Lillian (Boots) Cassel, Nell B. Dale, Henry MacKay Walker, Susan M. Haller (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 31st SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 2000, Austin, Texas, USA, March 7-12, 2000.
ACM 2000, ISBN 1-58113-213-1
Austin, Texas, USA
: Design and analysis of algorithms reconsidered.
: Cogito, Ergo sum! cognitive processes of students dealing with data structures.
Mary Ann Robbert
: Enhancing the value of a project in the database course.
: Powers of 10: the case for changing the first course in computer graphics.
, David J. Stucki
: Design early considered harmful: graduated exposure to complexity and structure based on levels of cognitive development.
Viera K. Proulx
: Programming patterns and design patterns in the introductory computer science course.
Eric V. Siegel
: Iambic IBM AI: the palindrome discovery AI project.
: Remote logging in Java using Jeli: a facility to enhance development of accessible educational software.
: Fostering and assessing communication skills in the computer science context.
: Getting participation through discussion.
: Pedagogically sound responses to economic rationalism.
Ann E. Kelley Sobel
: Empirical results of a software engineering curriculum incorporating formal methods.
: Toolkits in first year computer science: a pedagogical imperative.
Ann E. Fleury
: Programming in Java: student-constructed rules.
David C. Gibbs
: The effect of a constructivist learning environment for field-dependent/independent students on achievement in introductory computer programming.
Kevin W. Bowyer
: Video resources for use in teaching ethics and computing.
: Myths about object-orientation and its pedagogy.
: Bugs as features: teaching network protocols through debugging.
Randolph M. Jones
: Design and implementation of computer games: a capstone course for undergraduate computer science education.
Sharon M. Tuttle
: A capstone course for a computer information systems major.
David L. Spooner
: A Bachelor of Science in information technology: an interdisciplinary approach.
: Strategies for encouraging individual achievement in introductory computer science courses.
: Operating systems projects built on a simple hardware simulator.
: Experimentation with bounded buffer synchronization.
Kam Hou Vat
: Teaching Software Psychology: expanding the perspective.
David G. Kay
: Intellectual property law basics for computer science instructors (seminar session).
John A. N. Lee
, Kevin W. Bowyer
: Future faculty development seminar in ethics, social impact and alternative teaching strategies (seminar session).