Department of Information Technology

Computer Science Education


Schedule from TimeEdit. The schedule will be updated, but only minor changes are expected

When What Who Comments/ Literature
Part 1. Introduction.
18/9 Course presentation. Introduction to Computer Science Education (CSEd) Research and Computer Science Didactics Anders Berglund slides
21/9 Classifying CSEd Research Arnold Pears Slides
27/9 Approaches to CER Arnold Pears Slides
27/9 Researching students' learning of computer science Anders Berglund Slides F&P, Berglund, A. et al. 2006.
28/9 Lab. how do students understand 'object' and 'class'. Lab on phenomenography Anders Berglund
3/10 Discussion seminars, learning computer science. What can we say? In what ways can we find out? What can we do? UpCERG research team
Part 2. Hot topics in Computer Science Education.
6/10, Guest Topic: Introductory programming. Licentiate seminar for Anna Eckerdal. Title of the thesis: Novice Students' Learning of Object-Oriented Programming Call Thesis
10/10 Topic: Learning Technology. How can we use computers to support learning in computer science? State of the art. Arnold Pears
11/10 Topic: Pedagogy. Teaching Computer Science Anders Berglund, Anna Eckerdal
13/10, Guest Topic: The CS teacher. Computer Science teachers as amateurs, students and researchers Raymond Lister The lecture is given over link from University Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia
6/11, 13-15, Guest Topic: Gender Issues. Gender issues in CSEd Lecia Barker Paper distributed by mail
13/11, 13-15, Guest Topic: Values in CS Eduction Research. A critical perspective on research Tony Clear Paper distributed by mail
Cancelled Topic: Statistical studies.
20/11 Discussion seminars, researching computer science UpCERG research team
Part 3. Projects Projects are selected individually or in small groups approx Oct 15. Councelling on individual projects by UpCERG research team
4/12 - 5 /12 CeTUSS conference Mats Daniels Possible to attend the conference for course participants. Good projects, ready well in advance are subject to presentation.
18/1 Project discussions, 1245 UpCERG research team

Updated  2007-06-27 15:08:08 by Anders Berglund.