- Presenting Pleasant Provisions of the Python Programming Platform for the Pedagogy of Discrete Mathematics
- Please Vote for LEGO to Produce a Set Featuring Lovelace, Babbage, and the Analytical Engine
- I recommend Sydney Padua’s ‘THRILLING(!!!) Adventures of LOVELACE and BABBAGE’
- Continuing Revision of Discrete Mathematics Courses with Attention to Computer Science Curricula 2013
- Continuing the Conversation on Programming in the Non-majors CS Course
- Moti Ben-Ari on Continuing the Conversation on Programming in the Non-majors CS Course
- Anthony Ruocco on We Aspire to Comply with the ACM/IEEE CS Curriculum Guidelines — But…, But…, But….
- Simone D'Angelo on Fewer Female Software Engineers than thought?
- One reason we have so much engineering and so little computer science taught at US high schools. | ACM Inroads | Computing Education Blog on One reason we have so much engineering and so little computer science taught at US high schools.
- Moti Ben-Ari on Is the STEM Shortage (and by implication computer science and information technology) a myth?
Monthly Archives: February 2013
I’ve recently come across two well known individuals in the IT world who believe that the IT entrepreneurial and employment worlds are a meritocracy, that gender and race don’t matter, only the quality matters. One of the articles is on … Continue reading
Like most education researchers, I have had bad experiences trying to obtain Ethics approval for proposed research projects. I’ve had a number of applications approved with only minor changes, some with major changes and a couple rejected entirely. I’ve complained … Continue reading
The president of the United States just started his second term, and Mr. Obama has spent a lot of time recently making his agenda for that term clear. In an interesting twist for computing educators, part of what he’s mentioned … Continue reading
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. — Albert Einstein On a recent Saturday, I had the distinct privilege of being part of one of the workshops being offered to Chicago Public School … Continue reading
Tim Berners-Lee’s creation of the world wide web is probably the invention that ultimately created the academic discipline of information technology. As computer networks expanded beyond niche military or academic circles, the need arose for usability, interoperability, security, scaleability, and manageability … Continue reading