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30 MayDr Leo Porter describes the design process for his Concept Inventory for Basic Data Structures (BDSI) and shares practical information on its delivery and interpretation.
16 MayDr Leo Porter shares his experiences with Peer Instruction in a dual session, initially on sharing evidence and research in favour PI, followed by a practical advice session on PI delivery.
31 MarOn the third day of the CCSE Festival discussions from previous talks were continued, but most of the day was spent hiking and climbing in Campsie Glen.
29 MarOn the second day of the CCSE Festival, we heard talks from Lauren Margulieux from Georgia State University, who shared insights on her Multiple Conceptions Theory and guidelines for effective research methods and design in CS Education Research.
29 MarKicking off the CCSE Festival, we spent a day co-located to share brief talks by all available members on their research and their goals for the coming year.
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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.