NSF CCLI Showcase

SigCSE 2008

 

Pages for previous NSF CCLI showcases: 2006, 2007

The program is available.  The repeating slide show is here. Pictures from the showcase can be found here.

 

Schedule

Time slot Title (presenter)
Thursday

10:00-11:30

  • Project MLExAI: An Innovative Model for Teaching Core AI Concepts (Ingrid Russell)
  • Cognitive Robotics with Tekkotsu: A Curriculum for Machines That See and Manipulate Their World (David S. Touretzky)
  • Supporting Service-Learning Projects in Software Engineering Project Classes (Chang Liu)
Friday

10:00-11:30

  • Integrating Privacy Ethics into the Undergraduate Database Curriculum (Florence Appel)
  • Personalized Exploratorium for Database Courses (Peter Brusilovsky)
  • The Affinity Research Group Model: Creating and Maintaining Effective Research Teams (Ann Q. Gates)
  • Problets: Practice Exercises for Computer Science I (Amruth Kumar)
Friday

2:30-4:00

  • Cooperative Learning Methods for Java-Based CS1 Courses (Leland L. Beck)
  • Teaching by Collaborating: Toward a Pedagogy Adapted from the Open Source Culture (John David N. Dionisio)
  • Building and Using an Emulab (W. David Laverell)
Saturday

10:00-11:30

  • Cultural Challenges in Teaching Alice in Hawaii (Judith L. Gersting)
  • WeBWorK in Computer Science (Christelle Scharff)
  • Tablet PC's as Mind Tools for Enhancing Thinking and Learning Skills (Cheryl Willis)

 

 

Participants in detail

Thursday 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

Project MLExAI: An Innovative Model for Teaching Core AI Concepts

Cognitive Robotics with Tekkotsu: A Curriculum for Machines That See and Manipulate Their World

Supporting Service-Learning Projects in Software Engineering Project Classes

Friday 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

Integrating Privacy Ethics into the Undergraduate Database Curriculum

Personalized Exploratorium for Database Courses

The Affinity Research Group Model: Creating and Maintaining Effective Research Teams

Problets: Practice Exercises for Computer Science I

Friday 2:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Cooperative Learning Methods for Java-Based CS1 Courses

Teaching by Collaborating: Toward a Pedagogy Adapted from the Open Source Culture

Building and Using an Emulab

Saturday 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m.

Cultural Challenges in Teaching Alice in Hawaii

WeBWorK in Computer Science

Tablet PC's as Mind Tools for Enhancing Thinking and Learning Skills