- 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: July 2014
Last week I was traveling on vacation with my family, and next week I’ll be traveling on vacation with my family. This week I’m recovering from / preparing for traveling on vacation with my family, plus I spent some time … Continue reading
Considering my previous posting of July 3, “Consider Using [Albeit Silly] Pop Culture to Illustrate Computer Science”, you might expect I’d like Yoav Yair’s Distance Learning column, “Did You Let a Robot Check My Homework?” in the June 2014 issue … Continue reading
At a small Computer Science education conference I attended a few years ago, the dinner speaker showed how the lectures we give could be enlivened by music such as songs he played on his guitar. But what if you’re not … Continue reading