Now that computing science has "come of age" as a subject taught at all levels in the UK and elsewhere in the world, we welcome you to the Centre for CS Education, a group of researchers and practitioners exploring and promoting CS education for everyone. Find out what we're doing by looking over our pages.
17 SepBriana Morrison visits, presenting a talk on cognitive load theory and subgoals for problems-solving processing.
30 JulA paper about a pen-and-paper intervention for CS1CT students submitted by members of the CCSE won the ACM Europe Best Paper Award at ITiCSE 2019
29 Jul8 CCSE members contributed to 7 Working Groups at ITiCSE 2019
29 JulSebastian Dziallas visits from the brand new Fulbright University, Vietnam, to share his experiences of student-centred, trans-disciplinary curriculum design.
03 AprDr Joseph Maguire on panel for Technology Beyond the Virtual Learning Environment at the University of Glasgow Learning and Teaching Conference.
The CCSE has had a close relationship with schools across the UK, contributing to the development of Scottish and Welsh curricula, supporting the National Centre for Computing Education and welcoming new PhD starts in this area in the near future.
The University of Glasgow is hosting the 14th Workshop in Primary and Secondary Computing Education this year, chaired by Quintin Cutts and supported by several CCSE members on the local organising committee.
The Centre for Computing Science Education brings together academics, researchers and students across the University, particularly the Schools of Computing Science, Education, Psychology and Business, as well as those outside, including industry, the Scottish Qualifications Authority, and Education Scotland.