Seite 159 - 164) (Matti Tedre) (2013)    
  • Becoming experts - measuring attitude development in introductory computer science (Seite 183 - 188) (Brian Dorn, Allison Elliott Tew) (2013)    
  • Investigating factors of student learning in introductory courses (Seite 195 - 200) (Matthew Hertz, Sarah Michele Ford) (2013)    
  • Computer science curriculum 2013 - social and professional recommendations from the ACM/IEEE-CS task force (Seite 201 - 202) (Elizabeth K. Hawthorne, Florence Appel, Carol Spradling, Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk) (2013)    
  • Demystifying computing with magic, continued (Seite 207 - 208) (Daniel D. Garcia, David Ginat) (2013)    
  • Hairball - lint-inspired static analysis of scratch projects (Seite 215 - 220) (Bryce Boe, Charlotte Hill, Michelle Len, Greg Dreschler, Phillip Conrad, Diana Franklin) (2013)    
  • Collaborative learning and anxiety - a phenomenographic study of collaborative learning activities (Seite 227 - 232) (Katrina Falkner, Nickolas J. G. Falkner, Rebecca Vivian) (2013)    
  • Life's a game and the game of life - how making a game out of it can change student behavior (Seite 233 - 238) (Adrienne Decker, Elizabeth Lane Lawley) (2013)    
  • A more formal approach to "computer science - principles" (Seite 257 - 262) (Rex L. Page, Ruben Gamboa) (2013)    
  • Bringing computer science back into schools - lessons from the UK (Seite 269 - 274) (Neil Christopher Charles Brown, , Tom Crick, Simon L. Peyton Jones, Simon Humphreys, Sue Sentance) (2013)    
  • Cultivating a K12 computer science community - a case study (Seite 275 - 280) (Sarah Hug, Richard Guenther, Michael Wenk) (2013)    
  • Teaching secure coding - the myths and the realities (Seite 281 - 282) (Blair Taylor, Matt Bishop, Elizabeth K. Hawthorne, Kara L. Nance) (2013)    
  • Alternatives to lecture - revealing the power of peer instruction and cooperative learning (Seite 283 - 284) (Scott Grissom, Beth Simon, Leland L. Beck, Alexander W. Chizhik) (2013)    
  • Impacts of adaptive feedback on teaching test-driven development (Seite 293 - 298) (Kevin Buffardi, Stephen H. Edwards) (2013)    
  • Adding a contributing student pedagogy component to an introductory database course (Seite 299 - 304) (Henry A. Etlinger) (2013)    
  • Cupcake cushions, scooby doo shirts, and soft boomboxes - e-textiles in high school to promote computational concepts, practices, and perceptions (Seite 311 - 316) (, Kristin A. Searle, Eliot Kaplan, Deborah A. Fields, Eunkyoung Lee, Debora Lui) (2013)    
  • Constructive use of errors in teaching CS1 (Seite 353 - 358) (David Ginat, Ronit Shmallo) (2013)    
  • Computing creativity - divergence in computational thinking (Seite 359 - 364) (Vicki E. Bennett, Kyu Han Koh, ) (2013)    
  • On plugging "unplugged" into CS classes (Seite 365 - 370) (Renate Thies, Jan Vahrenhold) (2013)    
  • Teaching garbage collection without implementing compiler or interpreters (Seite 385 - 390) (Gregory H. Cooper, Arjun Guha, Shriram Krishnamurthi, Jay A. McCarthy, Robert Bruce Findler) (2013)    
  • .NET gadgeteer - a new platform for K-12 computer science education (Seite 391 - 396) (Steve Hodges, James Scott, Sue Sentance, Colin Miller, Nicolas Villar, Scarlet Schwiderski-Grosche, Kerry Hammil, Steven Johnston) (2013)    
  • MDAT - a multithreading debugging and testing tool (Seite 403 - 408) (Eric Larson, Rochelle Palting) (2013)    
  • Parallel from the beginning - the case for multicore programming in thecomputer science undergraduate curriculum (Seite 415 - 420) (Yousun Ko, Bernd Burgstaller, Bernhard Scholz) (2013)    
  • Pair programming for middle school students - does friendship influence academic outcomes? (Seite 421 - 426) (Linda L. Werner, Jill Denner, Shannon Campe, Eloy Ortiz, Dawn DeLay, Amy C. Hartl, Brett Laursen) (2013)    
  • Going mobile with app inventor for android - a one-week computing workshop for K-12 teachers (Seite 433 - 438) (Jiangjiang Liu, Cheng-Hsien Lin, Phillip Potter, Ethan Philip Hasson, Zebulun David Barnett, Michael Singleton) (2013)    
  • From difference to diversity - including women in the changing face of computing (Seite 445 - 450) (Carol Frieze, Jeria L. Quesenberry) (2013)    
  • The revolution will be televised - perspectives on massive open online education (Seite 457 - 458) (Mehran Sahami, , Fred G. Martin, Nick Parlante) (2013)    
  • Engaging mathematical reasoning exercises (Seite 459 - 460) (Joseph E. Hollingsworth, Joan Krone, Jason O. Hallstrom, Murali Sitaraman, Bruce W. Weide) (2013)    
  • How AP CS A matches college courses (Seite 461 - 462) (Renee Ciezki, Lien Diaz, Frances E. Hunt, Henry MacKay Walker) (2013)    
  • Stories from the scratch community - connecting with ideas, interests, and people (Seite 463 - 464) (Karen Brennan, ) (2013)    
  • Measuring increased engagement using tablet PCs in a code review class (Seite 465 - 470) (Wade A. Fagen, Samuel N. Kamin) (2013)    
  • What are we thinking when we grade programs? (Seite 471 - 476) (, , , Renée McCauley, Laurie Murphy) (2013)    
  • Automated online grading for virtual machine-based systems administration courses (Seite 477 - 482) (Lewis Baumstark, Edwin Rudolph) (2013)    
  • Building knowledge and confidence with mediascripting - a successful interdisciplinary approach to CS1 (Seite 483 - 488) (Samuel A. Rebelsky, Janet Davis, Jerod J. Weinman) (2013)    
  • The inverted-lecture model - a case study in computer architecture (Seite 489 - 494) (Edward F. Gehringer, Barry W. Peddycord III) (2013)    
  • The simulation creation toolkit - an initial exploration into making programming accessible while preserving computational thinking (Seite 501 - 506) (Ashok R. Basawapatna, , Clayton H. Lewis) (2013)    
  • Middle school students using Alice - what can we learn from logging data? (Seite 507 - 512) (Linda L. Werner, Charlie McDowell, Jill Denner) (2013)    
  • Bug catcher - a system for software testing competitions (Seite 513 - 518) (Renée C. Bryce, Quentin Mayo, Aaron Andrews, Daniel Bokser, Michael Burton, Chelynn Day, Jessica Gonzolez, Tara Noble) (2013)    
  • Analyzing PHP frameworks for use in a project-based software engineering course (Seite 519 - 524) (Lisa Lancor, Samyukta Katha) (2013)    
  • Gaps between industry expectations and the abilities of graduates (Seite 525 - 530) (Alex Radermacher, Gursimran S. Walia) (2013)    
  • A mid-career review of teaching computer science I (Seite 531 - 536) (Amruth N. Kumar) (2013)    
  • Designing and supporting collaborative learning activities (Seite 537 - 538) (Katrina Falkner, Nickolas J. G. Falkner) (2013)    
  • Expanding access to K-12 computer science education - research on the landscape of computer science professional development (Seite 541 - 542) (Baker Franke, Jeanne Century, Michael Lach, Cameron Wilson, , Gail Chapman, Owen L. Astrachan) (2013)    
  • Two models of a cryptography and computer security class in a liberal arts context (Seite 543 - 548) (Suzanne F. Buchele) (2013)    
  • The entrepreneur's bootcamp - a new model for teaching web/mobile development and software entrepreneurship (Seite 549 - 554) (Timothy J. Hickey, Pito Salas) (2013)    
  • Growing a computer science program with a focus on game development (Seite 555 - 560) (Timothy E. Roden, Rob LeGrand) (2013)    
  • A derivation-first approach to teaching algorithms (Seite 573 - 578) (Ran Libeskind-Hadas) (2013)    
  • Online python tutor - embeddable web-based program visualization for cs education (Seite 579 - 584) (Philip J. Guo) (2013)    
  • CS circles - an in-browser python course for beginners (Seite 591 - 596) (David Pritchard, Troy Vasiga) (2013)    
  • Accelerating K-12 computational thinking using scaffolding, staging, and abstraction (Seite 609 - 614) (David S. Touretzky, Daniela Marghitu, Stephanie Ludi, Debra Bernstein, Lijun Ni) (2013)    
  • Girls on the go - a CS summer camp to attract and inspire female high school students (Seite 615 - 620) (Janet E. Burge, Gerald C. Gannod, Maureen Doyle, Karen C. Davis) (2013)    
  • Computer science "big ideas" play well in digital sound and music (Seite 663 - 668) (Jennifer Burg, Jason Romney, Eric Schwartz) (2013)    
  • A method for incorporating usable security into computer security courses (Seite 681 - 686) (Binto George, Martha Klems, Anna Valeva) (2013)    
  • A case for course capstone projects in CS1 (Seite 693 - 698) (Saquib Razak) (2013)    
  • Empirical evaluation of periodic retrospective assessment (Seite 699 - 704) (Paul V. Gestwicki, Brian J. McNely) (2013)    
  • Software security testing of an online banking system - a unique research experience for undergraduates and computer teachers (Seite 705 - 710) (Dianxiang Xu) (2013)    
  • A combat robotics course - programming meets computer-aided design and fabrication (abstract only) (Seite 729 - 729) (Lewis Baumstark) (2013)    
  • Control-Alt-Hack™ - a card game for computer security outreach and education (abstract only) (Seite 729 - 729) (Tamara Denning, Tadayoshi Kohno, Adam Shostack) (2013)    
  • Creation of interdisciplinary programs in computational science (abstract only) (Seite 730 - 730) (Steven I. Gordon) (2013)    
  • Classroom interventions to reduce failure & course withdrawal in CS1 (abstract only) (Seite 731 - 731) (Brian K. Hare) (2013)    
  • Using an alternate reality game as a course backdrop (abstract only) (Seite 731 - 731) (Matthew A. Lang) (2013)    
  • Evaluation of the emerging scholars program at Columbia University (abstract only) (Seite 731 - 731) (Rita Manco Powell, Christian Murphy, Adam Cannon, Joshua B. Gordon, Arthi Ramachandran) (2013)    
  • MyCS - middle-years computer science (abstract only) (Seite 732 - 732) (Zachary Dodds, Michael Erlinger) (2013)    
  • Enhance computer networks learning with hands-on mobile device based labware (abstract only) (Seite 732 - 732) (Ming Yang, Kai Qian, Minzhe Guo, Prabir Bhattacharya, Guillermo A. Francia III, Li Yang) (2013)    
  • Cyberbulling and game models (abstract only) (Seite 732 - 732) (Lila Ghemri, Rattikorn Hewett, Colleen Livingston) (2013)    
  • Using sequential pattern mining to increase graph comprehension in intelligent tutoring system student data (abstract only) (Seite 732 - 732) (Aaron Springer, Matthew W. Johnson, Michael Eagle, Tiffany Barnes) (2013)    
  • Women in technology - an international collaborative celebration (abstract only) (Seite 733 - 733) (Alison Clear, Annemieke Craig, Catherine Lang) (2013)    
  • Teaching software engineering with an open-source humanitarian software project (abstract only) (Seite 733 - 733) (Cameron Macdonell) (2013)    
  • Computing in context (abstract only) (Seite 734 - 734) (Robert E. Beck, Edward Carr, Wingyan Chung, Edward A. Fox, Christine Nass) (2013)    
  • OpenDSA - using an active eTextbook to teach data structures and algorithms (abstract only) (Seite 734 - 734) (Eric Fouh, Daniel A. Breakiron, Mai Elshehaly, T. Simin Hall, Ville Karavirta, Clifford A. Shaffer) (2013)    
  • A comprehensive software engineering education program for grades 6 to 12 in NYC public schools (abstract only) (Seite 735 - 735) (Cameron L. Fadjo) (2013)    
  • Selecting and using a parallel programming language (abstract only) (Seite 735 - 735) (Michael Graf, David P. Bunde, David Ely, David Lucas, Jens Mache, Christopher T. Mitchell, Andrei Papancea, Miriam Robinson, Ben White) (2013)    
  • Teaching data structures with BeSocratic (abstract only) (Seite 736 - 736) (Sam Bryfczynski, Brian C. Dean, Roy P. Pargas, Melanie Cooper, Michael Klymkowsky) (2013)    
  • Robobuilder - a computational thinking game (abstract only) (Seite 736 - 736) (David Weintrop, Uri Wilensky) (2013)    
  • Embracing the digital humanities - a course on computing in the humanities for undergraduate computer science minor students (abstract only) (Seite 737 - 737) (Deena Engel) (2013)    
  • A cloud computing curriculum for undergraduate CS majors (abstract only) (Seite 737 - 737) (Edward Walker) (2013)    
  • Kodu, alice and lego robotics - a three-step model of effective introducing middle school students to computer programming and robotics (abstract only) (Seite 738 - 738) (Daniela Marghitu, Taha Ben Brahim, John Weaver, Yasmeen Rawajfih) (2013)    
  • Interdisciplinary computing, successes and challenges (abstract only) (Seite 738 - 738) (Lillian N. Cassel, Ursula Wolz) (2013)    
  • How students learn - ripples in computer science/software engineering curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 738 - 738) (Alison Clear, Michael Lance, Amitrajit Sakar) (2013)    
  • On the countably many misconceptions about #hashtables (abstract only) (Seite 739 - 739) (Elizabeth Ann Patitsas, Michelle Craig, Steve M. Easterbrook) (2013)    
  • A multi-level video game for teaching security (abstract only) (Seite 739 - 739) (Mário A. M. Guimarães, Huwida Said) (2013)    
  • Computing foundations for the scientist (abstract only) (Seite 739 - 739) (Catherine C. Bareiss, Larry Vail) (2013)    
  • Computer science-education outreach - an interdisciplinary collaboration (abstract only) (Seite 740 - 740) (Jennifer Rosato, Chery Takkunen) (2013)    
  • Developing game-like instructional modules to enhance student learning in lower level core computer science courses (abstract only) (Seite 741 - 741) (Jinghua Zhang, Mustafa Atay, Rebecca Caldwell, Elva J. Jones) (2013)    
  • Geospatial intelligence as a context for computing education (abstract only) (Seite 741 - 741) (Sambit Bhattacharya, Bogdan D. Czejdo, Rakesh Malhotra) (2013)    
  • Ant colony simulation as an engaging, extendable, and easily gradable programming project(abstract only) (Seite 742 - 742) (Roger West) (2013)    
  • Student development of board game strategies in a web-based graphical infrastructure (abstract only) (Seite 743 - 743) (Adam Oest, Ivona Bezáková, James E. Heliotis, Sean Strout) (2013)    
  • A project spine framework for software engineering education (abstract only) (Seite 743 - 743) (Kevin A. Gary, Srividya K. Bansal, Arbi Ghazarian) (2013)    
  • Automated generation and grading of programming assignments (abstract only) (Seite 745 - 745) (Steven C. Shaffer, Clifford A. Shaffer) (2013)    
  • CSTA CS K-12 instructional standards and CS curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 746 - 746) (Deborah W. Seehorn, Chris Stephenson, Tammy Randall Pirmann, Kelly Powers) (2013)    
  • Integrating communication skills into the computer science curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 746 - 746) (Mark E. Hoffman, Janet E. Burge, Gerald C. Gannod, Mladen A. Vouk) (2013)    
  • Replicating exploring computer science (ECS) (abstract only) (Seite 747 - 747) (Dale Reed, Don Yanek, Gail Chapman) (2013)    
  • Technovation challenge - teaching girls computer science & entrepreneurship (abstract only) (Seite 747 - 747) (Tara Chklovski, AnnaLise Hoopes, Dara Olmsted) (2013)    
  • Technology that educators of computing hail (TECH) - come, share your favorites (abstract only) (Seite 748 - 748) (Daniel D. Garcia, Daniel Armendariz) (2013)    
  • Teaching track faculty in CS (abstract only) (Seite 748 - 748) (Mark Sherriff, Daniel D. Garcia, Jody Paul) (2013)    
  • Starting and sustaining an undergraduate research program in computer science (abstract only) (Seite 748 - 748) (Adam Anthony, Marie desJardins) (2013)    
  • A town meeting - SIGCSE committee on expanding the women-in-computing community (abstract only) (Seite 749 - 749) (Gloria Childress Townsend) (2013)    
  • Encouraging faculty & student involvement in humanitarian free and open source software (HFOSS)(abstract only) (Seite 751 - 751) (Gregory W. Hislop, Heidi J. C. Ellis, Darci Burdge, Sean P. Goggins, Lori Postner, Stoney Jackson) (2013)    
  • Computer scientists put the informatics into bio, health, and medical informatics education (abstract only) (Seite 751 - 751) (Bonnie K. MacKellar, Margaret S. Menzin, Marc L. Smith, Tammy VanDeGrift) (2013)    
  • How PhD students at research universities can prepare for a career at a liberal arts college (abstract only) (Seite 752 - 752) (Ann Irvine, Darakhshan Mir, Michael Hay) (2013)    
  • CSTA chapters - supporting your local computer science educators (abstract only) (Seite 752 - 752) (Frances P. Trees, David Reed, Tammy Pirmann) (2013)    
  • Using version control in the classroom (abstract only) (Seite 753 - 753) (John Britton, Tim Berglund) (2013)    
  • Including HCI and user experience (UX) methodologies in computing curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 753 - 753) (Debra Lee Davis, Kip Irvine, Dave Berque, Janet Davis, Brian Dorn, Matt Jadud) (2013)    
  • Taking studio-based learning online (abstract only) (Seite 753 - 753) (Yolanda Jacobs Reimer, Christopher D. Hundhausen, Phillip Conrad) (2013)    
  • Dual degree tracks for computer science majors (abstract only) (Seite 754 - 754) (Joanne F. Selinski, Kathie A. Yerion) (2013)    
  • Teaching security using hands-on exercises (abstract only) (Seite 754 - 754) (Richard S. Weiss, Michael E. Locasto, Jens Mache, Blair Taylor, Elizabeth K. Hawthorne) (2013)    
  • The joy of word games - or, putting the text back into context (abstract only) (Seite 755 - 755) (Michael P. Rogers) (2013)    
  • Alice 3.1 (abstract only) (Seite 757 - 757) (Wanda Dann, Stephen Cooper, Donald J. Slater) (2013)    
  • ROS at every level - using the robot operating system in CS 0, 1, 2, and beyond (abstract only) (Seite 757 - 757) (Julian Mason, Zachary Dodds, William D. Smart) (2013)    
  • CSinParallel - using map-reduce to teach parallel programming concepts across the CS curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 758 - 758) (Richard A. Brown, Elizabeth Shoop, Joel C. Adams) (2013)    
  • Creating an educational robot by embedding a learning agent in the physical world (abstract only) (Seite 759 - 760) (Nan Li 0001, Apoorv Khandelwal, Tung Phan, Dave S. Touretzky, William W. Cohen, Kenneth R. Koedinger) (2013)    
  • Incorporating version control into programming courses (abstract only) (Seite 759 - 759) (Tommy MacWilliam) (2013)    
  • SNAP! (build your own blocks) (abstract only) (Seite 759 - 759) (Brian Harvey, Daniel D. Garcia, Tiffany Barnes, Nathaniel Titterton, Daniel Armendariz, Luke Segars, Eugene Lemon, Sean Morris, Josh Paley) (2013)    
  • Introducing secure coding in CS0 and CS1 (abstract only) (Seite 761 - 761) (Matt Bishop, Blair Taylor, Elizabeth K. Hawthorne, Diana Burley, Siddharth Kaza) (2013)    
  • Experimenting with and integrating Alice 2.3 into many disciplines (abstract only) (Seite 761 - 761) (Susan H. Rodger, Steve Cooper, Wanda Dann, Dwayne C. Brown Jr., Jacobo Carrasquel) (2013)    
  • Teaching the CS principles curriculum with App Inventor (abstract only) (Seite 762 - 762) (Ralph Morelli, David Wolber, Shaileen Crawford Pokress, Franklyn A. Turbak, Fred G. Martin) (2013)    
  • Pedagogy for engaging diverse students in computing - four effective methods (abstract only) (Seite 762 - 762) (Joanne McGrath Cohoon, James P. Cohoon, Seth Reichelson, Susan Horwitz, Laura Reasoner Jones) (2013)    
  • How to plan and run computing summer camps for 4th-12th grade students (abstract only) (Seite 762 - 762) (Barbara J. Ericson, Christopher Michaud, Nannette P. Napier, Krishnendu Roy) (2013)    
  • NetLogo - teaching with turtles and crossing curricular boundaries (abstract only) (Seite 763 - 763) (Forrest Stonedahl, David Weintrop, Paulo Blikstein, Christine Shannon) (2013)    
  • Peer instruction in CS - introduction and recent developments (abstract only) (Seite 764 - 764) (Daniel Zingaro, Cynthia Bailey Lee, John Glick, Leo Porter, Beth Simon) (2013)    
  • Experiments with network security threats in a safe, easy sandbox (abstract only) (Seite 765 - 765) (Michael J. Jipping, Acshi Haggenmiller, Matthew Koster, Eric Ostrowski) (2013)    
  • Computer science via digital sound and music - a hands-on introduction to open source tools and new curriculum material to introduce computer science concepts (abstract only) (Seite 765 - 765) (Jennifer Burg, Susan Reiser) (2013)    
  • Catalyzing & sustaining change in computing education (abstract only) (Seite 766 - 766) (Lynn Andrea Stein) (2013)    
  • LINQ from a database perspective - querying relations and XML (abstract only) (Seite 766 - 766) (Suzanne W. Dietrich) (2013)    
  • Augmenting introductory computer science classes with GameMaker and mobile apps (abstract only) (Seite 767 - 767) (Tiffany Barnes, Acey Kreisler Boyce, Veronica Cateté, Katelyn Doran, Andrew Hicks, Leslie Keller) (2013)    

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LokalAuf dem WWW Changing the face of computing: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1823 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Principles, priorities, and pressures: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 726 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW This much I know: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 776 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Unlocking the clubhouse: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 373 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW ACM/IEEE-CS computer science curriculum 2013: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 390 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computer science education for social good: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 304 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Integrating theoretical and empirical computer science in a data structures course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 409 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Experience report: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 609 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW How we teach impacts student learning: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 503 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Incorporating metacognition into learning: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 936 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching computer science soft skills as soft concepts: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 506 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The relationship between belonging and ability in computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 444 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A data-centric introduction to computer science for non-majors: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 438 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Demystifying networking: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 481 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computation, complexity, and emergence: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 638 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Application of the cognitive apprenticeship framework to a middle school robotics camp: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1387 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using scaffolded examples to teach computational thinking concepts: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 593 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A cascading mentoring pedagogy in a CS service learning course to broaden participation and perceptions: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 459 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The inverted classroom and the CS curriculum: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 503 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Integrating fantasy role-play into the programming lab: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 505 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching creativity in computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 452 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Developing a highly interactive ebook for CS instruction: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 2552 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Cloud computing in the curriculum: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 394 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Characterizing the need for graduate ethics education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 427 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Methodology education in computing: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 700 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Becoming experts: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1142 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Investigating factors of student learning in introductory courses: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 641 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computer science curriculum 2013: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 403 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Demystifying computing with magic, continued: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 410 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Hairball: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 606 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Collaborative learning and anxiety: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 558 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Life's a game and the game of life: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 427 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A more formal approach to "computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 595 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Bringing computer science back into schools: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 623 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Cultivating a K12 computer science community: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 438 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching secure coding: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 293 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Alternatives to lecture: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 375 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Impacts of adaptive feedback on teaching test-driven development: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 537 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Adding a contributing student pedagogy component to an introductory database course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 751 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Cupcake cushions, scooby doo shirts, and soft boomboxes: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 582 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Constructive use of errors in teaching CS1: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 467 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computing creativity: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 847 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW On plugging "unplugged" into CS classes: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 546 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching garbage collection without implementing compiler or interpreters: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 822 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW .NET gadgeteer: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1050 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW MDAT: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 882 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Parallel from the beginning: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 612 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Pair programming for middle school students: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 462 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Going mobile with app inventor for android: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 547 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW From difference to diversity: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 468 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The revolution will be televised: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 451 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Engaging mathematical reasoning exercises: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 424 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW How AP CS A matches college courses: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 377 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Stories from the scratch community: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 384 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Measuring increased engagement using tablet PCs in a code review class: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1084 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW What are we thinking when we grade programs?: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 477 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Automated online grading for virtual machine-based systems administration courses: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 452 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Building knowledge and confidence with mediascripting: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1982 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The inverted-lecture model: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 521 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The simulation creation toolkit: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 798 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Middle school students using Alice: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 448 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Bug catcher: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 3347 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Analyzing PHP frameworks for use in a project-based software engineering course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 693 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Gaps between industry expectations and the abilities of graduates: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 581 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A mid-career review of teaching computer science I: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 443 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Designing and supporting collaborative learning activities: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 349 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Expanding access to K-12 computer science education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 394 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Two models of a cryptography and computer security class in a liberal arts context: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 467 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The entrepreneur's bootcamp: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 575 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Growing a computer science program with a focus on game development: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 694 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A derivation-first approach to teaching algorithms: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 652 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Online python tutor: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1107 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW CS circles: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 708 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Accelerating K-12 computational thinking using scaffolding, staging, and abstraction: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 571 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Girls on the go: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1091 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computer science "big ideas" play well in digital sound and music: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 440 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A method for incorporating usable security into computer security courses: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 472 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A case for course capstone projects in CS1: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 839 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Empirical evaluation of periodic retrospective assessment: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 525 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Software security testing of an online banking system: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 499 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A combat robotics course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Control-Alt-Hack™: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Creation of interdisciplinary programs in computational science (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Evaluation of the emerging scholars program at Columbia University (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Classroom interventions to reduce failure & course withdrawal in CS1 (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using an alternate reality game as a course backdrop (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using sequential pattern mining to increase graph comprehension in intelligent tutoring system student data (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW MyCS: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Cyberbulling and game models (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Enhance computer networks learning with hands-on mobile device based labware (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Women in technology: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Creating an educational robot by embedding a learning agent in the physical world (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching software engineering with an open-source humanitarian software project (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computing in context (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW OpenDSA: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Selecting and using a parallel programming language (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 55 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A comprehensive software engineering education program for grades 6 to 12 in NYC public schools (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching data structures with BeSocratic (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Robobuilder: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Embracing the digital humanities: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A cloud computing curriculum for undergraduate CS majors (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Interdisciplinary computing, successes and challenges (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW How students learn: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Kodu, alice and lego robotics: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A multi-level video game for teaching security (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computing foundations for the scientist (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW On the countably many misconceptions about #hashtables (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computer science-education outreach: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Developing game-like instructional modules to enhance student learning in lower level core computer science courses (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Geospatial intelligence as a context for computing education (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Ant colony simulation as an engaging, extendable, and easily gradable programming project(abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A project spine framework for software engineering education (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Student development of board game strategies in a web-based graphical infrastructure (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 55 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Automated generation and grading of programming assignments (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW CSTA CS K-12 instructional standards and CS curriculum (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Integrating communication skills into the computer science curriculum (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Technovation challenge: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Replicating exploring computer science (ECS) (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching track faculty in CS (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Starting and sustaining an undergraduate research program in computer science (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Technology that educators of computing hail (TECH): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A town meeting: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computer scientists put the informatics into bio, health, and medical informatics education (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Encouraging faculty & student involvement in humanitarian free and open source software (HFOSS)(abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW CSTA chapters: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW How PhD students at research universities can prepare for a career at a liberal arts college (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using version control in the classroom (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Including HCI and user experience (UX) methodologies in computing curriculum (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 55 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Taking studio-based learning online (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching security using hands-on exercises (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Dual degree tracks for computer science majors (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The joy of word games: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW ROS at every level: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Alice 3.1 (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW CSinParallel: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 56 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW SNAP! (build your own blocks) (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 55 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Incorporating version control into programming courses (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Introducing secure coding in CS0 and CS1 (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Experimenting with and integrating Alice 2.3 into many disciplines (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW How to plan and run computing summer camps for 4th-12th grade students (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Pedagogy for engaging diverse students in computing: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching the CS principles curriculum with App Inventor (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW NetLogo: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Peer instruction in CS: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computer science via digital sound and music: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Experiments with network security threats in a safe, easy sandbox (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW LINQ from a database perspective: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Catalyzing & sustaining change in computing education (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Augmenting introductory computer science classes with GameMaker and mobile apps (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )

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