Date
Time slot Presenters & Titles
Thursday
morning,
10:00‑11:00
  • EDURange: an easy-to-use framework for cybersecurity education
    Jens Mache, Lewis and Clark College; Richard Weiss, Evergreen State College; Michael Locasto, University of Calgary
  • A New Tool for Guiding Faculty in Customizing Database Visualizations for Learners of Many Majors
    Suzanne W. Dietrich, Arizona State University; Don Goelman, Villanova University
  • Software Tutors for Introductory Programming: Epplets, Codelets and Problets
    Amruth N. Kumar, Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • Computing in the Arts: Community Building and Curriculum Development
    Jennifer Burg, Wake Forest University
Thursday
afternoon
3:00‑4:00
  • CyberPaths: Broadening the Path to STEM Professions through Cybersecurity Learning
    Xenia Mountrouidou, College of Charleston; Xiang-Yang Li, Illinois Institute of Technology
  • CS Principle Ebooks for Teachers and Students building on Educational Psychology Principles
    Barbara Ericson, Mark Guzdial, Miranda Parker, Georgia Tech
  • Activity-Based Logical Code Reasoning
    Michelle Cook, Jason O. Hallstrom, Joseph E. Hollingsworth, Murali Sitaraman, Clemson University
  • Design Challenges and Stories: Integrating Reflective Design Learning in Computer Science
    John Georgas, Northern Arizona University
Friday
morning
10:00‑11:00
  • Information Assurance and Security Education on Portable Labs
    Dan Lo, Kennesaw State University
  • Increasing Student Interest in Data Structures Courses with Real-World Data and Visualizations Using BRIDGES
    Kalpathi Subramanian, Jamie Payton, Michael Youngblood, Robert Kosara, Paula Goolkasian, David Burlinson, Mihai Mehedint, Dakota Carmer, UNC Charlotte
  • Automated Laboratory Generation for Yakama Nation Students
    Brent Lagesse, University of Washington
  • On Beyond Sudoku: Pencil Puzzles for Introductory Computer Science
    Zack Butler, Ivona Bezakova, Rochester Institute of Technology
Friday
afternoon
3:00‑4:00
  • Collaborative Research: Capacity building in Cybersecurity-literacy: An inter-disciplinary approach
    Shamik Sengupta, University of Nevada, Reno
  • Authentic STEAM-based Computer Science Education for Non-Majors
    Brian Magerko, Tom McKlin, Lea Ikkache, Georgia Tech
  • Puzzle-Based Learning Approach to Teaching Cyber Security Concepts
    Joshua Britt, Jackson State Community College
  • Integration of Computing with Electronic Textiles to Improve Teaching and Learning of Electronics in Secondary Science
    Colby Tofel-Grehl, Utah State University
Saturday
morning
10:00‑11:00
  • Designing and Studying of Maker Oriented Learning to Transform Advanced Computer Science
    Zane Cochran, Georgia Tech
  • Transforming Computer Science Education Research Through Use of Appropriate Empirical Research Methods: Mentoring and Tutorials
    Jeffrey Carver, University of Alabama; Sarah Heckman, North Carolina State University; Mark Sherriff, University of Virginia
  • Middle-years Computer Science
    Sam Andow, Kaitlyn Eng, Julia McCarthy, Olivia Palenscar, Adam Schulze, Tommy Schneider, Zachary Dodds, Harvey Mudd College; Bryan Twarek, San Francisco Unified School District
  • Collaborative Research: Developing Course Modules to Teach Service-Oriented Programming through Exemplification and Visualization
    Rajendra Raj, Rochester Institute of Technology