Student Learning: Creating, Refining, and Promoting
Evaluation and Research Across Computing Education Workshop
The Student Learning: Creating, Refining, and Promoting Evaluation and Research Across Computing Education Workshop will be held as part of the International Computing Education Research conference in Toronto, Canada.
This full-day workshop will take place on Sunday, August 11th.
The workshop is designed to explore the current state of evaluation in computer science education in an effort to lay the foundation for identifying current and future needs. Participants will work in teams based on areas of interest (e.g. primary, secondary, post-secondary, RPP, etc.).
The preliminary agenda is as follows:
|8:30am||Arrival for Registration, coffee and tea|
|9:00am||Introduction, topic setting|
|9:30am||Breakout Session 1: Identify strengths and weaknesses in assessment and evaluation within their own communities.|
|11:00am||Breakout Session 2: Identify and prioritize the assessment and evaluation needs within their own communities.|
|1:00pm||Breakout Session 3: Identify the changes (cultural, resources, technological, etc.) that need to occur to fill the needs identified in Breakout Session 2.|
|3:00pm||Findings: Teams will share their findings from each of the breakout sessions to the larger group for additional discussion|
For more information about ICER, please visit https://icer.acm.org.
For more information about this workshop, please email Adrienne Decker (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Monica McGill (email@example.com).
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED!
To apply for this workshop, please complete the Workshop Application form prior to June 8th, 2019. We will send out notifications on or before June 15th, 2019.