Education and Technology research seminar: 2005 Winter
CSE 591ED Seminar Overview
As of 2005 Winter, this is the new wiki for the Education & Technology group's research reading seminar, CSE 591ED. Goals include sampling current research in CS education and educational technology, learning research methods in these areas, and discussing local research efforts.
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2005 Winter Offering
We meet Wednesdays from 10:30 to 11:00 am in CSE 503, with the option of extending discussion beyond the half hour.
Education & Technology group members: Our weekly group meeting immediately precedes the seminar, from 10:00 to 10:30.
|03 Jan||planning|| topic and reading list below
last quarter's candidate reading list
|12 Jan||Ken's Punishment||H.G. Taylor and L.C. Mounfield. Exploration of the relationship between prior computing experience and gender on success in college computer science. J. Educational Computing Research, 11(4), 1994.||Ken|
|19 Jan||Kolb and Zull!||"Learning Exercises for the Rest of Your Brain," by Roger DeBry (CCSC Rocky Mountain 2004)||Vibha|
|26 Jan||Kolb and Learning Styles||"McCarthy's 4MAT System" in Marching to Different Drummers by Pat Burke Guild and Stephen Garger||Kate|
|02 Feb||Initiative and Learning||Mark G. Core, Johanna D. Moore, and Claus Zinn. The Role of Initiative in Tutorial Dialogue Tenth Conference of the EACL, 2003||Kate|
|09 Feb||SIGCSE preview||L.J. Barker, K. Garvin-Doxas, and E. Roberts. What Can Computer Science Learn from a Fine Arts Approach to Teaching. To appear, SIGCSE 2005.||Ken|
|16 Feb||qualitative research|| selections from report on NSF Workshop on Scientific Foundations of Qualitative Research
Monica: General Guidance, Recommendations for Designing, Evaluating, Strengthening", "Advancing the Scientific Basis of Qual. Research"
Ken: "Improving...proposal evaluation", "Problems of analysis"
Tammy: "Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Research", "A Few Thoughts on Combining Qualitative and Quantitative Methods"
|23 Feb||cancelled||SIGCSE 2005 in St. Louis, MO|
|02 Mar||SIGCSE debrief||Please show up at 10:00 am!|
|09 Mar||defensive climate|| Barker et al. Defensive climate in the computer science classroom. SIGCSE 2002.
Garvin-Doxas & Barker. Creating learning environments that support interaction. SIGCSE 2003. (optional)
Barker & Garvin-Doxas. Making visible the behaviors that influence learning environment: A qualitative exploration of computer science classrooms. To appear in Computer Science Education. (optional; mail Ken for copy)
Candidate Topics and Readings
As usual, please feel free to add your ideas here:
- catching up with journals like the Dec 2004 issue of Computer Science Education and ASEE's Journal of Engineering Education
- R. Debry, 2004. Learning Exercises for the Rest of Your Brain. Proceedings of the Mideast and Rocky Mountain Regional CCSC Conferences. (Vibha)
- I. Benest, J. Carter, and J. Chandler. Identifying the Dominant Personality and Attitudinal Traits in Computer Science Students. Proceedings of ICEE, 2003. (Tammy)