SIGCSE 2009: Chattanooga, TN, USA

Keynote address

Starting with scratch in CS 1

Developing problem-solving skills

Listening to students

Networking and mobile apps

Breadth n-th

Invited session: SIGCSE at 40

Special session

Special session

Panel session

Quotidian pedagogy

Recruitment

Distributed computing for the classroom

CS1/2 transitions

Invited session: SIGCSE at 40

Special session

Panel session

Panel session

Test-driven pedagogical approaches

Retention

Capturing and analyzing student artifacts

Computational thinking across disciplines

Invited session: SIGCSE at 40

Panel session

Panel session

Keynote address

Panel session

Graphical frameworks for CS1

Engaging K-12

Secure systems

Shaking up our worldview

Special session

Special session

Special session

Graphical introduction to programming in K-12

Mental hygiene -- analysis and promotion of good CS work habits

Taking software engineering out of the classroom

Games 2 teach

Special session

Special session

Panel session

Games how-to

Departmental issues

Reflecting on programming

Models for cross-course fertilization of ideas

Special session

Panel session

Special session

Tools for engagement

Robots

Systems

Interdisciplinary multimedia

Special session

Special session

Special session

Data- and code-space animation

Summer outreach programs

Software design

Curriculum innovation

Panel session

Whither scheme? 21st century approaches to scheme in CS1

Keynote address

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