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See Events ITLS Community Members Will Participate in SIGCSE 2019 in Minneapolis

Matthew Havertz

02/14/2019

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Members of the Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences (ITLS) Department will share their research and participate at the Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) Technical Symposium in Minneapolis from February 27th to March 2nd 2019. According to their website, "The SIGCSE Technical Symposium is the largest computing education conference worldwide organized by ACM SIGCSE. It attracts over 1,500 researchers, educators, and others interested in improving computing education in K-12 and higher education."

This symposium is the perfect opportunity for ITLS community members to share the research projects they have been working on via poster sessions, presentations, and workshops. It is also an opportunity to learn from other scholars' research and build opportunities to collaborate.

Below is a list of participation from members of the ITLS community:


ITLS Constituent Date Time Location Title
Dr. Deborah Fields Thursday, February 28th 10:45 AM Hyatt: Northstar A (2nd floor) Session 1J: Rethinking Debugging as Productive Failure for CS Education
Dr. David Feldon and Dr. Jennifer Blaney Thursday, February 28th 3:45 PM Hyatt: Greenway F/G (2nd floor) Session 3H: Broadening Participation in Computing: Putting Our Work in Context
Dr. Kristin Searle Thursday, February 28th 5:30 PM Hyatt: Greenway B/C (2nd floor) BOF #3A: Toward an Anti-Racist Theory of Computational Curricula
Dr. Mimi Recker Friday, March 1st 3:45 PM Hyatt: Greenway A (2nd floor) Designing a Middle School Science Curriculum that Integrates Computational Thinking and Sensor Technology
Dr. Deborah Fields Saturday, March 2nd 12:05 PM Millennium: Grand North (1st floor) Stitching the Loop with Electronic Textiles

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