11. ITiCSE 2006:
Italy Renzo Davoli, Michael Goldweber, Paola Salomoni (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 11th Annual SIGCSE Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE 2006, Bologna, Italy, June 26-28, 2006.
ACM 2006, ISBN 1-59593-055-8
Innovation in the classroom
Outreach and object-oriented strategies
Human computer interactions
CS eduacation research I
- Anna Eckerdal, Robert McCartney, Jan Erik Moström, Mark Ratcliffe, Kate Sanders, Carol Zander:
Putting threshold concepts into context in computer science education.
- Emilia Mendes, Lubna Basil Al-Fakhri, Andrew Luxton-Reilly:
A replicated experiment of pair-programming in a 2nd-year software development and design computer science course.
- Brian Hanks:
Student attitudes toward pair programming.
- Raymond Lister, Beth Simon, Errol Thompson, Jacqueline L. Whalley, Christine Prasad:
Not seeing the forest for the trees: novice programmers and the SOLO taxonomy.
Course and capstone projects
CS I & CS II
First year experiences
Ethics and gender diversity
CS education research II
Panel session 1
Panel session 2
Poster session 1
Poster session 2
- Vicki L. Almstrum, Mary Z. Last:
Men are from toys: women are from tools.
- Laurent Dairaine, Ernesto Exposito, Guillaume Jourjon, P. Casenove, F. Tan, Emmanuel Lochin:
IREEL: remote experimentation with real protocols and applications over emulated network.
- Donald Joyce:
Educating computing professionals at postgraduate level.
- William J. Joel:
Engaging computer science education.
- Louise Moses:
Animation programming: an alternative approach to CS1.
- Vladimír Bures:
Systems thinking as a basis for ambient intelligence.
- Janne Lindqvist, Sanna Liimatainen:
VERKKOKE: online teaching environment for telecommunications software and routing.
- Titus Winters, Tom Payne:
Computer aided assessment with human oversight.
- Robert D. Campbell, Elizabeth K. Hawthorne, Karl J. Klee:
Activities of the ACM two-year college education committee.
- Heidi J. C. Ellis:
Undergraduate involvement in bioinformatics research: lessons from the CONNJUR project.
Poster session 3
- Ingrid Russell, Zdravko Markov, Todd W. Neller:
Teaching AI through machine learning projects.
- Frank Keenan, Sarah Powell, Gerry Coleman, Kevin McDaid:
Learning project planning the agile way.
- Judith Gal-Ezer, Mark B. Trakhtenbrot:
Algebraic characterization of regular languages: how to cope with all these equivalences?
- Sarah Rauchas, Ian Sanders, Benjamin Kumwenda:
The effect of prior programming experience in a scheme-based breadth-first curriculum at wits.
- Lillian N. Cassel, Edward A. Fox:
Sharing the wealth: publishing electronic resources.
- Imtiaz Amzad, Arturo Jose Ortiz:
Model based project centered team learning.
- Tzu-Yi Chen, Gary Lewandowski, Robert McCartney, Kate Sanders, Beth Simon:
What do beginning students know, and what can they do?
- Boguslaw Schreyer, Wojciech Wawrzynski:
Finite automata models for CS problem with binary semaphore.
- Giovanni M. Bianco, Ignazio Locatelli:
PlayToLearn: a game adventure in the realm of Si Piuh.
- Gregory W. Hislop, Thomas B. Hilburn, Michael J. Lutz, Mark J. Sebern:
Sharing software engineering curriculum materials.
Poster session 4
- Monica I. Costa, Carmem Tavares, João Barroso, Salviano Soares:
Reconstructed high frame rate sequences quality measurement tool.
- Gordon Davies, Lillian N. Cassel, Heikki Topi:
Using a computing ontology for educational purposes.
- Alexander Holt, Sarah Rauchas, Ian Sanders:
Introducing python into the first year curriculum at wits.
- Roy P. Pargas:
A targeted tablet PC software development course.
- John English:
The checkpoint automated assessment system.
- Cyril Klimes, Hashim Habiballa:
Flexible computer science university studies.
- Luís Assunção, António Luís Osório:
Teaching web services using .NET platform.
- Per Arne Godejord:
Exploring teacher methodology: using the example of sexual abuse of children as a way of teaching social informatics.
- Jaime Urquiza-Fuentes, Micael Gallego-Carrillo, Francisco Gortázar-Bellas, J. Ángel Velázquez-Iturbide:
Visualizing the symbol table.
- Gregory W. Hislop, Heidi J. C. Ellis:
Retention of distance and on-campus students in a graduate computer science degree program.
Tips and techniques
- Joseph G. Tront, Vinod Eligeti, Jane C. Prey:
WriteOn: a tool for classroom presentations on tablet PCs.
- Roland N. Ibbett, Juan Carlos Diaz y Carballo, D. A. W. Dolman:
Computer architecture simulation models.
- Alessio Gaspar, Clark Godwin, Joe Stanaback:
SOFTICE undergraduate operating systems laboratories.
- Poul Henriksen:
- James H. Cross II, T. Dean Hendrix:
jGRASP: a lightweight IDE with dynamic object viewers for CS1 and CS2.
- Michael Bruce-Lockhart, Theodore S. Norvell:
Interactive embedded examples: a demonstration.
- William G. Griswold, Beth Simon:
Ubiquitous presenter: fast, scalable active learning for the whole classroom.
- Jon Wise:
GoJava: a java development tool for beginners.
- Susan H. Rodger:
Learning automata and formal languages interactively with JFLAP.
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- Jacqueline Baldwin, Eileen Crupi, Tabitha Estrellado:
WeBWorK for programming fundamentals.
- Vladan Bozic:
Application of finite state automata to the bakery algorithm in critical section modeling.
- Josephine Ekman:
A web-based information centre to provide help, guidance and support for students.
- Jessica Byrnes, Thomas Huffner, Todd McNeal, Lauren Pisciotta, Zackary Zweber:
Technological confidence at an early age.
- Tazeen Fatima, Jonathan D. Marra, Ronald Realubit, Georgiy Schegolev, Katherine G. Herbert:
Automated gene processing and exon sequence retrieval.
- Zdravko Markov, Ingrid Russell:
An introduction to the WEKA data mining system.