ICER 2022
Sun 7 - Wed 10 August 2022 Lugano, Switzerland
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Sun 7 Aug

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09:00 - 16:30
Work in ProgressWork in Progress Workshop at Red Building - A11
Chair(s): Quintin Cutts University of Glasgow, UK, Lauren Margulieux Georgia State University
09:00
7h30m
Talk
Work In Progress Workshop
Work in Progress Workshop

15:00 - 16:30
RegistrationPlenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana

Meet here in the Foyer of Aula Magna before 16:30 to join the walk to the reception (we plan to leave at 16:30 sharp). Drop by a bit earlier to pick up your materials. USI’s Elisa Larghi and Diana Dos Santos at the reception desk will be happy to answer possible questions about the venue or Lugano.

15:00
90m
Registration
Registration
Plenary

16:30 - 17:15
Walking tourPlenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana

At 16:30 sharp we will start walking together from the conference location (Aula Magna, USI) to the location of the welcome reception (LAC). Our walk will take us through some of the nicest locations of the city and along the lake.

If you miss this, you can quite easily find LAC yourself (walk along the lake in south-western direction, LAC is the modern building that sticks out towards the lake, at Piazza Luini). If you prefer not to walk, you also might want to take a bus. There is no direct bus from USI to LAC, but bus #1 or #4 go from “Lugano Centro” to “Piazza Luini”, and most buses (not bus #6, though!) stop at “Lugano Centro”.

16:30
45m
Social Event
Walking tour
Plenary

17:15 - 18:30
ReceptionPlenary at LAC
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana

The welcome reception takes place in front of LAC (Lugano Arte e Cultura – the arts and culture center of Lugano) next to the lake. If you joined the walking tour from campus, you will already be here at the end of the tour. If you skip the walking tour, you can go straight to LAC on your own.

17:15
75m
Social Event
Reception
Plenary

Mon 8 Aug

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08:00 - 08:30
RegistrationPlenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana

If you missed Sunday’s registration and reception, you can still pick up your material at the registration desk now.

08:00
30m
Registration
Registration
Plenary

08:30 - 09:00
OpeningPlenary at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Kathi Fisler Brown University, Diana Franklin University of Chicago, Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana, Jan Vahrenhold Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Join us for this opening and welcome session (which is also live-streamed on Zoom).

08:30
30m
Day opening
Opening
Plenary

09:00 - 09:30
Lightning TalksLightning Talks and Posters at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Violetta Lonati University of Milan, Eleanor O'Rourke Northwestern University

A sequence of 3-minute lightning talks. Physical presenters present live on stage, for virtual presenters we will play their pre-recorded video. Many lightning talks are accompanied by a poster, so don’t miss the opportunity to meet the presenters during the following poster session.

09:00
4m
Talk
Historical Computing as Pedagogy
Lightning Talks and Posters
Julie M. Smith University of North Texas
09:04
4m
Poster
Designing a Supportive IDE to Help Novices Recognise and Recover from Programming Misconceptions
Lightning Talks and Posters
Abigail Evans University of York, Jieren Liu Northeastern University, Zihan Wang Northeastern University, Mingming Zheng Northeastern University
DOI
09:08
4m
Talk
Connecting and supporting data science education researchers through the CAUSE Organization
Lightning Talks and Posters
Matthew Beckman Penn State University, USA, Laura Le University of Minnesota
09:12
4m
Poster
What does space look like in CS? Mapping out the relationship between spatial skills and CS aptitude
Lightning Talks and Posters
Jack Parkinson University of Glasgow
DOI
09:17
4m
Poster
Beyond Black-Boxing: Building Intuitions of Complex Machine Learning Ideas Through Interactives and Levels of Abstraction
Lightning Talks and Posters
Brian Broll Vanderbilt University, Shuchi Grover Looking Glass Ventures / Stanford University, Derek Babb University of Nebraska Omaha
DOI
09:21
4m
Talk
The Pursuit of Ethical Work in Tech: A Participatory Action Research with Computer Science and Engineering Students in Silicon Valley
Lightning Talks and Posters
Ashley Lee Stanford University
09:25
4m
Poster
If Creativity Return Computing: Exploring the Impact of Computing on Students' Mathematical Creativity in Linear Algebra
Lightning Talks and Posters
Sarah Castle Michigan State University
DOI
09:30 - 10:00
Coffee break #1Plenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana

Enjoy a coffee and some sweets. Physical participants meet up with virtual participants in the five lounges (and get a special Swiss cookie for chatting with a virtual participant).

Virtual Poster Presenters go to their POSTERS room on Discord. Towards the end of the break we will make you appear in one of the five lounges so you can present to virtual and physical participants.

Physical Poster Presenters go to their physical poster stand, set up their laptop and connect to their POSTERS room on Discord. This way virtual participants can join the physical poster presentation (by interacting live through Discord).

09:30
30m
Break
Coffee break
Plenary

10:00 - 10:30
PostersLightning Talks and Posters at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Violetta Lonati University of Milan, Eleanor O'Rourke Northwestern University

The posters are all presented concurrently (in this 30-minute slot).

10:00
3m
Poster
Designing a Supportive IDE to Help Novices Recognise and Recover from Programming Misconceptions
Lightning Talks and Posters
Abigail Evans University of York, Jieren Liu Northeastern University, Zihan Wang Northeastern University, Mingming Zheng Northeastern University
DOI
10:03
3m
Poster
If Creativity Return Computing: Exploring the Impact of Computing on Students' Mathematical Creativity in Linear Algebra
Lightning Talks and Posters
Sarah Castle Michigan State University
DOI
10:07
3m
Poster
What does space look like in CS? Mapping out the relationship between spatial skills and CS aptitude
Lightning Talks and Posters
Jack Parkinson University of Glasgow
DOI
10:11
3m
Poster
Beyond Black-Boxing: Building Intuitions of Complex Machine Learning Ideas Through Interactives and Levels of Abstraction
Lightning Talks and Posters
Brian Broll Vanderbilt University, Shuchi Grover Looking Glass Ventures / Stanford University, Derek Babb University of Nebraska Omaha
DOI
10:15
3m
Poster
Generating Diverse Code Explanations using the GPT-3 Large Language Model
Lightning Talks and Posters
Stephen MacNeil Temple University, Andrew Tran Temple University, Daniel Mogil Temple University, Seth Bernstein Temple University, Erin Ross Temple University, Ziheng Huang UC San Diego
DOI
10:18
3m
Poster
Promoting Computational Thinking in Teacher Education - Combining Semantic Waves and Algorithmic Thinking
Lightning Talks and Posters
Frauke Ritter University of Education Karlsruhe, Bernhard Standl Karlsruhe University of Education
DOI
10:22
3m
Poster
Understanding gender bias: Differences in tech stereotypes according to the socio-economic background of girls
Lightning Talks and Posters
Katherine Vergara Universidad Católica de Chile
DOI
10:26
3m
Poster
UPIC a Problem-Solving Framework: Understand, Plan, Implement, and Correctness/Debugging
Lightning Talks and Posters
DOI
10:30 - 12:00
Session 1: Programming AssignmentsResearch Papers at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Brett Becker University College Dublin
10:30
30m
Paper
A Pair of ACES: An Analysis of Isomorphic Questions on an Elementary Computing Assessment
Research Papers
Miranda Parker San Diego State University, Leiny Garcia University of California, Irvine, Yvonne Kao WestEd, Diana Franklin University of Chicago, Susan Krause University of Chicago, Mark Warschauer University of California, Irvine
DOI Pre-print
11:00
30m
Paper
Using Adaptive Parsons Problems to Scaffold Write-Code Problems
Research Papers
Xinying Hou University of Michigan, Barbara Ericson University of Michigan, Xu Wang University of Michigan
DOI
11:30
30m
Paper
Automatic Generation of Programming Exercises and Code Explanations Using Large Language ModelsBest Paper
Research Papers
Sami Sarsa Aalto University, Paul Denny The University of Auckland, Arto Hellas Aalto University, Juho Leinonen Aalto University
DOI Pre-print
12:00 - 13:30
LunchPlenary at Mensa
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana
12:00
90m
Lunch
Lunch
Plenary

13:30 - 15:00
Session 2: ParticipationResearch Papers at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Miranda Parker San Diego State University
13:30
30m
Paper
Self-efficacy, Interest, and Belongingness – URM Students’ Momentary Experiences in CS1
Research Papers
Alex Lishinski Michigan State University, Sarah Narvaiz University of Tennessee, Joshua Rosenberg University of Tennessee
DOI
14:00
30m
Paper
Gender, Race, and Economic Status along the Computing Education Pipeline: Examining Disparities in Course Enrollment and Wage Earnings
Research Papers
Jayce R. Warner The University of Texas at Austin, Stephanie N. Baker The University of Texas at Austin, Madeline Haynes The University of Texas at Austin, Miriam Jacobson The University of Texas at Austin, Natashia Bibriescas The University of Texas at Austin, Yiwen Yang The University of Texas at Austin
DOI
14:30
30m
Paper
Gender, Self-Assessment, and Persistence in Computing: How gender differences in self-assessed ability reduce women's persistence in computer science
Research Papers
Cynthia Hunt Kent State University, Spencer Yoder North Carolina State University, Taylor Comment Kent State University, Thomas Price North Carolina State University, Bita Akram North Carolina State University, Lina Battestilli North Carolina State University, Tiffany Barnes North Carolina State University, Susan Fisk Kent State University
DOI
15:00 - 15:30
Lightning TalksLightning Talks and Posters at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Violetta Lonati University of Milan, Eleanor O'Rourke Northwestern University

A sequence of 3-minute lightning talks. Physical presenters present live on stage, for virtual presenters we will play their pre-recorded video. Many lightning talks are accompanied by a poster, so don’t miss the opportunity to meet the presenters during the following poster session.

15:00
3m
Poster
Codespec: a Computer Programming Practice Environment
Lightning Talks and Posters
Carl Haynes-Magyar University of Michigan School of Information, Nathaniel J. Haynes-Magyar University of Michigan
DOI File Attached
15:03
3m
Poster
(How) should variables and their naming be taught in novice programming education?
Lightning Talks and Posters
Vivian van der Werf Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Sciences, Efthimia Aivaloglou University of Leiden, Felienne Hermans Leiden University, Marcus Specht Delft University of Technology
DOI
15:07
3m
Talk
Piloting a new assessment tool for data science education researchers
Lightning Talks and Posters
Matthew Beckman Penn State University, USA, Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel Duke University and RStudio , Mine Dogucu University of California, Irvine, Evan Dragich Duke University, Chelsey Legacy University of Minnesota, Maria Tackett Duke University, Andrew Zieffler University of Minnesota
15:11
3m
Poster
The Impact of Gratitude Journaling on CS1 Students
Lightning Talks and Posters
Elexandra Tran University of Toronto, Liuming Huang University of Toronto, Michelle Craig University of Toronto, Sadia Sharmin University of Toronto
DOI
15:15
3m
Talk
Impact of practical skills and co-curricular activities on students' professional development
Lightning Talks and Posters
Sara Hooshangi Virginia Tech, Margaret Ellis Virginia Tech
15:18
3m
Poster
Eliciting High School Students' Conceptions and Intuitions about Algorithmic Bias
Lightning Talks and Posters
Victor R. Lee Stanford University, Victoria Delaney Stanford University, Parth Sarin Stanford University
DOI
15:22
3m
Talk
The Potential for Culturally Sustaining(Relevant) Data Structures Instruction
Lightning Talks and Posters
Simone A. Smarr University of Florida
15:26
3m
Talk
How Do Students Envision Good Programmers? Investigating Misconceptions about Professional Programmers and their Roots.
Lightning Talks and Posters
Yaurie Hwang Northwestern University, Jamie Benario Northwestern University, Elise Lee Northwestern University, Eleanor O'Rourke Northwestern University
15:30 - 16:00
Coffee break #2Plenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana

Enjoy a coffee and some sweets. Physical participants meet up with virtual participants in the five lounges (and get a special Swiss cookie for chatting with a virtual participant).

Virtual Poster Presenters go to their POSTERS room on Discord. Towards the end of the break we will make you appear in one of the five lounges so you can present to virtual and physical participants.

Physical Poster Presenters go to their physical poster stand, set up their laptop and connect to their POSTERS room on Discord. This way virtual participants can join the physical poster presentation (by interacting live through Discord).

15:30
30m
Break
Coffee break
Plenary

16:00 - 16:30
PostersLightning Talks and Posters at Aula Magna

The posters are all presented concurrently (in this 30-minute slot).

16:00
3m
Poster
Subgoals for CS1 in Python
Lightning Talks and Posters
Briana B. Morrison University of Virginia, Adrienne Decker University at Buffalo, Lauren Margulieux Georgia State University, Austin Cory Bart University of Delaware, USA
DOI
16:03
3m
Poster
Misconception of Abstraction: When to Use an Example and When to Use a Variable?
Lightning Talks and Posters
Hanxiang Du University of Florida, Wanli Xing , Yuanlin Zhang
DOI
16:06
3m
Poster
Career Transitions: Exploration of Women's Trajectories into a Computing Role
Lightning Talks and Posters
Jia Zhu Florida International University, Stephanie Lunn Georgia Institute of Technology, Monique Ross Florida International University
DOI
16:09
3m
Poster
Increasing Awareness of SQL Anti-Patterns for Novices: a Study Design
Lightning Talks and Posters
Leonardo Mathon Eindhoven University of Technology, Daphne Miedema Eindhoven University of Technology
DOI
16:12
3m
Poster
AI + Dance: Co-Designing Culturally Sustaining Curricular Resources for AI and Ethics Education Through Artistic Computing
Lightning Talks and Posters
Francisco Castro New York University, Kayla DesPortes New York University, William Payne New York University, Yoav Bergner New York University, Kathleen McDermott New York University
DOI
16:15
3m
Poster
A Context-Aware Browser Extension for Just-in-Time Learning of Data Literacy Skills
Lightning Talks and Posters
Stephen MacNeil Temple University, Joshua Withka Temple University, Aaron Wile Temple University, Parth Patel Temple University, Emily Jao UC San Diego, Margaret Hanley Temple University
DOI
16:18
3m
Poster
Eliciting High School Students' Conceptions and Intuitions about Algorithmic Bias
Lightning Talks and Posters
Victor R. Lee Stanford University, Victoria Delaney Stanford University, Parth Sarin Stanford University
DOI
16:21
3m
Poster
(How) should variables and their naming be taught in novice programming education?
Lightning Talks and Posters
Vivian van der Werf Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Sciences, Efthimia Aivaloglou University of Leiden, Felienne Hermans Leiden University, Marcus Specht Delft University of Technology
DOI
16:24
3m
Poster
The Impact of Gratitude Journaling on CS1 Students
Lightning Talks and Posters
Elexandra Tran University of Toronto, Liuming Huang University of Toronto, Michelle Craig University of Toronto, Sadia Sharmin University of Toronto
DOI
16:27
3m
Poster
Codespec: a Computer Programming Practice Environment
Lightning Talks and Posters
Carl Haynes-Magyar University of Michigan School of Information, Nathaniel J. Haynes-Magyar University of Michigan
DOI File Attached
16:30 - 18:00
Session 3: Problem SolvingResearch Papers at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Briana B. Morrison University of Virginia
16:30
30m
Paper
Plan Composition Using Higher-Order Functions
Research Papers
Elijah Rivera , Shriram Krishnamurthi Brown University, United States, Robert Goldstone Indiana University
DOI
17:00
30m
Paper
Using Electrodermal Activity Measurements to Understand Student Emotions While Programming
Research Papers
Jamie Benario Northwestern University, Kathryn Cunningham Northwestern University, Marcelo Worsley Northwestern University, Eleanor O'Rourke Northwestern University
DOI
17:30
30m
Paper
When Rhetorical Logic Meets Programming: Collective Argumentative Reasoning in Problem-Solving in ProgrammingHonorable Mention
Research Papers
Maria Kallia University of Glasgow, Quintin Cutts University of Glasgow, UK, Nicola Looker University of Glasgow
DOI

Tue 9 Aug

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08:00 - 08:30
RegistrationPlenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana
08:00
30m
Registration
Registration
Plenary

08:30 - 09:30
Session 4: Undergraduate Research ExperiencesResearch Papers at Aula Magna
Chair(s): James Prather Abilene Christian University
08:30
30m
Paper
Exploring Group Dynamics in a Group-Structured Computing Undergraduate Research Experience
Research Papers
Katherine Izhikevich University of California, San Diego, Kyeling Ong University of California, San Diego, Christine Alvarado University of California San Diego
DOI
09:00
30m
Paper
"It's usually not worth the effort unless you get really lucky": Barriers to Undergraduate Research Experiences from the Perspective of Computing Faculty
Research Papers
Rhea Sharma University of California, Santa Cruz, Atira Nair University of California, Santa Cruz, Dustin Palea University of California, Santa Cruz, Ana Guo University of California, Santa Cruz, David Lee University of California, Santa Cruz
DOI
09:30 - 10:00
Lightning TalksDoctoral Consortium at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Felienne Hermans Leiden University, R. Benjamin Shapiro Apple, Inc. and University of Colorado Boulder
09:30
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
CIDER: A Method to Teach Practical Critical Software Design Skills
Doctoral Consortium
DOI
09:33
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Digitally Supported Introductory University Teaching in Computer Science Considering Heterogeneous Groups
Doctoral Consortium
Elisaweta Ossovski Universität Osnabrück
DOI
09:36
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
How do we Help Students "See the Forest from the Trees?"
Doctoral Consortium
Mohammed Hassan University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
DOI
09:40
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Investigating Communication Tools in SE Capstone Courses
Doctoral Consortium
Makayla Moster Clemson University
DOI
09:43
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Investigating Productive Failure in Computer Science
Doctoral Consortium
Phil Steinhorst University of Münster, Germany
DOI
09:46
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Research Proposal: Exploring Quantum Informatics for Middle School Students
Doctoral Consortium
Giulia Paparo Pädagogische Hochschule Schwyz
DOI
09:50
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Techniques for Enhancing Compiler Error Messages
Doctoral Consortium
DOI
09:53
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Using Learning Analytics to Interrogate Learning Theories: An Exploration of How Students Learn to Program
Doctoral Consortium
Julie M. Smith University of North Texas
DOI
09:56
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Using Practical Measures to Predict Computing Outcomes
Doctoral Consortium
Umar Shehzad Utah State University
DOI
10:00 - 10:30
Coffee break #3Plenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana

Enjoy a coffee and some sweets. Physical participants meet up with virtual participants in the five lounges (and get a special Swiss cookie for chatting with a virtual participant).

Virtual Poster Presenters go to their POSTERS room on Discord. Towards the end of the break we will make you appear in one of the five lounges so you can present to virtual and physical participants.

Physical Poster Presenters go to their physical poster stand, set up their laptop and connect to their POSTERS room on Discord. This way virtual participants can join the physical poster presentation (by interacting live through Discord).

10:00
30m
Break
Coffee break
Plenary

10:30 - 11:00
PostersDoctoral Consortium at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Felienne Hermans Leiden University, R. Benjamin Shapiro Apple, Inc. and University of Colorado Boulder

The posters are all presented concurrently (in this 30-minute slot).

10:30
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Research Proposal: Exploring Quantum Informatics for Middle School Students
Doctoral Consortium
Giulia Paparo Pädagogische Hochschule Schwyz
DOI
10:33
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Digitally Supported Introductory University Teaching in Computer Science Considering Heterogeneous Groups
Doctoral Consortium
Elisaweta Ossovski Universität Osnabrück
DOI
10:36
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
CIDER: A Method to Teach Practical Critical Software Design Skills
Doctoral Consortium
DOI
10:40
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Investigating Productive Failure in Computer Science
Doctoral Consortium
Phil Steinhorst University of Münster, Germany
DOI
10:43
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Using Practical Measures to Predict Computing Outcomes
Doctoral Consortium
Umar Shehzad Utah State University
DOI
10:46
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
How do we Help Students "See the Forest from the Trees?"
Doctoral Consortium
Mohammed Hassan University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
DOI
10:50
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Techniques for Enhancing Compiler Error Messages
Doctoral Consortium
DOI
10:53
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Investigating Communication Tools in SE Capstone Courses
Doctoral Consortium
Makayla Moster Clemson University
DOI
10:56
3m
Doctoral symposium paper
Using Learning Analytics to Interrogate Learning Theories: An Exploration of How Students Learn to Program
Doctoral Consortium
Julie M. Smith University of North Texas
DOI
11:00 - 12:00
Session 5: Groups and TeamsResearch Papers at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Barbara Ericson University of Michigan
11:00
30m
Paper
Getting By With Help from My Friends: Group Study in Introductory Programming Understood as Socially Shared Regulation
Research Papers
James Prather Abilene Christian University, Lauren Margulieux Georgia State University, Jacqui Whalley Auckland University of Technology, Paul Denny The University of Auckland, Brent Reeves Abilene Christian University, Brett Becker University College Dublin, Paramvir Singh The University of Auckland, Garrett Powell Abilene Christian University, Nigel Bosch University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
DOI
11:30
30m
Paper
What Makes Team[s] Work? A Study of Team Characteristics in Software Engineering Projects
Research Papers
Kai Presler-Marshall North Carolina State University, Sarah Heckman North Carolina State University, Kathryn Stolee North Carolina State University
DOI
12:00 - 13:30
LunchPlenary at Mensa
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana
12:00
90m
Lunch
Lunch
Plenary

13:30 - 14:30
Session 6: Notional Machines Research Papers at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Neil Brown King's College London
13:30
30m
Paper
"How does the computer carry out DigitalRead()?" Notional Machines Mediated Learner Conceptual Agency within an Introductory High School Electronic Textiles Unit
Research Papers
Gayithri Jayathirtha University of Pennsylvania
DOI
14:00
30m
Paper
Towards a Notional Machine for Runtime Stacks and Scope: When Stacks Don't Stack Up
Research Papers
John Clements California Polytechnic State University, Shriram Krishnamurthi Brown University, United States
DOI
14:30 - 15:00
Coffee break #4Plenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana

Enjoy a coffee and some sweets. Physical participants meet up with virtual participants in the five lounges (and get a special Swiss cookie for chatting with a virtual participant).

14:30
30m
Break
Coffee break
Plenary

15:00 - 16:00
Keynote: Productive FailureKeynote at Aula Magna
15:00
60m
Keynote
Keynote: Productive Failure
Keynote
S: Manu Kapur ETH Zurich, Switzerland
16:00 - 16:30
Coffee break #5Plenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana

Enjoy a coffee and some sweets. Physical participants meet up with virtual participants in the five lounges (and get a special Swiss cookie for chatting with a virtual participant).

16:00
30m
Break
Coffee break
Plenary

18:00 - 19:00
Get to Monte BrèPlenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana
18:00
60m
Social Event
Get to Monte Brè
Plenary

19:00 - 20:30
Dinner on top of Monte BrèPlenary at Monte Brè
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana
19:00
3h30m
Dinner
Dinner on top of Monte Brè
Plenary

Wed 10 Aug

Displayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

08:00 - 08:30
RegistrationPlenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana
08:00
30m
Registration
Registration
Plenary

08:30 - 10:00
Session 8: K–12Research Papers at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Lauren Margulieux Georgia State University
08:30
30m
Paper
Investigating the Use of Planning Sheets in Young Learners' Open-Ended Scratch Projects
Research Papers
David Gonzalez-Maldonado University of Chicago, Alex Pugnali University of Maryland, Jennifer Tsan University of Chicago, Donna Eatinger University of Chicago, Diana Franklin University of Chicago, David Weintrop University of Maryland
DOI
09:00
30m
Paper
What do We Know about Computing Education for K-12 in Non-formal Settings? A Systematic Literature Review of Recent Research
Research Papers
Tracy Gardner Raspberry Pi Foundation, Hayley C. Leonard Raspberry Pi Foundation, Jane Waite Raspberry Pi Foundation, Sue Sentance Raspberry Pi Foundation
DOI
09:30
30m
Paper
Comparison of CS Middle-School Instruction during Pre-Pandemic, Early-Pandemic and Mid-Pandemic School Years
Research Papers
David Gonzalez-Maldonado University of Chicago, Jennifer Tsan University of Chicago, Donna Eatinger University of Chicago, David Weintrop University of Maryland, Diana Franklin University of Chicago
DOI
10:00 - 10:30
Coffee break #6Plenary at Foyer of Aula Magna
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana

Enjoy a coffee and some sweets. Physical participants meet up with virtual participants in the five lounges (and get a special Swiss cookie for chatting with a virtual participant).

10:00
30m
Break
Coffee break
Plenary

10:30 - 12:00
Session 9: Computing Education ResearchResearch Papers at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Sally Fincher University of Kent
10:30
30m
Paper
Surfacing Inequities and Their Broader Implications in the CS Education Research Community
Research Papers
Monica McGill CSEdResearch.org, Knox College, Sloan Davis Google, Joey Reyes Knox College
DOI
11:00
30m
Paper
Launching Registered Report Replications in Computer Science Education Research
Research Papers
Neil Brown King's College London, Eva Marinus Pädagogische Hochschule Schwyz, Aleata Hubbard Cheuoua WestEd
DOI
11:30
30m
Paper
A Decade of Demographics in Computing Education Research: A Critical Review of Trends in Collection, Reporting, and Use
Research Papers
Alannah Oleson , Benjamin Xie University of Washington, Seattle, Jean Salac University of Washington, Seattle, Jayne Everson University of Washington, F. Megumi Kivuva Bard College, Amy Ko University of Washington
DOI
12:00 - 13:30
LunchPlenary at Mensa
Chair(s): Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana
12:00
90m
Lunch
Lunch
Plenary

13:30 - 14:30
Session 10: ResponsibilityResearch Papers at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Lisa Kaczmarczyk
13:30
30m
Paper
The Shortest Path to Ethics in AI: An Integrated Assignment Where Human Concerns Guide Technical Decisions
Research Papers
Noelle Brown University of Utah, Koriann South University of Utah, Eliane Wiese University of Utah
DOI
14:00
30m
Paper
Inclusivity Bugs in Online Courseware: A Field Study
Research Papers
Amreeta Chatterjee Oregon State University, Lara Letaw Oregon State University, Rosalinda Garcia Oregon State University, Doshna Umma Reddy Oregon State University, Rudrajit Choudhuri Oregon State University, Sabyatha Sathish Kumar Oregon State University, Patricia Morreale Kean University, Anita Sarma Oregon State University, Margaret Burnett Oregon State University
DOI Pre-print
14:30 - 15:00
Closing and AwardsPlenary at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Kathi Fisler Brown University, Diana Franklin University of Chicago, Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana, Jan Vahrenhold Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
14:30
30m
Day closing
Closing
Plenary

15:00 - 16:00
Open discussion about paper handling and other "business" topicsPlenary at Aula Magna
Chair(s): Kathi Fisler Brown University, Diana Franklin University of Chicago, Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana, Jan Vahrenhold Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
15:00
60m
Other
Open discussion about paper handling and other "business" topics
Plenary