Tami Lapidot, Judith Gal-Ezer, Michael E. Caspersen, Orit Hazzan (Eds.):
Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, ITiCSE '12, Haifa, Israel, July 3-5, 2012.
ACM 2012, ISBN 978-1-4503-1246-2
17. ITiCSE 2012:
Michael O. Rabin
: Never too early to begin: computer science for high-school students.
: Alan turing and the other theory of computation.
: Standing on the shoulders of a giant: one person's experience of turing's impact.
: Digging for algorithmic nuggets in the land of polyominoes.
Osvaldo Luiz Oliveira
: Statistical evidence of the correlation between mental ability to compute and student performance in undergraduate courses.
Technologies in CSE
John Mark Pullen
: Pros and cons for teaching courses in the classroom and online simultaneously.
: SpecCheck: automated generation of tests for interface conformance.
Short presentations I
Computers and society
Short presentations II
, Frederick Crabbe
, Rita Doerr
, Raymond Greenlaw
, Chris Hoffmeister
, Justin Monroe
, Donald Needham
, Andrew Phillips
, Anthony Pollman
, Stephen Schall
, John Schultz
, Steven Simon
, David Stahl
, Sarah Standard
: Anatomy, dissection, and mechanics of an introductory cyber-security course's curriculum at the United States naval academy.
: Integrating the teaching of algorithmic patterns into computer science teacher preparation programs.
: μPython: non-majors programming from the very first lecture.
Tips, techniques and courseware I
Tips, techniques and courseware II
Karina Vashta Assiter
: Introvert educators: techniques to be effective in the traditional face-to-face CS classroom.
: Junior high school students performing image smoothening and noise filtering by applying mathematical operations.
: Intuitive thinking while dealing with abstract data types.
: Teachers' perception of teaching problem-solving strategies to novices.
: Using quick response codes for student interaction during lectures.
: Zawilinski: helping beginning programmers conduct mediawiki-based research.
: Visual search with deep zoom to explore curriculum resources interactively.