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Scratch and ScratchEd at SIGCSE 2012

SIGCSE (ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education) is a forum for educators to discuss issues related to the development, implementation, and/or evaluation of computing programs, curricula, and courses, as well as syllabi, laboratories, and other elements of teaching and pedagogy. The upcoming SIGCSE annual conference will be held February 29 - March 2 in Raleigh, North Carolina, and this year’s theme is: "Teaching, Learning, and Collaborating," commemorating North Carolina's renowned "Research Triangle" where SIGCSE 2012 will be held.

Scratch is going to be represented at the conference through workshops, papers, panels and special sessions:

Building Upon and Enriching Grade Four Mathematics Standards with Programming Curriculum
Paper: K-6 Collaborations
Thursday, March 1, 10:45AM - 12:00PM
Colleen M. Lewis and Niral Shah, University of California, Berkeley

How Well Do Online Forums Facilitate Discussion and Collaboration Among Novice Animation Programmers?
Paper: Online Collaboration
Thursday, March 1, 3:45PM - 5:00PM
Christopher Scaffidi, Aniket Dahotre and Yan Zhang, Oregon State University

The MIT Center for Mobile Learning and the Future of App Inventor
Supporter Session: Google
Friday, March 2, 1:45PM - 3:00PM
Hal Abelson, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
MIT Mark Friedman, Former App Inventor Project Lead, Google

The Writers’ Workshop for Youth Programmers: Digital Storytelling with Scratch in Middle School Classrooms
Paper: Alice and Scratch
Friday, March 2, 3:45PM - 5:00PM
Quinn Burke and Yasmin B. Kafai, University of Pennsylvania

Starting with ubicomp: Using the SenseBoard to Introduce Computing
Paper: Attracting Majors
Saturday, March 3, 10:55AM - 12:10PM
Marian Petre, Mike Richards and Arosha Bandara, The Open University

What Do Students Learn About Programming From Game, Music Video, And Storytelling Projects?
Paper: CS Education Research
Saturday, March 3, 10:55AM - 12:10PM
Joel Adams and Andrew Webster, Calvin College

Improving the Accessibility of Computing Enrichment Programs
Workshop
Saturday, March 3, 3:00PM - 6:00PM
Richard Ladner, University of Washington
Karen Alkoby, Gallaudet University
Jeff Bigham, University of Rochester
Stephanie Ludi, Rochester Institute of Technology
Daniela Marghitu, Auburn University
Andreas Stefik, University of Southern Illinois, Edwardsville

 

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Member

Folks,

 

The second link at the top of the page is pointing to last year conference.

My best.

Member

Thanks for the bug report! :) Fixed.

Member

I will be in attendance!

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