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The Personal Software Process in the classroom: student reactions (an experience report)

S.K. Lisack
Thirteenth Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training  
A subset of the Personal Software Process has been suggested as appropriate for beginning college students in introductory programming courses.  ...  Surveys were taken at the end of each course to determine student attitudes toward the Personal Software Process.  ...  Using the Personal Software Process in the Classroom The Personal Software Process itself involves completing a variety of logs to track time spent in various categories of the software development process  ... 
doi:10.1109/csee.2000.827035 dblp:conf/csee/Lisack00 fatcat:2qow7sysyjfq3po66s2i2jfq3i

Introducing Edutainment Applications into the Formal Kindergarten System. An Experience Report

Anamaria Moldovan, Adriana Mihaela Guran, Grigoreta Sofia Cojocar
2019 Romanian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction  
This paper is a report of introducing edutainment applications into the formal kindergarten system, as introducing was seen as a process consisting in: understanding users' needs (a.), codesign, (b.) and  ...  All the applications were built by students during the HCI optional course for undergraduate Computer Science students.  ...  How can educational software improve the process of teaching-learning? Why are narratives so important in children lives?  ... 
dblp:conf/rochi/MoldovanGC19 fatcat:tr4ut7csnvfbroz6z3lr3a7rtq

An Observational Narrative of Student Reaction to Video Hooks

Veronica McCauley, Martin McHugh
2021 Education Sciences  
In this paper we explore a participatory design-based research approach to the integration of video hook technology in the post-primary science classroom (students aged 12–15).  ...  Digital video has become a dominant form of student learning in and beyond the classroom, and thus its pervasive nature in contemporary learning environments commands scholarly inquiry.  ...  This paper reports on the integration of a set of novel video-based hooks in the science classroom.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11060286 fatcat:scnswaqhq5anthvh4w664wicdy

Classroom BRIDGE

Craig H. Ganoe, Jacob P. Somervell, Dennis C. Neale, Philip L. Isenhour, John M. Carroll, Mary Beth Rosson, D. Scott McCrickard
2003 Proceedings of the 16th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology - UIST '03  
Classroom BRIDGE supports activity awareness by facilitating planning and goal revision in collaborative, project-based middle school science.  ...  This paper describes an implementation of these concepts with preliminary evaluation data, using timelinebased user interfaces.  ...  We thank teachers Kathy Bunn and Peggy Davie for partnering with us in this work along with their students.  ... 
doi:10.1145/964696.964699 dblp:conf/uist/GanoeSNICRM03 fatcat:5xam7qqapjhkbcsg235cihmduq

IT In the Classroom: Researching the Outcomes of Classroom Response Systems

Kenneth Jones, Ruben Mancha
2009 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Additionally, this research explores the nature of the outcomes experienced by students and their perceptions of leading pedagogy and practices for CRS technology in the classroom.  ...  The purpose of this study is to determine what types of students will be impacted by Classroom Response Systems (CRS) technology.  ...  Table 2 presents the four-level model and explains that students experience reaction, learning, behavior, and results outcomes.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/JonesM09 fatcat:spwdb7zwb5gzbblcj2gphmexry

Laptops in the classroom

Andrea Beth Campbell, Roy P. Pargas
2003 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin  
network management software to locate students who have a wireless handheld device or laptop turned-on.  ...  The course instructor is sometimes overwhelmed by the prospect, asking "How should I change my lesson plan in order to integrate the laptop in my daily lecture?"  ...  The authors would like to thank Bill Moss, Larry Grimes, John Burns, Dwaine Eubanks, Barbara Weaver, and Elisa Sparks. Without their input and support, this paper would not have been possible.  ... 
doi:10.1145/792548.611942 fatcat:shlza4zmh5hidfntfaor6ienku

Laptops in the classroom

Andrea Beth Campbell, Roy P. Pargas
2003 Proceedings of the 34th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '03  
network management software to locate students who have a wireless handheld device or laptop turned-on.  ...  The course instructor is sometimes overwhelmed by the prospect, asking "How should I change my lesson plan in order to integrate the laptop in my daily lecture?"  ...  The authors would like to thank Bill Moss, Larry Grimes, John Burns, Dwaine Eubanks, Barbara Weaver, and Elisa Sparks. Without their input and support, this paper would not have been possible.  ... 
doi:10.1145/611892.611942 dblp:conf/sigcse/CampbellP03 fatcat:ktbwtulex5bqfolbpy2cjjyqaq

Laptops in the classroom

Andrea Beth Campbell, Roy P. Pargas
2003 Proceedings of the 34th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '03  
network management software to locate students who have a wireless handheld device or laptop turned-on.  ...  The course instructor is sometimes overwhelmed by the prospect, asking "How should I change my lesson plan in order to integrate the laptop in my daily lecture?"  ...  The authors would like to thank Bill Moss, Larry Grimes, John Burns, Dwaine Eubanks, Barbara Weaver, and Elisa Sparks. Without their input and support, this paper would not have been possible.  ... 
doi:10.1145/611941.611942 fatcat:3au4nniuarezrhcyuxi2ma66hm

Code Review in the Classroom [article]

Victor Rivera, Hamna Aslam, Alexandr Naumchev, Daniel de Carvalho, Mansur Khazeev, Manuel Mazzara
2020 arXiv   pre-print
This paper presents a case study to examine the affinity of the code review process among young developers in an academic setting.  ...  Their feedback suggests that the process has been well received with some points to better the process. This paper can be used as guidelines to perform code reviews in the classroom.  ...  The process described in the present paper assumes an artifact of software code.  ... 
arXiv:2004.08774v1 fatcat:lidu5h6bd5dqjdk2bxo2hwbnn4

Flaming in the Electronic Classroom

Bruce A. Reinig, Robert O. Briggs, Jay F. Nunamaker
1997 Journal of Management Information Systems  
By definition, hostility always has some object—a person, an organization, a process.  ...  In a variety of studies, GSS have been shown to increase observed learning [20], self-reported learning [1, 16], on-task participation [4, 25], and satisfaction with the classroom experience [1].  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.1997.11518174 fatcat:l3wmvj2np5clxn32sdsd52qxwa

A Case Study of Student and Instructor Reactions to a Calculus E-Book

Martina Bode, Mehdi Khorami, Daniel Visscher
2014 PRIMUS - Problems, Resources, and issues in mathematics undergraduate studies  
This article details the results of testing an e-book in two differential calculus classes.  ...  The students who did make use of the interactive figures, however, also reported that the figures improved their understanding of calculus concepts.  ...  Acknowledgements Jamison Wolf was very helpful in discussing this project, and we thank him for his help. We also thank the anonymous referees for their helpful comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10511970.2013.856973 fatcat:yiwjwto2rvfc3ini43vq7hczyu

Exploring Empowerment: One Method for the Classroom

Dafna Eylon, Susan Herman
1999 Journal of Management Education  
Give students 10 to 20 minutes to discuss their reactions to the in-basket experiencein particular, how they felt about the fictitious job and organization.  ...  Our in-basket exercise offers students the opportunity to experience the emotional and cognitive ramifications of being in an empowered or disempowered work situation.  ... 
doi:10.1177/105256299902300109 fatcat:aabgqp7g4rbbteslxaec3luoei

Tetrahymena in the Classroom [chapter]

Joshua J. Smith, Emily A. Wiley, Donna M. Cassidy-Hanley
2012 Methods in Cell Biology  
These Tetrahymena-based teaching modules are inquiry-based experiences that are also effective at teaching scientific concepts, retaining students in science, and exciting students about the scientific  ...  Tetrahymena has been a useful model in basic research in part due to the fact it is easy to grow in culture and exhibits a range of complex processes, all within a single cell.  ...  Neither this connection, nor any financial, personal or professional interest of any of the author, has influenced this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-385967-9.00016-5 pmid:22444155 pmcid:PMC3587665 fatcat:tghgxr66qvffjbihukun2gnrem

Exploring Power Distance, Classroom Activity, and the International Classroom Through Personal Informatics

David Gerritsen, John Zimmerman, Amy Ogan
2015 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education  
The current research uses power distance to explore cultural juxtapositions in classrooms and personal informatics design to propose an adaptive system for cultural acquisition.  ...  Research shows the benefits of active learning in American college classrooms.  ...  Acknowledgements This work is supported in part by Carnegie Mellon University's Program in Interdisciplinary Education Research (PIER) funded by grant number R305B090023 from the US Department of Education  ... 
dblp:conf/aied/GerritsenZO15 fatcat:q2ccto6zijdhtmhnjsxbgqut3a

Measuring Quality Technology Integration in Science Classrooms

Caroline E. Parker, Cathlyn D. Stylinski, Christina R. Bonney, Jacqueline DeLisi, Joseph Wong, Cassie Doty
2019 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
The resulting protocol focuses on the integration of technology in classrooms on three dimensions: science and engineering practices, student-centered teaching, and contextualization.  ...  This protocol fills an important gap in understanding technology's role in teaching and learning by doing more than monitoring technology's presence or absence, and considering its integration in the context  ...  Acknowledgments We thank all of our study teachers who donated their time and opened their classrooms in support of this research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10956-019-09787-7 fatcat:cvcs6eus6jgvhdtczir6i7zy7y
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