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Exhibitor Demos

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/NBjkxzo2jr5DftJs6

Wednesday at 03:00PM until 08:00PM EDT

None

Exhibits Open

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/7GxovdqRNHFNmEi4R

Wednesday at 03:00PM until 08:00PM EDT

Be sure to visit the Exhibit Hall and speak to our incredible supporters. Between 3-8pm ET you’re able to visit a booth and “Talk Now” to someone from each organization. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about what each company has to offer.

A 50-year Retrospective on Academic Integrity and Computer Ethics in CS Education

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/EoQn2Xze5BACpEAcE

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

A 50-year Retrospective on Academic Integrity and Computer Ethics in CS Education (↪ ACM DL)

Active Academic Integrity

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/NdYBjscfjgpj77aYp

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Active Academic Integrity (↪ ACM DL)

An Overview of the Impact of COVID-19 and “Emergency Remote Teaching” on International CS Education Practitioners

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/tL24qbNmSE6Czseik

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

An Overview of the Impact of COVID-19 and “Emergency Remote Teaching” on International CS Education Practitioners (↪ ACM DL)

Assessing a Group’s Understanding of Cybersecurity through Collective Concept Maps

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/jeXBemyczfbMDjCAS

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Assessing a Group’s Understanding of Cybersecurity through Collective Concept Maps (↪ ACM DL)

Birds of a Feather Flock 3A

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/gg7iEFLY8TTTpi2Zb

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 05:15PM EDT

None

Computing Ethics Starts on ‘Day One’: Ethics Narratives in Introductory CS Courses

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/p69m7EJcW9g4ZHXvT

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Computing Ethics Starts on ⟚y One’: Ethics Narratives in Introductory CS Courses (↪ ACM DL)

Cybersecurity Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/G9Tjq4oCHgGfZJaQH

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 05:15PM EDT

Cybersecurity Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (↪ ACM DL)

Developing a Computer Science Concurrent Enrollment Program

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/AkrvgihDcS6x9G79f

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 05:15PM EDT

Developing a Computer Science Concurrent Enrollment Program (↪ ACM DL)

Disability in Computer Science Education

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/ewHrynA5MFeMbLd7k

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 05:15PM EDT

Disability in Computer Science Education (↪ ACM DL)

Exploring How Students Use an Online Learning Environment

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Tukbo5YY4J2eNpkiz

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Exploring How Students Use an Online Learning Environment (↪ ACM DL)

Hands-On Learning in Computer Organization with a MIPS Microcontroller - Using the ChipKIT Computer in the Classroom

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/XoFr2LC77B6DjuSoW

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Hands-On Learning in Computer Organization with a MIPS Microcontroller - Using the ChipKIT Computer in the Classroom (↪ ACM DL)

Hybrid Learning Framework for Cybersecurity Courses

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/qtnxJwmudCMeWsysA

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Hybrid Learning Framework for Cybersecurity Courses (↪ ACM DL)

Improving Current and Future Offerings of a Data Science Course through Large-Scale Observation of Students

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/e3H3dv2jR866v7xAE

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Improving Current and Future Offerings of a Data Science Course through Large-Scale Observation of Students (↪ ACM DL)

Integrating Critical Ways of Thinking into Computer Science Teaching and Learning Practice

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/gAjDsDvdHuYaFHS5P

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 05:15PM EDT

Integrating Critical Ways of Thinking into Computer Science Teaching and Learning Practice (↪ ACM DL)

Learning Environments for Fostering Disciplinary Practices in CS Undergraduates

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/nrMCfpseh7efn6wnj

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Learning Environments for Fostering Disciplinary Practices in CS Undergraduates (↪ ACM DL)

Looking at CS1 through Three Colour-tinted Glasses

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/8QKa8zx7zEiqeFdsC

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Looking at CS1 through Three Colour-tinted Glasses (↪ ACM DL)

Pilot Study of a Visualization Tool for Object Graphs and Concurrency via Shared Memory

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/gySTXLG7uvZPtArkw

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Pilot Study of a Visualization Tool for Object Graphs and Concurrency via Shared Memory (↪ ACM DL)

Poster Session 3

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/aLMqJd6hCZmjbKq7g

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

None

Proj4X: Diversifying Data Science Course Projects by Student Background and Interests

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/9kKLbgMtmTKr4dqMh

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Proj4X: Diversifying Data Science Course Projects by Student Background and Interests (↪ ACM DL)

Puzzles in Many Places: Closing the Loop on Propagation

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/BNQdfPEdBQDhCA53k

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Puzzles in Many Places: Closing the Loop on Propagation (↪ ACM DL)

Remote Pair Programming

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/yNLLhyAQ7KDei4avZ

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Remote Pair Programming (↪ ACM DL)

ScaffoldSQL: SQL Test Cases + Parson’s Problems

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/XBtTMs2qRiS8TM4Bq

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

ScaffoldSQL: SQL Test Cases + Parson’s Problems (↪ ACM DL)

Students’ Conceptions of Object-Oriented Programming in the Context of Game Designing in Computing Education: Design of a Ph.D. Research Project to Explore Students’ Conceptions in a Long-Term Study

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/bCvsZySaDue8Amsuy

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Students’ Conceptions of Object-Oriented Programming in the Context of Game Designing in Computing Education: Design of a Ph.D. Research Project to Explore Students’ Conceptions in a Long-Term Study (↪ ACM DL)

Support for Programmed Instruction in an eTextbook

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/32emF7J98euj5Edsa

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Support for Programmed Instruction in an eTextbook (↪ ACM DL)

The State of Equitable CS Education Research and Practice: Where Do We Go From Here?

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Z3uv3kF6Jwn7FZNRK

Wednesday at 04:00PM until 05:15PM EDT

The State of Equitable CS Education Research and Practice: Where Do We Go From Here? (↪ ACM DL)

Gradescope: One Platform for Paper, Online, and Programming Assignments

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/rSEGngroSbAgqpndp

Wednesday at 04:15PM until 05:30PM EDT

Gradescope is a single place for grading paper-based exams, programming projects, and online assignments. Join this session to hear from current computer science users about their experience and see for yourself what Gradescope looks like in action.Don’t miss your opportunity to:Learn how Gradescope’s rubric-based grading interface can help you grade your exams and homework, faster, without compromising on quality.See how to review your programming projects, in any language, with our autograder platform, review for similarity, and distribute results.Hear from a panel of SIGCSE peers and current Gradescope users about how Gradescope has made an impact.Whether you’re grading 20, 200, or 2,000 students, Gradescope can help. Attend this session to find out more.

Replit: Zero Setup Online Pair Coding on Any Device

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/PP3b3AcRanX23sET4

Wednesday at 04:15PM until 05:30PM EDT

During extended periods of at-home learning, the equity gap of computing education access has been exacerbated further. Varying ability levels, home computer access, and internet access introduce new challenges for CS instructors to reach all students. Instructors are also placed in the precarious position of needing to address industry demands for students trained with pair programming skills. Hybrid learning that deliberately fosters a sense of comradery and intentional collaboration promises to improve student persistence and course outcomes. Replit Teams for Education presents an opportunity for instructors from all backgrounds to spend more time engaged in teaching rather than troubleshooting student environments and tediously sharing code. Attendees will experience first-hand how students can work together through Replt’s collaborative coding environment and how to leverage Replit’s unique technologies in their teaching practice.

A Town Meeting: SIGCSE Committee on Expanding the Women-in-Computing Community

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Ck7hDo8fBiSSseXzg

Wednesday at 05:30PM until 06:45PM EDT

A Town Meeting: SIGCSE Committee on Expanding the Women-in-Computing Community (↪ ACM DL)

Birds of a Feather Flock 3B

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/beReaFqrvsd4QXbfu

Wednesday at 05:30PM until 06:45PM EDT

None

Creating, Building, and Sustaining Community in CS Departments

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Mmy6NfjNk3Bk2j7qP

Wednesday at 05:30PM until 06:45PM EDT

Creating, Building, and Sustaining Community in CS Departments (↪ ACM DL)

Engaging Students in Open Source: Opportunities and Approaches

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/zNDxwcnoexSKScPnY

Wednesday at 05:30PM until 06:45PM EDT

Engaging Students in Open Source: Opportunities and Approaches (↪ ACM DL)

One Semicolon Away from Success: Rebranding “failure” in CS1 through New Terminology

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/kMjcuxD9mcYwJxYxk

Wednesday at 05:30PM until 06:45PM EDT

One Semicolon Away from Success: Rebranding “failure” in CS1 through New Terminology (↪ ACM DL)

Twilio: Teach Through Adventure: The Power of Story and Exploration

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Bg2Tpg87MNmXXYcWR

Wednesday at 05:30PM until 06:45PM EDT

In this session, you will learn how the team behind the TwilioQuest educational PC game discovered the power of narrative and exploring 2D space in teaching technical concepts. Using historical data from TwilioQuest players as a case study, we will see the impact of design and content choices on the progress of learners through difficult technical concepts. After digging into the data, we will show teachers how they can become game designers. We will look at how to design and structure content as an adventure, using physical space to create both structure and freedom.

Using Validated Assessments to Learn About Your Students

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/NM4nNB5qmwwuhosdL

Wednesday at 05:30PM until 06:45PM EDT

Using Validated Assessments to Learn About Your Students (↪ ACM DL)

zyBooks: Empowering Educators with High Quality Auto Graded Assignments and Tools to Promote Academic Integrity

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/jBRkvd2b6LWg5KJQY

Wednesday at 05:30PM until 06:45PM EDT

Nearly 80% of instructors who use zyLabs auto-grader switched from grading programming assignments by hand. They saved an average of 9 hours per week, with some reporting up to 20 hours saved.In recent years, computer science educators have increasingly shifted how they grade programming assignments, from grading manually or using batch scripts, to using auto-graders with immediate score feedback to students. zyBooks has been a pioneer by developing the zyLabs auto-grader, that is easy to use and integrated with our state of the art e-learning platform. This shift illustrates a future with a much different classroom dynamic, in which students view instructors less as evaluators and more as hands-on educators. To support educators in this new role, zyLabs also provides support across a wide range of activities by providing a library of high-quality pre-written programming assignments, an intuitive interface for customizing content, and tools to promote student integrity. In this session, we’ll talk about the growth and benefits of zyLabs auto-grading, demonstrate our library of programming assignments, and illustrate how zyLabs features promote academic honesty.

SIGCSE Reads Open Hallway Discussion

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/TykEnNJuPiubYdhha

Wednesday at 06:00PM until 06:30PM EDT

Come discuss the books for SIGCSE Reads 2021!

Microsoft: Demystifying Apache Spark {On Demand Video}

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/6Dcn3g8vdoQuPRmxD

Wednesday at 06:45PM until 08:00PM EDT

Spark is the leading Big Data analytics framework. However, it also has excellent features for Stream processing and machine learning development. Big Data systems are a new reality. Whether we’re creating microservices-based solutions or machine learning-based products, we work with data, most often, big data. Apache Spark is your friend if you want to position yourself on the road for success as a Big Data Developer, Data Engineer, or Data Science with hands-on production experience. Come to this On Demand session to learn the basics of Apache Spark and how YOU can get started with it.

Keynote: SIGCSE Award for Outstanding Contributions to Computer Science Education: Automated Feedback, the Next Generation: Designing Learning Experiences

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/jdmPuxaLY7Nu9j2uv

Wednesday at 08:00PM until 09:00PM EDT

None

SIGCSE Morning Coffee (w/ Yolanda Rankin)

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/h8tSTJm5sxGzGnzGS

Thursday at 10:00AM until 10:30AM EDT

Judy and Alvaro chat with Yolanda Rankin, one of the three authors of the Best Paper in the Computing Education Research track (with Jakita Thomas and Sheena Erete), about their important work presented in their paper “Real Talk: Saturated Sites of Violence in CS Education.”Want a podcast (audio only) version of SIGCSE Morning Coffee? https://anchor.fm/mark-sherriff or add https://anchor.fm/s/51f12fc4/podcast/rss to the podcatcher of your choice!

Panel: Debugging the Diversity Tech’s Gap through (Re-)entry Initiatives in Emerging Technologies for Women

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/QsT35XKyFoC9WLksm

Thursday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

Abstract from publication in ACM DL:Studies suggest women dropout of college and leave the workforce due to their family, finances, and military duty. However, women interested in (re-)entering the tech fields can be the largest untapped talent pool that may fulfill the needs of the future computing workforce. In this panel, five passionate women will share their experiences with identifying the challenges for women to re-enter emerging technology professions and the role of industry-academic relationship in facilitating such initiatives in order to develop future relevant initiatives.

Panel: Fun and Engaging Pre-CS1 Programming Languages

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/5agzcqGXothrXCMRf

Thursday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

Abstract from publication in ACM DL:The CSforALL movement to bring computational thinking to K-12 has been a boon for practitioners and language developers. This panel features three educators passionate about a particular lan- guage that has been successful with K-12 audiences. Each will demonstrate their language, describe what makes it unique, and share some of the fun and engaging projects students have created.

Panel: Improving Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Doctoral Computing Education

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/9kmzZ2f7HNgTXgr36

Thursday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

Abstract from publication in ACM DL:This panel brings together personnel from the University of Washington Seattle, the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Google, who have helped shape the National Center for Women & Information Technology’s (NCWIT) Extension Services for Graduate Programs (ES-Grad) a program designed to provide resources and strategies to enact systemic change in doctoral computing programs. Panelists will discuss barriers to recruiting and retaining more diverse students in doctoral computing education, as well as strategies and initiatives that can be replicated to foster equitable and inclusive PhD programs.

Paper Session: Diversity A

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/YHPszgBPaZucKtuzT

Thursday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.1:00pm ETInvestigating the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Computing Students’ Sense of Belonging (↪ ACM DL)Second Best Paper in Computing Education Research TrackCatherine Mooney (University College Dublin) Brett A. Becker (University College Dublin)1:20pm ETQuantifying Disparities in Computing Education: Access, Participation, and Intersectionality (↪ ACM DL)Jayce R. Warner (University of Texas at Austin) Joshua Childs (University of Texas at Austin) Carol L. Fletcher (University of Texas at Austin) Nicole D. Martin (University of Texas at Austin) Michelle Kennedy (University of Texas at Austin)1:40pm ETBroadening Participation and Success in AP CSA: Predictive Modeling from Three Years of Data (↪ ACM DL)Phillip A. Boda (The Learning Partnership) Steven McGee (The Learning Partnership)2:00pm ETExperiences of Non-Native English Speakers Learning Computer Science in a US University (↪ ACM DL)Carmen Nayeli Guzman (University of California, San Diego) Anne Xu (University of California, San Diego) Adalbert Gerald Soosai Raj (University of California, San Diego)2:20pm ETExploring the Digital Identity Divide: A Call for Attention to Computing Identity at HBCUs (↪ ACM DL)Takeria Blunt (Georgia Institute of Technology) Tamara Pearson (Spelman College)

Paper Session: Exams

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/giA7HczTSF6ZKW9bo

Thursday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.1:00pm ETRegulation of Learning Interventions in Programming Education: A Systematic Literature Review and Guideline Proposition (↪ ACM DL)Leonardo Silva (University of Coimbra) António Mendes (University of Coimbra) Anabela Gomes (Coimbra Polytechnic - ISEC) Gabriel Macedo (Universidad Alberto Hurtado)1:20pm ETComputer Science Student Selection - A Scoping Review and a National Entrance Examination Reform (↪ ACM DL)Outi T. Virkki (Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences)1:40pm ETReduced Learning Time with Maintained Learning Outcomes (↪ ACM DL)Olle Bälter (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Richard Glassey (KTH Royal Institute of Technology) Mattias Wiggberg (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)2:00pm ETOral Exams in Shift to Remote Learning (↪ ACM DL)Mihaela Sabin (University of New Hampshire) Karen H. Jin (University of New Hampshire) Adrienne Smith (Cynosure Consulting)2:20pm ETUsing a Comprehensive Third-Party Exam for ABET Student Outcome Assessment (↪ ACM DL)Christopher Nitta (University of California, Davis) Kurt Eiselt (University of California, Davis)

Paper Session: Gender

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/yS5oJTiM5PpjBMxSR

Thursday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.1:00pm ETA Study of the Relationship Between a CS1 Student’s Gender and Performance Versus Gauging Understanding and Study Tactics (↪ ACM DL)Kristin Stephens-Martinez (Duke University)1:20pm ETPivoting During a Pandemic: Designing a Virtual Summer Camp to Increase Confidence of Black and Latina girls (↪ ACM DL)Khalia M. Braswell (Temple University) Jasmine Johnson (Clark Atlanta University) Brieɺnna Brown (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) Jamie Payton (Temple University)1:40pm ET”You Sound Like a Good Program Manager”: An Analysis of Gender in Women’s Computing Life Histories (↪ ACM DL)Rose K. Pozos (Stanford University) Michelle Friend (University of Nebraska Omaha)2:00pm ETConfidence, Connection, and Comfort: Reports from an All-Women’s CS1 Class (↪ ACM DL)Kimberly Michelle Ying (University of Florida) Fernando J. Rodriiguez (University of Florida) Alexandra Lauren Dibble (University of Florida) Alexia Charis Martin (University of Florida) Kristy Elizabeth Boyer (University of Florida) Sanethia V. Thomas (University of Florida) Juan E. Gilbert (University of Florida)2:20pm ETEngaging Black Female Students in a Year-Long Preparatory Experience for AP CS Principles (↪ ACM DL)Martha Escobar (Oakland University) Jeff Gray (University of Alabama) Kathy Haynie (Haynie Research and Evaluation) Mohammed A. Qazi (Tuskegee University) Yasmeen Rawajfih (Tuskegee University) Pamela McClendon (Hoover City Schools) Donnita Tucker (Francis Marion High School) Wendy Johnson (Chambers County Career Tech Ctr. )

Paper Session: Professional Development

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/SCBoz2g3YezCbKh7o

Thursday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.1:00pm ETBridging Professional Development to Practice: Using School Support Visits to Build Teacher Confidence in Delivering Equitable CS Instruction (↪ ACM DL)Kathryn Hill (Research Alliance for New York City Schools) Cheri Fancsali (Research Alliance for New York City Schools)1:20pm ETThe CS-orona Initiative: Fulfilling the Organizational Needs of Israeli High School Computer Science Teachers during the Corona Pandemic (↪ ACM DL)Rachel Perelman (Ministry of Education) Hagit Cohen (Ministry of Education) Orit Hazzan (Technion)1:40pm ETI Felt Like We Were Actually Going Somewhere: Adapting Summer Professional Development for Elementary Teachers to a Virtual Experience During COVID-19 (↪ ACM DL)Eva Skuratowicz (Southern Oregon University) Maggie Vanderberg (Southern Oregon University) Eping E. Hung (Michigan State University) Gladys Krause (William & Mary) Dominique Bradley (American Institutes for Research) Joseph P. Wilson (American Institutes for Research)2:00pm ETProject, District and Teacher Levels: Insights from Professional Learning in a CS RPP Collaboration (↪ ACM DL)Lijun Ni (University at Albany, State University of New York) Fred Martin (University of Massachusetts Lowell ) Gillian Bausch (University at Albany, State University of New York) Rebecca Benjamin (University at Albany, State University of New York) Hsien-Yuan Hsu (University of Massachusetts Lowell) Bernardo Feliciano (University of Massachusetts Lowell)2:20pm ETThe Design and Implementation of a Method for Evaluating and Building Research Practice Partnerships (↪ ACM DL)Audrey Rorrer (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) David Pugalee (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) Callie Edwards (North Carolina State University) Danielle Boulden (North Carolina State University) Mary Lou Maher (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) Lijuan Cao (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) Mohsen Dorodchi (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) Veronica Catete (North Carolina State University) David Frye (North Carolina State University) Tiffany Barnes (North Carolina State University) Eric Wiebe (North Carolina State University)

Sister Session : TOCE

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/ZsvQC3gZKLBd6hoDo

Thursday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.1:00pm ETInformal Technology Education for Women Transitioning from IncarcerationBaek-Young Choi (University of Missouri, Kansas City)1:20pm ETWhat do CS students value in industry internships? (↪ ACM DL)Mia Minnes (University of California San Diego)1:40pm ETGender differences in hackathons as a non-traditional educational experienceCaroline Hardin (Western Washington University)2:00pm ETThe effects of computer science stereotypes and interest on middle school boys’ career intentionsRemy Dou (Florida International University)2:20pm ETTeacher Perceptions of Equity in High School Computer Science ClassroomsNinger Zhou (University of California Irvine)

Special Session: Microteaching: Semantics, Definition of a Computer, Running Times, Fractal Trees, Classes as Encapsulation, and P vs NP

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/r9eZGfJkeG2Jw33u7

Thursday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.Abstract from publication in ACM DL:SIGCSE is packed with teaching insights and inspiration. However, we get these insights and inspiration from hearing our colleagues talk about their teaching. Why not just watch them teach? This session does exactly that. Six exceptional educators will present their favorite piece of innovative lecture content just as they would to their students. The moderator, Colleen Lewis, will describe the central pedagogical move within the innovation and how this connects to education research. The goal of the session is to inspire SIGCSE attendees by highlighting innovative instruction by exceptional educators. The specific content of the innovative instruction may be applicable for some attendees, and the discussion of the underlying pedagogical move within each innovation can be applied across the attendees’ teaching.

Exhibitor Demos

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/QS8gY9czx36ZxtEBG

Thursday at 03:00PM until 08:00PM EDT

None

Exhibits Open

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/Mq7u7MttN6mwGoXj7

Thursday at 03:00PM until 08:00PM EDT

Be sure to visit the Exhibit Hall and speak to our incredible supporters. Between 3-8pm ET you’re able to visit a booth and “Talk Now” to someone from each organization. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about what each company has to offer.

GitHub: Help Students Master Git & GitHub in 3 Lessons

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/ppkFwTbvhiNcTaufF

Thursday at 03:00PM until 04:15PM EDT

Jeff has used Git & GitHub with students in both introductory and advanced high school courses, fine-tuning strategies for introducing Git in low-stakes and non-threatening ways and building to greater comfort & fluency over time. His strategies emphasize Git as a tool for project collaboration and personal organization, allowing Git to be integrated into your own projects & tasks no matter the programming language or IDE. Participants will see a lesson progression for developing understanding with Git & GitHub, including several Unplugged lesson ideas that can be done without computers. He’ll also share his own journey through introducing Git to students, including pitfalls and strategies to avoid. Ultimately, even though Git is an industry standard tool for developers, Jeff doesn’t think this should be the only reason for students to learn it his goal is to describe strategies & resources that can motivate all students to see GitHub as a useful tool in their own journey through computer science, even if this doesn’t lead directly into a career in software development.

A Quantitative Analysis of Student Solutions to Graph Database Queries (UG)

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/sS8Kj6Z4Raa4BjFgW

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

A Quantitative Analysis of Student Solutions to Graph Database Queries (↪ ACM DL)

ACM SRC: ACM Student Research Competition — Second Round

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/9ZMDjhsgwYvWXFvfj

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

None

An S-STEM Scholarship and Student Success Program for CS, Physics and Math Majors

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/MSFHi4Q5Q3a9rygHn

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

An S-STEM Scholarship and Student Success Program for CS, Physics and Math Majors (↪ ACM DL)

AvaFlow: Learning to Design Intelligent Virtual Agents through Flow-Based Programming

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/dqYGjLnN6ELpXq8oG

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

AvaFlow: Learning to Design Intelligent Virtual Agents through Flow-Based Programming (↪ ACM DL)

Compile-And-Run Prompts in Digital Programming Assessments

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/7L95RRy2QnkFcXM5x

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Compile-And-Run Prompts in Digital Programming Assessments (↪ ACM DL)

Computer Terminology Test for Non-native English Speaking CS1 Students

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Qk4kZXyab4SEfrTDr

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Computer Terminology Test for Non-native English Speaking CS1 Students (↪ ACM DL)

Designing Accessibility into Blocks Languages

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/77fZabFWrrkKP3veJ

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Designing Accessibility into Blocks Languages (↪ ACM DL)

Development and Validation of the Motivation to Teach Computer Science Scale

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/BQFZM2XZpSkYCkCbb

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Development and Validation of the Motivation to Teach Computer Science Scale (↪ ACM DL)

Eliciting A Novice Programmer’s Mental Model of Arrays

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/zSaNipwCGYWMpwZEK

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Eliciting A Novice Programmer’s Mental Model of Arrays (↪ ACM DL)

Exploring Elementary Students’ Debugging Behaviors in Puzzle-based Programming: A Learning Trajectory Approach

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/MZeGnAN8a8J8Jsxd4

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Exploring Elementary Students’ Debugging Behaviors in Puzzle-based Programming: A Learning Trajectory Approach (↪ ACM DL)

Exploring the Impact of Exposing Coding Interview Practices to Early CS majors (UG)

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/CDYgXbKzeNagyJ2vC

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Exploring the Impact of Exposing Coding Interview Practices to Early CS majors (↪ ACM DL)

Facilitating Team-Based Learning in Lecture Halls

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/23kr2ECYPi5SYAguF

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Facilitating Team-Based Learning in Lecture Halls (↪ ACM DL)

Fostering Strategic Knowledge and Program Comprehension Skills in Students Struggling with CS1

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/eiuskZS4gmEL4zi8y

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Fostering Strategic Knowledge and Program Comprehension Skills in Students Struggling with CS1 (↪ ACM DL)

How to Teach Recursion: A Formula to Transform an Iterative-Based to a Recursive-Based Method

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/hbpAqj3KPridK9tx4

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

How to Teach Recursion: A Formula to Transform an Iterative-Based to a Recursive-Based Method (↪ ACM DL)

Landscape of Computer Science Teacher Qualification Pathway

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/X4whF6RwL8W6ML6FM

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Landscape of Computer Science Teacher Qualification Pathway (↪ ACM DL)

Middle School Teachers’ Self-efficacy in Teaching Computer Science and Digital Literacy

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/CYQNvowh3YLm6HK27

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Middle School Teachers’ Self-efficacy in Teaching Computer Science and Digital Literacy (↪ ACM DL)

Name Search Puzzle: Learning Cultural Competence Through a Programming Lab

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/ZRqgi3KbMx4C3DCh8

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Name Search Puzzle: Learning Cultural Competence Through a Programming Lab (↪ ACM DL)

Poster Session 4

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/9zQJuuQM89cT3osSb

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Facilitating Team-Based Learning in Lecture Halls (↪ ACM DL)

REU Mentoring Engagement: Contrasting Perceptions of Administrators and Faculty

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/83DNWAhwvjbxcPM2r

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

REU Mentoring Engagement: Contrasting Perceptions of Administrators and Faculty (↪ ACM DL)

Support for Broadening Participation though Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Krz8Z4JDRJF4p3Bs7

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Support for Broadening Participation though Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software (↪ ACM DL)

Text Classification for AI Education (UG)

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/u9SWoeWyJb6G4ZscP

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Text Classification for AI Education (↪ ACM DL)

The Power of Open Source for Social Good to Increase Diversity in Computing

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Q4WQzmn7f5CsJobNe

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

The Power of Open Source for Social Good to Increase Diversity in Computing (↪ ACM DL)

Toward Computer-Aided Assessment of Textual Exercises in Very Large Courses (GRAD)

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/eM2QznNE6reZwgrRz

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Toward Computer-Aided Assessment of Textual Exercises in Very Large Courses (↪ ACM DL)

TrustedAP: Using the Ethereum Blockchain to Mitigate the Evil Twin Attack (GRAD)

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/pBQQ4v2B5zQGbrARv

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

TrustedAP: Using the Ethereum Blockchain to Mitigate the Evil Twin Attack (↪ ACM DL)

U-Net based Active Learning Framework for Enhancing Cancer Immunotherapy (GRAD)

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/T9du7ZWqvkPvi5Fmr

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

U-Net based Active Learning Framework for Enhancing Cancer Immunotherapy (↪ ACM DL)

Witness Feedback for Introductory CS Theory Assignments

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Twc7vLeoQ9xN5ajm2

Thursday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Witness Feedback for Introductory CS Theory Assignments (↪ ACM DL)

AdaCore: Learning Systems Programming, Hard Real-Time Programming and Formal Methods with Good Language Support

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/LhQryzuC9qdSyLGSX

Thursday at 04:15PM until 05:30PM EDT

This meeting will provide an interactive discussion and demonstration revolving around a programming language and tools for teaching systems programming, real-time programming, and practical, teachable formal methods.

IBM: Supporter Session

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/BzWcCzwXkGPD5azAK

Thursday at 04:15PM until 05:30PM EDT

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Turing’s Craft: Securing The Basics: CodeLab as a Learning Tool

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/u35pEBuQMPFEMvCk4

Thursday at 04:15PM until 05:30PM EDT

Whether integrated in an LMS like Canvas or Blackboard, or as astandalone web client, CodeLab continues its role as a venue wherestudents can work independently and without supervision to gainmastery over the syntax, semantics and common usage of the programminglanguage elements of Java, Python, C++, etc. that are taught to CS1students. Along with hosting instructor-created programming assignments,CodeLab offers hundreds of short programming exercises with high quality,immediate feedback that are focused on distinct language constructsor programming ideas. Each topic contains a sequence of incrementallyincreasingly complex exercises thus reducing the learning curve, so webelieve that CodeLab is a must-have learning tool for introductoryprogramming students.In this meeting, we will go over the essence of the core CodeLabservice and then discuss strategies for faculty who wish to get themost out of the service for their students. We’ll be talking aboutdeadlines, customization, exercise creation, plagiarism, auto-gradingand more.

GitHub: Teaching with GitHub

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/H6miexm9PAAotJoiQ

Thursday at 04:40PM until 05:00PM EDT

Copy and distribute code, monitor student work, and provide quick feedback. Learn about GitHub and GitHub Classroom and quick ways to include them in your computer science curriculum.

zyBooks: Customizable Interactive Educational Material

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/naRnAdykwiqRSQGDC

Thursday at 05:05PM until 05:25PM EDT

We consider student performance and best-practices with zyBooks. We focus on customizing zyBooks textbooks, including reconfiguring the book to align with a syllabus, creating custom material (sections, chapters, paragraphs), monitoring student engagement and progress, providing programming assignments that are auto-graded, discourage plagiarism, utilize time-gated programming assignments, and more.

Intel OpenVino: AI Tools and Compute Resources for Faculty and Students

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Quqedwo98SHPaeoks

Thursday at 05:30PM until 06:45PM EDT

Did you know the #1 job per LinkedIn¹ in 2019 was AI Specialist? And that 97M new automation jobs are expected to be created by 2025². Join us for a 75-minute tech talk packed with topics on the Intel® DevCloud which is instrumented with valuable tutorials to train students how to use and deploy AI in IoT use cases. With the Intel DevCloud, academicinstitutions and faculty don’t have to fund lab equipment or maintain it any of it. The Intel® DevCloud provides compute resources available to faculty and students, available 24/7, from anywhere in the world, and is kept up to date with Intel’s latest AI inference software toolkit OpenVINO™ releases and newest compute platforms. Students can develop projects, and faculty can develop exercises to enhance their classroom learning experiences giving students an edge in the growing and competitive AI job market.¹ Marketwatch per LinkedIn² World Economic Forum

Pearson: Online and Hybrid Learning with Revel, Introduction to Programming with Market-Leading Authors: Tony Gaddis and Y. Daniel Liang

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/4nRKFkNoHbmWHMq3g

Thursday at 05:30PM until 06:45PM EDT

Revel is Pearson’s unique learning platform designed to encompass text, video, and interactives in one environment to foster active learning for all participants. Hear from two award-winning authors that are dedicated to the ever-changing field of computer science, Tony Gaddis and Y. Daniel Liang. With Revel courses in Python, Java, and C++, Tony and Daniel share implementation strategies for using Revel in distance, hybrid, and in-person orientations. You will also hear about Pearson’s Efficacy Report on using Revel to teach introductory programming concepts and how it determined additional success metrics for students who engaged in active learning and coding practices. See firsthand how students can start to code in the early stages of the course and receive immediate feedback if their submissions were correct or need further refinement.

CodeGrade - Making code grading quick and easy!

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/X6fzWvjW8XhiRi3qh

Thursday at 05:55PM until 06:15PM EDT

CodeGrade is a seamless plugin for any LMS designed to give programming students the highest quality of education through an efficient and feedback maximizing platform. Come join us as we talk about the main features and how it can improve your workflow and your student’s learning experiences and outcomes.

Demonstrations: Thursday

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Pszgmfrf2iAbCxT9D

Thursday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

CodingToon: Using Authoring Tool to Create Concept-driven Comics for Programming Concepts (↪ ACM DL)Sangho Suh (University of Waterloo)The REDCap Survey Platform: Using Standardized Instruments on a Single Platform for Collecting Research Study Data (↪ ACM DL)Monica McGill (CSEdResearch.org) Emily Schroeder (Knox College)Authoring Semi-automated Feedback for Python Code with Pedal (↪ ACM DL)Austin Cory Bart (University of Delaware) Luke Gusukuma (Virginia Tech) Dennis Kafura (Virginia Tech)Snap!6, Introducing Hyperblocks! (↪ ACM DL)Dan Garcia (University of California, Berkeley) Michael Ball (University of California, Berkeley)Beyond CS Principles: Bringing the Frontiers of Computing to K12 (↪ ACM DL)Ákos Lédeczi (Vanderbilt University) Shuchi Grover (Looking Glass Venture) Veronica Catete (North Carolina State University) Brian Broll (Vanderbilt University)Graphical Parsons Puzzle Creator: Sharing the Full Power of 2D Parsons Problems Through a Graphical, Open-source Online Tool (↪ ACM DL)Elise Deitrick (Codio)

Panel: Experiences of Computing Students with Disabilities

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/nH3sQdtycF4Yvxz3Q

Thursday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

Abstract from publication in ACM DL:Computing students with disabilities face a variety of difficulties in computing education and careers including inaccessible technology, difficulty arranging accommodations, attitudinal barriers, and a lack of mentors. This panel of computing students and recent graduates with disabilities will describe their experiences both in and out of the classroom. The goal is to provide the audience with an opportunity to hear first-hand how their educational needs were met as non-traditional computing students. In addition to the panelists’ short presentations, the moderator will facilitate a dialog between the members of the audience and the panelists.

Panel: Flowing, not Forcing: Finding and Maintaining Authenticity as Black Women in Academia

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/RLjhNJx6rjuFp7Dxg

Thursday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

Abstract from publication in ACM DL:Navigating the intersection of both race and gender can be difficult for Black women in academia, especially when they lack representation, and proper support, which forces many to “learn on the fly.” This panel convenes Black women in diverse faculty positions to discuss pursuing and persisting in academic careers, including career path considerations, identifying and mitigating challenges, mentorship and networking, balancing expectations with authenticity, and making institution and/or career changes.

Paper Session: CS1

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/jZaoSAFggnpmp6cka

Thursday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.8:00pm ETFinding Video-watching Behavior Patterns in a Flipped CS1 Course (↪ ACM DL)Colin Moore (North Carolina State University) Lina Battestilli (North Carolina State University) Ignacio X. Domínguez (North Carolina State University)8:20pm ETCollaborative Learning, Self-Efficacy, and Student Performance in CS1 POGIL (↪ ACM DL)Aman Yadav (Michigan State University) Chris Mayfield (James Madison University) Sukanya Kannan Moudgalya (Michigan State University) Clif Kussmaul (Green Mango Associates, LLC) Helen H Hu (Westminster College)8:40pm ETStudent Attitudes Toward Syntax Exercises in CS1 (↪ ACM DL)Shelsey Sullivan (Utah State University) Hillary Swanson (Utah State University) John Edwards (Utah State University)9:00pm ETProcrastination and Gaming in an Online Homework System of an Inverted CS1 (↪ ACM DL)Jaemarie Solyst (Carnegie Mellon University) Trisha Thakur (University of Toronto) Madhurima Dutta (University of Toronto) Yuya Asano (University of Toronto) Andrew Petersen (University of Toronto Mississauga) Joseph Jay Williams (University of Toronto)9:20pm ETA Biology-based CS1: Results and Reflections, Ten Years In (↪ ACM DL)Zachary Dodds (Harvey Mudd College) Malia Morgan (Harvey Mudd College) Lindsay Popowski (Harvey Mudd College) Henry Coxe (Harvey Mudd College) Caroline Coxe (Harvey Mudd College) Kewei Zhou (Harvey Mudd College) Eliot Bush (Harvey Mudd College) Ran Libeskind-Hadas (Harvey Mudd College)

Paper Session: Diversity B

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/EcmoEYusSY8TsKvvN

Thursday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.8:00pm ETReal Talk: Saturated Sites of Violence in CS Education (↪ ACM DL)Best Paper in Computing Education Research TrackYolanda A. Rankin (Florida State University) Jakita O. Thomas (Auburn University) Sheena Erete (DePaul University)8:20pm ETGrowing Enrollments Require Us to Do More: Perspectives on Broadening Participation During an Undergraduate Computing Enrollment Boom (↪ ACM DL)Kathleen J. Lehman (University of California, Los Angeles) Julia Rose Karpicz (University of California, Los Angeles) Veronika Rozhenkova (University of California Irvine) Jamelia Harris (University of California, Los Angeles) Tomoko M. Nakajima (University of California, Los Angeles)8:40pm ETMotivating Literature and Evaluation of the Teaching Practices Game: Preparing Teaching Assistants to Promote Inclusivity (↪ ACM DL)Audra Lane (Harvey Mudd College) Ruth Mekonnen (Harvey Mudd College) Catherine Jang (Harvey Mudd College) Phoebe Chen (Harvey Mudd College) Colleen M. Lewis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)9:00pm ET’‘You don’t do your hobby as a job’’: Stereotypes of Computational Labor and their Implications for CS Education (↪ ACM DL)Brianna Dym (University of Colorado Boulder) Namita Pasupuleti (University of Colorado Boulder) Cole Rockwood (University of Colorado Boulder) Casey Fiesler (University of Colorado Boulder)9:20pm ETCS@Mines Successful S-STEM Scholarship Ecosystem for Low-Income and Underrepresented Students (↪ ACM DL)Tracy Camp (Colorado School of Mines) Christine Liebe (Colorado School of Mines) Heather Thiry (Golden Evaluation & Policy Research)

Paper Session: Faculty

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/D2WMgmfxcfEfqE5yT

Thursday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.8:00pm ETExploratory Reading Groups: A Scalable Approach to Creative, Relational, and Student-Driven Exploration in CS Education (↪ ACM DL)Dustin Palea (University of California, Santa Cruz) David T. Lee (University of California, Santa Cruz)8:20pm ETDemystifying the Tenure-Track Faculty Search in Computer Science at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions (↪ ACM DL)Janet Davis (Whitman College) Andrea Tartaro (Furman University) Tammy VanDeGrift (University of Portland)8:40pm ETComputer Science through Concurrent Enrollment: Reflections and Lessons Learned Offering Mobile CSP as a Concurrent Enrollment Course (↪ ACM DL)Seth Freeman (Capital Community College) Dan Kaiser (Southwest Minnesota State University) Ryan Lindsay (Northeast Range School) James Veseskis (Hartford Trinity Magnet College Academy)9:00pm ETA New Model for Weaving Responsible Computing Into Courses Across the CS Curriculum (↪ ACM DL)Lena Cohen (Brown University) Heila Precel (Brown University) Harold Triedman (Brown University) Kathi Fisler (Brown University)9:20pm ETA Data-centric Computing Curriculum for a Data Science Major (↪ ACM DL)Alan Fekete (University of Sydney) Judy Kay (University of Sydney) Uwe Roehm (University of Sydney)

Paper Session: Learning Tools

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/hSi3ZWwHL8C6PjcPQ

Thursday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.8:00pm ETUsing Mobile Augmented Reality for Teaching 3D Transformations (↪ ACM DL)Thomas Suselo (University of Auckland & Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta) Burkhard C. Wünsche (University of Auckland) Andrew Luxton-Reilly (University of Auckland)8:20pm ETDo Hackathon Projects Change the World? An Empirical Analysis of GitHub Repositories (↪ ACM DL)Lukas McIntosh (Western Washington University) Caroline D. Hardin (Western Washington University)8:40pm ETReal Talk: Illuminating Online Student Understanding with Authentic Discussion Tools (↪ ACM DL)Jake Renzella (Deakin University) Andrew Cain (Deakin University) Jean-Guy Schneider (Deakin University)9:00pm ETLearning UML Sequence Diagrams with a New Constructivist Pedagogical Tool: SD4ED (↪ ACM DL)Sohail Alhazmi (RMIT University ) Charles Thevathayan (RMIT University ) Margaret Hamilton (RMIT University )9:20pm ETPearProgram: A More Fruitful Approach to Pair Programming (↪ ACM DL)Maxwell Bigman (Stanford University) Ethan Roy (Stanford University) Jorge Garcia (Stanford University) Miroslav Suzara (Stanford University) Kaili Wang (Stanford University) Chris Piech (Stanford University)

Paper Session: Student Motivation

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/fcZCJGWXetyYi2TYv

Thursday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.8:00pm ETThe Impact of Programming Project Milestones on Procrastination, Project Outcomes, and Course Outcomes: A Quasi-Experimental Study in a Third-Year Data Structures Course (↪ ACM DL)Clifford A. Shaffer (Virginia Tech) Ayaan M. Kazerouni (California Polytechnic State University)8:20pm ETTowards Modeling Student Engagement with Interactive Computing Textbooks: An Empirical Study (↪ ACM DL)David H. Smith (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Qiang Hao (Washington State University) Christopher D. Hundhausen (Washington State University) Filip Jagodzinski (Western Washington University) Josh Myers-Dean (Western Washington University) Kira Jaeger (Western Washington University)8:40pm ETInvestigating the Impact of Online Homework Reminders Using Randomized A-B Comparisons (↪ ACM DL)Angela Zavaleta Bernuy (University of Toronto) Qi Yin Zheng (University of Toronto) Hammad Shaikh (University of Toronto) 9:2Andrew Petersen (University of Toronto) Joseph Jay Williams (University of Toronto)9:00pm ETLeveraging Prior Computing and Music Experience for Situational Interest Formation (↪ ACM DL)Tom McKlin (The Findings Group) Lauren McCall (Georgia Institute of Technology) Taneisha Lee (The Findings Group) Brian Magerko (Georgia Institute of Technology) Michael Horn (Northwestern University) Jason Freeman (Georgia Institute of Technology)9:20pm ETUsing a Text Mining Assignment as an Intervention to Promote Student Engagement With DEI IssuesScott T. Leutenegger (University of Denver) Christina H. Paguyo (University of Denver)

Special Session: Can Your Students Pass This Test?

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/f4aMWad5Mkd7pf5yD

Thursday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.Abstract from publication in ACM DL:The AP CS A course, taught in high schools in the U.S. and around the globe, is designed to cover the same material as an introductory programming course at the collegiate level. Every May, tens of thousands of high school students sit the AP Computer Science A (AP CS A) exam, testing their introductory programming knowledge and skills. So how would your introductory students perform on this exam? In this special session attendees will receive access to AP CS A multiple choice and free response (coding) questions and have the opportunity to judge whether or not their students could answer the questions correctly. In addition, the presenters will share how each question is mapped to specific Learning Outcomes and expected student skills, much like what must be done for ABET accreditation efforts. Attendees can expect to have their Java programming skills challenged, learn ways to construct exams to meet course learning outcomes, and development of rubrics that reinforce measurement of concept mastery.

SIGCSE Morning Coffee (w/ Larry Merkle and Judy Sheard)

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/B5T2yHA7BKdiPDAay

Friday at 10:00AM until 10:30AM EDT

No, that’s not a typo! We are interviewing Larry Merkle and Judy Sheard - the senior Symposium and Program Chairs for SIGCSE TS 2022 in Providence, RI! Join us to hear all about how to volunteer, submit, and participate in the next Technical Symposium!Want a podcast (audio only) version of SIGCSE Morning Coffee? https://anchor.fm/mark-sherriff or add https://anchor.fm/s/51f12fc4/podcast/rss to the podcatcher of your choice!

SIGCSE Reads Open Hallway Discussion

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/vxygva8zWjtEE24nZ

Friday at 10:30AM until 11:00AM EDT

Come discuss the books for SIGCSE Reads 2021!

Lightning Talks

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/QyTAA2YZH255MNAkv

Friday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded 4-5 minute videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.Reflective Debugging with a Python Web IDE (↪ ACM DL)High School Cybersecurity: Curriculum Concepts, Content, and Course Construction (↪ ACM DL)Teaching Machine Learning to Computer Science Preservice Teachers: Human vs. Machine Learning (↪ ACM DL)Introducing Community Focus to an iOS Development Unit (↪ ACM DL)A Microlearning Online Framework for Teaching Programming Basics (↪ ACM DL)Considering the Effects of Computer Scientist Stereotypes on Student Mental Health (↪ ACM DL)Improving the Support Provided by a Collaboration Support System (↪ ACM DL)Investigating the Role of Computing in General Education Requirements (↪ ACM DL)Design Considerations for Inclusive AI Curriculum Materials (↪ ACM DL)Some Bridges Span More than Water: Engaging High School Java Learners with Data Structure Visualizations and Real-World Data (↪ ACM DL)The Big Pixel Microworld (↪ ACM DL)Oxford-style Debates for IT Students (↪ ACM DL)TEALS’s Plans for Addressing Social Justice in Computer Science Education: Creating Inclusive CS Communities (↪ ACM DL)

Panel: Lessons Learned in Propagation

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/r9TG3EhzRacKiQv4b

Friday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

Lessons Learned in Propagation (↪ ACM DL)This panel explores experiences and insights from three successful propagators into how others can successfully encourage more wide-spread use of their innovations. Issues covered include designing for dissemination, techniques for recruiting potential adopters, suggestions for convincing faculty to try an innovation and continue using it, and identifying points of friction and overcoming resistance from administrators, students, and/or peers. These topics are discussed and illustrated with personal experiences and anecdotes from our illustrious panelists.

Panel: Using Data to Inform Computing Education Research and Practice

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/HYsojoLooZL6WSb2S

Friday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

Abstract from publication in ACM DL (SIGCSE TS 2020):The analysis of data plays an increasingly critical role in computing education research, enabled by more and larger datasets, more powerful analysis techniques and better infrastructure for sharing. This panel brings together four panellists at various stages of work involving the collection and analysis of large datasets in different fields of computing education. The panellists will each discuss the current state of their work, the unique aspects of their data, and how that data fits into the larger landscape of computing education and research. Panellists will be asked to explain how they are employing AI and data mining techniques to learn about learners, the research methods they have used to make this happen, and any significant key findings they have discovered through this processes. The panel will discuss emerging topics, including: going beyond log data, handling global-scale datasets, efficiently collaborating with cross-dataset analysis, and ethical and privacy considerations. After the panelists present (5 minutes each), the moderator will pose follow-up questions and invite the audience to pose additional questions or provide other feedback. Key takeaways will include how data mining and artificial intelligence can contribute to improved insight and learning gains and how the larger computer education community can participate in data collection or analysis.

Paper Session: Curriculum

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Fdw3qbxPiheX8PB9g

Friday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.1:00pm ETThe Role of Mentoring in a Dual-Mentored Scalable CS Research Program (↪ ACM DL)Christine Alvarado (University of California, San Diego) Alistair Gray (University of California, San Diego) Diba Mirza (University of California, Santa Barbara) Madeline Tjoa (University of California, San Diego)1:20pm ETLearning from the Impossible: Introducing Theoretical Computer Science in CS Mathematics Courses (↪ ACM DL)Rafael del Vado Vírseda (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)1:40pm ETCombining Theory and Practice in Data Structures & Algorithms Course Projects: An Experience Report (↪ ACM DL)Jason King (North Carolina State University)2:00pm ETIntegrating Computer Science and ICT Concepts in a Cohesive Curriculum for Middle School - An Experience Report (↪ ACM DL)Saquib Razak (Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar) Salar Khan (Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar) Nehal Hussein (Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar) Hanan Alshikhabobakr (Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar) Huda Gedawy (Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar) Abdul Wahab Yousaf (Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar)2:20pm ETCode in Place: Online Section Leading for Scalable Human-Centered Learning (↪ ACM DL)Chris Piech (Stanford University) Ali Malik (Stanford University) Kylie Jue (Stanford University) Mehran Sahami (Stanford University)

Paper Session: Equity

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/5yH3zTJdQ7QEsh6DY

Friday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.1:00pm ETThe Role of Race and Gender in Teaching Evaluation of Computer Science Professors: A Large Scale Analysis on RateMyProfessor Data (↪ ACM DL)Nikolas Gordon (Trent University) Omar Alam (Trent University)1:20pm ETSustaining Student Engagement and Equity in Computing Departments During the COVID-19 Pandemic (↪ ACM DL)Heather Thiry (University of Colorado) Sarah T. Hug (Colorado Evaluation & Research Consulting )1:40pm ETLeveraging Collective Impact to Promote Systemic Change in CS Education (↪ ACM DL)Carol L. Fletcher (The University of Texas at Austin) Sarah T. Dunton (MGHPCC) Ryan Torbey (University of Texas at Austin) John Goodhue (MGHPCC) Maureen Biggers (Indiana University) Joshua Childs (University of Texas at Austin) Leigh Ann DeLyser (CSforAll Consortium) Anne Leftwich (Indiana University) Debra Richardson (University of California, Irvine)2:00pm ETEquity for Massachusetts Students’ CS Education: How Well Has the State Been Doing? (↪ ACM DL)Lynn Goldsmith (Education Development Center, Inc.) Jim Stanton (Education Development Center, Inc.)2:20pm ETCombating Social Injustice and Misinformation to Engage Minority Youth in Computing Sciences (↪ ACM DL)Danielle Cummings (Department of Defense) Marcus Anthony (Rutgers University) Crystal Watson (W.E.B. Du Bois Scholars Institute) Ahmad Watson (Rutgers University) Sherle Boone (W.E.B. Du Bois Scholars Institute)

Paper Session: Ethics & Academic Honesty

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/tXRgKJTfjqJjrb94k

Friday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.1:00pm ETHow Students in Computing-Related Majors Distinguish Social Implications of Technology (↪ ACM DL)Diandra Prioleau (University of Florida) Brianna Richardson (University of Florida) Emma Drobina (University of Florida) Rua Williams (Purdue University) Joshua Martin (University of Florida) Juan E. Gilbert (University of Florida)1:20pm ETComputing Ethics Narratives: Teaching Computing Ethics and the Impact of Predictive Algorithms (↪ ACM DL)Beleicia B. Bullock (University of Illinois) Fernando L. Nascimento (Bowdoin College) Stacy A. Doore (Colby College)1:40pm ETIntegrating Ethics into Introductory Programming Classes (↪ ACM DL)Casey Fiesler (University of Colorado Boulder) Mikhaila Friske (University of Colorado Boulder) Natalie Garrett (University of Colorado Boulder) Felix Muzny (Northeastern University) Jessie J. Smith (University of Colorado Boulder) Jason Zietz (University of Colorado Boulder)2:00pm ETUsing Role-Play to Scale the Integration of Ethics across the Computer Science Curriculum (↪ ACM DL)Ben Rydal Shapiro (Georgia State University) Emma Lovegall (Georgia Institute of Technology) Amanda Meng (Georgia Institute of Technology) Jason Borenstein (Georgia Institute of Technology) Ellen Zegura (Georgia Institute of Technology)2:20pm ETDeep Tech Ethics: An Approach to Teaching Social Justice in Computer Science (↪ ACM DL)Rodrigo Ferreira (Rice University) Moshe Y. Vardi (Rice University)

Paper Session: Grading

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/XDxhqWvrKm3pJMEEa

Friday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.1:00pm ETMixing and Matching Loop Strategies (↪ ACM DL)Craig S. Miller (DePaul University) Amber Settle (DePaul University)1:20pm ETAn Empirical Study to Determine if Mutants Can Effectively Simulate Students’ Programming Mistakes to Increase Tutors’ Confidence in Autograding (↪ ACM DL)Benjamin Simon Clegg (University of Sheffield) Phil McMinn (University of Sheffield) Gordon Fraser (University of Passau)1:40pm ETStop The (Autograder) Insanity: Regression Penalties to Deter Autograder Overreliance (↪ ACM DL)Elisa Baniassad (University of British Columbia) Lucas Zamprogno (University of British Columbia) Braxton Hall (University of British Columbia) Reid Holmes (University of British Columbia)2:00pm ETUsing a Computer to Score Parsons Problems Answered on Paper (↪ ACM DL)Ben Stephenson (University of Calgary) Guransh Mangat (University of Calgary)2:20pm ETToward an Ungraded CS50 (↪ ACM DL)David J. Malan (Harvard University)

Paper Session: Systems B

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/Keru7qGijbLXiSAd8

Friday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.1:00pm ETHave we reached consensus? An Analysis of Distributed Systems Syllabi (↪ ACM DL)Cristina L. Abad (Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral, ESPOL) Eduardo Ortiz-Holguin (Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral, ESPOL) Edwin F. Boza (Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral, ESPOL)1:20pm ETA Modular Assessment for Cache Memories (↪ ACM DL)Suleman Mahmood (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Geoffrey L Herman (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)1:40pm ETRISC-V Reward: Building Out-of-Order Processors in a Computer Architecture Design Course with an Open-Source ISA (↪ ACM DL)Stephen A. Zekany (University of Michigan) Jielun Tan (University of Michigan) James A. Connelly (University of Michigan) Ronald G. Dreslinski (University of Michigan)2:00pm ETTeaching Embedded Systems by Constructing an Escape Room (↪ ACM DL)Marc Pfeifer (University of Freiburg) Benjamin Völker (University of Freiburg) Sebastian Böttcher (University of Siegen) Sven Köhler (University of Freiburg) Philipp M. Scholl (University of Freiburg)2:20pm ETDive into Systems: A Free, Online Textbook for Introducing Computer Systems (↪ ACM DL)Suzanne J. Matthews (United States Military Academy) Tia Newhall (Swarthmore College) Kevin C. Webb (Swarthmore College)

Special Session: Computing Competencies for Undergraduate Data Science Programs — an ACM Task Force Final Report

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/7SiCJLh3hwnRWanrG

Friday at 01:00PM until 02:45PM EDT

https://doi.org/10.1145/3408877.3432586In this session, members of the ACM Data Science (DS) Task Force will present the final draft of Computing Competencies for Undergraduate Data Science Programs. Drafting this document has been a three-year process, in which the task force has released preliminary drafts, sought input from the community, and responded to the community’s helpful feedback. Our intent is that the session be an exchange that will clarify the contents of the report and provide participants with ways to put the report into practice at their own institutions. This session should be of interest to all SIGCSE attendees, but especially to faculty developing college-level curricula in Data Science.

Exhibitor Demos

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/gyCdXJsZaGHa6crg3

Friday at 03:00PM until 08:00PM EDT

None

Exhibits Open

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/Pjz3rE3tdzhFA7QJL

Friday at 03:00PM until 08:00PM EDT

None

Replit: Teams for Education

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/s9WAt45imoz8dQ4wx

Friday at 03:00PM until 03:20PM EDT

A Teams for Education overview, Replit’s product for CS teachers and students. Teams for Education allows collaborative coding online in real-time in Java, Python, HTML/CSS/JS, and 50+ other languages. It works on any device, including Chromebooks. The demonstration includes how to create projects, set up tests and auto-grading, review students’ work, and give feedback.

Turing’s Craft: CodeLab: A Learning Tool

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/9zs8tg9prZtjLMmdF

Friday at 03:20PM until 03:40PM EDT

Whether integrated into an LMS or standalone, CodeLab is above all else a learning tool that is focused on student needs. Sure, it has full support for assessment and big homework assignments, but learning is primary and that’s what we will focus on here.

Analyzing Students’ Problem-Solving Abilities in a Virtual Network on the Cloud

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/9qP8ksv2EFkex6GSp

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Analyzing Students’ Problem-Solving Abilities in a Virtual Network on the Cloud (↪ ACM DL)

Build Bridges between Play, Computation, Visual Programming, and Text-based Programming in Early Childhood Education

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/vChELtaZtm4GjDPuF

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Build Bridges between Play, Computation, Visual Programming, and Text-based Programming in Early Childhood Education (↪ ACM DL)

Capacity Expansion in Cybersecurity: Challenges and Prospects

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/M6waWdkjWLZzdxYfQ

Friday at 04:00PM until 05:00PM EDT

Capacity Expansion in Cybersecurity: Challenges and Prospects (↪ ACM DL)

Changes in K-8 Teacher Self-Efficacy with CS and Culturally Responsive Teaching through an RPP Workshop

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/52BuXQkyySaveA33R

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Changes in K-8 Teacher Self-Efficacy with CS and Culturally Responsive Teaching through an RPP Workshop (↪ ACM DL)

Colorado Strategic Approach to Rally Teachers

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/uZjL9LnrvWN9TwYJe

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Colorado Strategic Approach to Rally Teachers (↪ ACM DL)

Creating a Repository of Diversity and Inclusion Assignments for Computer Science

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/wnKFRg3Kj3mcD5Eue

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Creating a Repository of Diversity and Inclusion Assignments for Computer Science (↪ ACM DL)

Deciphering Inclusivity for the Design of K-12 Computing Pathways

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/gnCDxaMn9gb96mkMq

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Deciphering Inclusivity for the Design of K-12 Computing Pathways (↪ ACM DL)

Exploring Computational Thinking Across Disciplines Through Student-Generated Artifact Analysis

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/SsLBXZkNFvyJ8aYfs

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Exploring Computational Thinking Across Disciplines Through Student-Generated Artifact Analysis (↪ ACM DL)

How Do Faculty Convey Growth Mindset in Computer Science Teaching? A Preliminary Qualitative Study

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/uQrAnz86Y6tbjaSfP

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

How Do Faculty Convey Growth Mindset in Computer Science Teaching? A Preliminary Qualitative Study (↪ ACM DL)

Measuring Student Confidence from Tech Camp Participation

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/AmAR2ktKfSHSN3gKh

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Measuring Student Confidence from Tech Camp Participation (↪ ACM DL)

Navigating a Pandemic: Evaluating Communication with Parents in a STEM Program for Black and Latina Girls

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/akh2KPZFdDa9awHBp

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Navigating a Pandemic: Evaluating Communication with Parents in a STEM Program for Black and Latina Girls (↪ ACM DL)

On-Line STEAM Outreach with Remote Robot Access

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/J6a4ZZXmyZDPtGL5X

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

On-Line STEAM Outreach with Remote Robot Access (↪ ACM DL)

Poster Session 5

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/dbuy43qCLikyKAcWu

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

None

Preparing Teachers for Computational Thinking Integration in K-12: A Meta-Aggregation

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/zSEGkp3jgSpEBEoYz

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Preparing Teachers for Computational Thinking Integration in K-12: A Meta-Aggregation (↪ ACM DL)

Pythonpad: Server-free Python Hands-on Exercise for Online Programming Classes

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/5Qp2APL7Cnswm98Mp

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Pythonpad: Server-free Python Hands-on Exercise for Online Programming Classes (↪ ACM DL)

Supporting CS Teachers through Local Communities: Perceptions of CSTA Chapter Leaders

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/DuDFiSFLuvoqGGf9r

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Supporting CS Teachers through Local Communities: Perceptions of CSTA Chapter Leaders (↪ ACM DL)

Touchless Hand Interaction and Machine Learning Agents to Support Kinesthetic Learning in Augmented Reality

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/fHZuukXFvsrnxuKPg

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Touchless Hand Interaction and Machine Learning Agents to Support Kinesthetic Learning in Augmented Reality (↪ ACM DL)

Towards an Instrument for CS Teacher Attitudes and Beliefs: Analysis of Component Factors from Foundational Professional Documents

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/LpT4nfmFxv7ArNqjZ

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Towards an Instrument for CS Teacher Attitudes and Beliefs: Analysis of Component Factors from Foundational Professional Documents (↪ ACM DL)

Using Machine Learning in Admissions: Reducing Human and Algorithmic Bias in the Selection Process

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/ELXtXiw67HL5RtvXQ

Friday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Using Machine Learning in Admissions: Reducing Human and Algorithmic Bias in the Selection Process (↪ ACM DL)

Gradescope: Transforming Grading into Learning

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/MovBkRXrsS29NsnD5

Friday at 05:05PM until 05:25PM EDT

In this session, we will go over how computer science instructors use Gradescope to grade everything from code to freeform handwritten work to online exams. Whether you are assessing students remotely or in-person, Gradescope can help you grade consistently across multiple graders, save time grading, and gain deeper insights into student learning. This brief demo will provide a high-level overview of the assignment types on Gradescope, how students can submit work, grading and rubric building, and assignment statistics.

CCSC Business Meeting

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/xErWBDireGmqPfpNc

Friday at 06:00PM until 07:00PM EDT

Join the business meeting by going to the Zoom link below. https://umsystem.zoom.us/j/96439791438?pwd=My82RTdMVnB6SkdHL3BBT29yZGdNdz09 Meeting ID: 964 3979 1438 Passcode: 472172

EngageCSEdu: A Collection of Engaging Assignments

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/q8Krg9deHLij2sYku

Friday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

Air Quality Index CalculatorMark Gondree (Sonoma State University)Coffee BaristaRita Garcia (The University of Adelaide)POGIL LabsChris Mayfield (James Madison University)Helen Hu (Westminster College)Analyzing AirBnB DataTzu-Yi Chen (Pomona College)Reuniting FamiliesMikey Goldweber (Xavier University)CS2 Graphical Photo Library ProjectRobbit Hott, Nada Basit, Ray Pettit, and Derrick Stone – all from University of Virginia

Panel: Teaching Computer Science with Abstract Strategy Games

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/MByPLjS4B6wA93Mks

Friday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

https://doi.org/10.1145/3408877.3432572Abstract Strategy Games are games of no chance with complete information - all players (usually two) know all there is about the current position nothing is hidden. Examples of popular games are Tic-Tac-Toe, Chess, Checkers, Connect-4, Reversi, Mancala, Nim, Dots-and-Boxes, and Go there are thousands more. In addition to the cultural history and remarkably beautiful mathematics locked within the strategies and game trees, we have found they form a wonderfully fertile, rich, and engaging source of activities around which to teach fundamentals of computer science. This panel will explore the ways in which we have used these games with our students, through interactive tutorials and reflection that will each surface a particular CS concept. After sharing best practices, we will invite the audience to contribute their own experiences.

Paper Session: Computing Education Research B

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/vLZ6bTYd35AQQ4GuX

Friday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.8:00pm ETAutomating Program Structure Classification (↪ ACM DL)Will Crichton (Stanford University) Georgia Gabriela Sampaio (Stanford University) Pat Hanrahan (Stanford University)8:20pm ETCollaborative Dialogue and Types of Conflict: An Analysis of Pair Programming Interactions between Upper Elementary Students (↪ ACM DL)Jennifer Tsan (North Carolina State University) Jessica Vandenberg (North Carolina State University) Zarifa Zakaria (North Carolina State University) Danielle C. Boulden (North Carolina State University) Collin Lynch (North Carolina State University) Eric Wiebe (North Carolina State University) Kristy Elizabeth Boyer (University of Florida)8:40pm ETOnline Vs Face-to-face Web-development Course: Course Strategies, Learning, and Engagement (↪ ACM DL)Debarati Basu (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) Sarah Heckman (North Carolina State University) Mary Lou Maher (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)9:00pm ETThe Virtual Pivot: Transitioning Computational Thinking PD for Middle and High School Content Area Teachers (↪ ACM DL)Robin Jocius (University of Texas at Arlington) Deepti Joshi (The Citadel) Jennifer Albert (The Citadel) Tiffany Barnes (North Carolina State University) Richard Robinson (The Citadel) Veronica Cateté (North Carolina State University) Yihuan Dong (North Carolina State University) Melanie Blanton (The Citadel) Ian Oɻyrne (College of Charleston) Ashley Andrews (The Citadel)

Paper Session: Gamification

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/PdhEjBtsvaEec5u2Q

Friday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.8:00pm ETExploring Personalization of Gamification in an Introductory Programming Course (↪ ACM DL)Mitchell Rogers (University of Auckland) Wendy Yao (University of Auckland) Andrew Luxton-Reilly (University of Auckland) Juho Leinonen (University of Helsinki) Danielle Lottridge (University of Auckland) Paul Denny (University of Auckland)8:20pm ETA Game-Based Approach for Teaching Algorithms and Data Structures using Visualizations (↪ ACM DL)Simon Su (University of Auckland) Edward Zhang (University of Auckland) Paul Denny (University of Auckland) Nasser Giacaman (University of Auckland)8:40pm ETTo Gamify or Not? On Leaderboard Effects, Student Engagement and Learning Outcomes in a Cybersecurity Intervention (↪ ACM DL)Mac Malone (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Yicheng Wang (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Kedrian James (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Murray Anderegg (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Jan Werner (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Fabian Monrose (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Paper Session: Math / Assessment

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/KsQzvFDfAAnBcFwFx

Friday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.8:00pm ETInvestigating Item Bias in a CS1 Exam with Differential Item Functioning (↪ ACM DL)Matt J. Davidson (University of Washington) Brett Wortzman (University of Washington) Amy J. Ko (University of Washington) Min Li (University of Washington)8:20pm ETAction Fractions: The Design and Pilot of an Integrated Math+CS Elementary Curriculum Based on Learning Trajectories (↪ ACM DL)Carla Strickland (University of Chicago) Kathryn M. Rich (University of Chicago) Donna Eatinger (University of Chicago) Todd Lash (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) Andy Isaacs (University of Chicago) Maya Israel (University of Florida) Diana Franklin (University of Chicago)8:40pm ETDiscrete Math with Programming: A Principled Approach (↪ ACM DL)Yanhong A. Liu (Stony Brook University) Matthew Castellana (Stony Brook University)9:00pm ETAutograding ‘ɾxplain in Plain English’’ questions using NLP (↪ ACM DL)Max Fowler (University of Illinois) Binglin Chen (University of Illinois) Sushmita Azad (University of Illinois) Matthew West (University of Illinois) Craig Zilles (University of Illinois)9:20pm ETUnique Exams: Designing Assessments for Integrity and Fairness (↪ ACM DL)Gili Rusak (Stanford University) Lisa Yan (Stanford University)

Paper Session: Security

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/xu7rE8QbEHfhmB6Li

Friday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

To view the pre-recorded videos of presentations for this session, please click on the Files tab in the Chat window on the right side of this screen.8:00pm ETCreating a Multifarious Cyber Science Major (↪ ACM DL)Best Paper in Positions and Curriculum Initiatives TrackRaymond W. Blaine (U.S Military Academy) Jean R. S. Blair (U.S Military Academy) Christa M. Chewar (U.S Military Academy) Rob Harrison (U.S Military Academy) James J. Raftery (U.S Military Academy) Edward Sobiesk (U.S Military Academy)8:20pm ETTextbook Underflow: Insufficient Security Discussions in Textbooks Used for Computer Systems Courses (↪ ACM DL)Majed Almansoori (University of Wisconsin-Madison) Jessica Lam (University of California, San Diego) Elias Fang (University of California, San Diego) Adalbert Gerald Soosai Raj (University of California, San Diego) Rahul Chatterjee (University of Wisconsin-Madison)8:40pm ETReflections of a Hardware-Software Co-Instructional Approach to Cybersecurity Education (↪ ACM DL)Thoshitha Gamage (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville) Tim York (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville)9:00pm ETExternal Imagery in Computer Programming (↪ ACM DL)Joseph Ditton (Utah State University) Hillary Swanson (Utah State University) John Edwards (Utah State University)

Special Session: Nifty Web Apps: Build a Web App for Any Text-Based Programming Assignment

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/HrEBku4T8FmcENdju

Friday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

https://doi.org/10.1145/3408877.3432580While many students now interact with web apps across a variety of smart devices, the vast majority of our Nifty Assignments still present traditional user interfaces such as console input/output and desktop GUI. In this tutorial session, participants will learn to build simple web apps for programming assignments that execute student-written code to dynamically respond to user interactions resulting in a more modern app experience. Our approach requires up to 75% less code than similar desktop GUI apps while requiring few (if any) modifications to existing assignments. Instructors and students alike can run and modify these web apps on their own computers or deploy their apps online for access from any smart device at no cost. The tutorial presents examples from CS1 and CS2 courses in Python and Java, but the ideas apply generally.

Special Session: Terms to Know and Videos to Help: Gender-identity, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Pronouns, Race, Intersectionality, Privilege, & Bias

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/pB4XhheGfEvY3cXpq

Friday at 08:00PM until 09:45PM EDT

https://doi.org/10.1145/3408877.3432581The goal of the session is to help attendees who are committed to diversity and inclusion learn to talk about different dimensions of identity (e.g., race, class, gender, sex, sexuality, etc.). The landscape of terms is always changing and we want SIGCSE attendees to feel more comfortable using current language to talk about issues related to diversity and inclusion. This special session will include eight short videos, individual reflection, and a Q&A with presenters. This is an expansion of a special session held at the NCWIT Summit in 2019 it was well received and we hope to offer it to the larger SIGCSE audience. The format also lends itself to attendees sharing the videos and discussions with their colleagues after SIGCSE, which are available at http://ncwit.org/intersectionality-videos

SIGCSE Morning Coffee (w/ Manuel Pérez-Quiñones and Adrienne Decker)

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/ap7ngsbf286qYSt8x

Saturday at 10:00AM until 10:30AM EDT

Today we hear from Manuel Pérez-Quiñones and Adrienne Decker to talk more about the future of SIGCSE and the upcoming public board business meetings next week!Want a podcast (audio only) version of SIGCSE Morning Coffee? https://anchor.fm/mark-sherriff or add https://anchor.fm/s/51f12fc4/podcast/rss to the podcatcher of your choice!

Closing Keynote: Increasing Diversity in Computing Education: Lesson Learned

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/KGhizkvnpf3DRxkmB

Saturday at 01:00PM until 02:00PM EDT

https://doi.org/10.1145/3408877.3432592It is recognized that diversity of perspectives results in solutions that serve a broad base. This is critical to the area of computing, which has applications to many areas including science, humanities, finance, as well as foundational work to advance the field of computing. Cultivating an environment that values and promotes diversity, however, is not an easy task. This is especially the case in higher education, with a focus on undergraduate and graduate computing education. In this talk, I will discuss lessons learned from the following CMD-IT programs: University Award, FLIP Alliance, and Academic Careers Workshops. The focus will be on effective strategies and challenges that require community engagement.

Exhibits Open

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/GsC39ti8YLBb9Nyvv

Saturday at 03:00PM until 08:00PM EDT

Be sure to visit the Exhibit Hall and speak to our incredible supporters. Between 3-8pm ET you’re able to visit a booth and “Talk Now” to someone from each organization. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about what each company has to offer.

“Not My Subject”?: A Survey of Teachers Regarding the Implementation of New K-8 Computing Education Standards

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/9AE5gbrHGD4T8o6St

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

“Not My Subject”?: A Survey of Teachers Regarding the Implementation of New K-8 Computing Education Standards (↪ ACM DL)

AlignCS: Evaluating the Landscape of K-12 CS Framework Aligned Curricula

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/wNacCzymhnskwHtSS

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

AlignCS: Evaluating the Landscape of K-12 CS Framework Aligned Curricula (↪ ACM DL)

An Agile Learning Management Method Based on Scrum

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/sec4GZZNAiArjjqvA

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

An Agile Learning Management Method Based on Scrum (↪ ACM DL)

Assessing Professional Identity of Computer Science Teachers: Design and Validation of the CS Teacher Identity Survey

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/2DEjHN4SDuuYYSMMe

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Assessing Professional Identity of Computer Science Teachers: Design and Validation of the CS Teacher Identity Survey (↪ ACM DL)

Computer Science Instruction and Academic Outcomes in Other Subjects

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/tjpCXyPyNf6G9Rxtj

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Computer Science Instruction and Academic Outcomes in Other Subjects (↪ ACM DL)

Data Collection for the Learn-OCaml Programming Platform: Modelling How Students Develop Typed Functional Programs

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/sYHR3D3Wo9H4nccNX

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Data Collection for the Learn-OCaml Programming Platform: Modelling How Students Develop Typed Functional Programs (↪ ACM DL)

Evidence or Excitement: Which Predicts Implementation of Research-based Pedagogy by CS Educators?

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/nBz5ZA5ZzAKuRL6AF

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Evidence or Excitement: Which Predicts Implementation of Research-based Pedagogy by CS Educators? (↪ ACM DL)

Expanding Opportunities through Concurrent Enrollment

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/A72SWdoPB4AaZPs8S

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Expanding Opportunities through Concurrent Enrollment (↪ ACM DL)

Expansive Framing and Collaborative Professional Development: Supporting Teacher Learning

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/weZL9doXek2rh8RTH

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Expansive Framing and Collaborative Professional Development: Supporting Teacher Learning (↪ ACM DL)

Faculty Performance on Simple Programming Tasks

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/AF5sB2RCa7u77HtCL

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Faculty Performance on Simple Programming Tasks (↪ ACM DL)

Improving Online Collaborative Learning with POGIL Practices

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/tJ8eCjoWw2ELnDXEM

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Improving Online Collaborative Learning with POGIL Practices (↪ ACM DL)

Increasing the Value of Professional Body Computer Science Degree Accreditation

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/A8uXCf5sf2aTAJTLe

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Increasing the Value of Professional Body Computer Science Degree Accreditation (↪ ACM DL)

Poster Session 6

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/D4M4w5GhxDkswZCQ6

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

None

PyBuggy: Testing the Effects of Enhanced Error Messages on Novice Programmers

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/pzhJpqbYwf67ZQGyF

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

PyBuggy: Testing the Effects of Enhanced Error Messages on Novice Programmers (↪ ACM DL)

Taking Up Opportunities to Learn in a Computer Science Professional Development for Middle School Teachers

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/JYBSk7vKKmo4jqN5K

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

Taking Up Opportunities to Learn in a Computer Science Professional Development for Middle School Teachers (↪ ACM DL)

To GitHub or Not to GitHub? That Is the Question

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/ah3RCAA3MzDDhLNx6

Saturday at 04:00PM until 06:45PM EDT

To GitHub or Not to GitHub? That Is the Question (↪ ACM DL)

Nifty Assignments: Supported by Oracle

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/NL2vkdHoZ4FfqvwKK

Saturday at 08:00PM until 09:00PM EDT

Nifty Assignments in ACM DLNifty Assignments Home8:00pm ETNifty Assignment: Sankey DiagramBen Stephenson (University of Calgary)8:15pm ETNifty Assignment: Rocket Landing Simulator (with Genetic Algorithm Tuning)Adrian de Freitas (United States Air Force Academy) Troy Weingart (United States Air Force Academy) David Caswell (United States Air Force Academy) Barry Fagin (United States Air Force Academy) David Merritt (United States Air Force Academy) Paul Wilkinson (United States Air Force Academy) Steven Fulton (United States Air Force Academy) Kelly Hughes (United States Air Force Academy)8:30pm ETNifty Assignment: Covid SimulationSteven Bitner (The University of West Florida)8:45pm ETNifty Assignment: Linked List LabyrinthKeith Schwarz (Stanford University)

SIGCSE TS 2021 Closing Celebration

https://pathable.sigcse2021.org/meetings/virtual/9Gu6mfnag8x9Gkvy2

Saturday at 09:00PM until 09:30PM EDT

Join us for the Closing Celebration as we thank everyone involved in the 2021 Technical Symposium and look ahead to 2022 in Providence, RI!