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December 23, 2021

Join us virtually in Durham to discuss Computing Education Practice (CEP) on 6th Jan 2022

Filed under: education,Uncategorized — Duncan Hull @ 10:40 am
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The ACM Computing Education Practice (CEP) conference is aimed at practitioners and researchers in computing education, both within Computer Science departments and elsewhere. The conference provides a platform to share and discuss innovations and developments in the practice of computing education. CEP is a community, not just a series of proceedings; everybody is encouraged to participate even if they are not presenting. We have an exciting programme of talks and workshops scheduled which will be of interest to anyone teaching Computer Science including:

  • Narrowing and Stretching: Addressing the Challenges of Multi-track programming by Steven Bradley and Eleni Akrida, Durham University
  • Automated Code Tracing Exercises for CS1 by Sean Russell, University College Dublin
  • Feedback and Engagement on an Introductory Programming Module by Beate Grawemeyer et al Coventry University 
  • Gender parity in peer assessment of team software development projects by Tom Crick et al Swansea University
  • Promoting Engagement in Remote Computing Ethics Education by Joseph Maguire and Steve Draper, University of Glasgow
  • Co-constructing a Community of Practice for Early-Career Computer Science Academics in the UK by Tom Crick et al 
  • Assessing Knowledge and Skills in Forensics with Alternative Assessment Pathways by Joseph Maguire
  • Little Man Computer + Scratch: A recipe to construct a mental model of program execution by Noman Javed, London School of Economics
  • Application of Amazon Web Services within teaching & learning at a UK University by Dan Flood Coventry University

The conference will be held online on Thursday 6th January 2022. More info and registration at cepconference.webspace.durham.ac.uk/programme. We look forward to seeing you there. 

On behalf of the UK ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) uki-sigcse.acm.org/about/

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