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 Jacobo Carrasquel

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March 2013 SIGCSE '13: Proceeding of the 44th ACM technical symposium on Computer science education
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This interactive workshop will present the new features of Alice 2.3, and show how to integrate Alice 2.3 into multiple disciplines in middle school and high school. Participants will get hands-on experience with working with new Alice models and creating Alice projects. The workshop will also review curriculum materials and ...
Keywords: K-12 education, middle school, Alice, virtual worlds, high school, introductory computer science

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June 2005 ITiCSE '05: Proceedings of the 10th annual SIGCSE conference on Innovation and technology in computer science education
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A common practice in colleges and universities across the US is to have students evaluate their faculty members. These evaluations, in most cases, are used for reappointments, promotions, and salary rises. For a longtime, I have believed that this system is subjective to many factors that have nothing to do ...
Keywords: promotion, feedback, student evaluations
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September 2005  ACM SIGCSE Bulletin: Volume 37 Issue 3, September 2005

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March 1999 SIGCSE '99: The proceedings of the thirtieth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education
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Nowadays, many universities and colleges are offering courses at distance. In this paper, I present my experiences and results with the offering of a CS1 course to students in our campus. The course was offered during the last academic year 97-98. I describe our motivation for the on-line course and ...
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March 1999  ACM SIGCSE Bulletin: Volume 31 Issue 1, March 1999

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March 1998 SIGCSE '98: Proceedings of the twenty-ninth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education
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March 1998  ACM SIGCSE Bulletin: Volume 30 Issue 1, Mar. 1998

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March 1997 SIGCSE '97: Proceedings of the twenty-eighth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education
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March 1997  ACM SIGCSE Bulletin: Volume 29 Issue 1, March 1997

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June 1993 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin: Volume 25 Issue 2, June 1993
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A common problem when teaching CS1 courses to non-CS majors is students' lack of motivation. This paper describes a new approach and methodology intended to solve this problem: The new approach involves a different sequencing of topics covered in most CS1 courses, and the division of the course into four ...

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April 1992 ACM SIGCHI Bulletin: Volume 24 Issue 2, April 1992
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This videotape demonstrates the functionality of Carnegie Mellon's GENIE programming environments. GENIE environment are publicly available on the Macintosh for Pascal and Richard Pattis' Karel the Robot teaching language. They are appropriate for use in introductory and intermediate computer programming methods courses at both the collegiate and secondary school levels. ...

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February 1989 SIGCSE '89: Proceedings of the twentieth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education
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Top-down design, an accepted technique for program development in most teaching environments, is an integral part of the introductory computing courses taught at Carnegie Mellon University. Although this planning technique works well for experts, it's application among less experienced users is limited: many novices abandon this technique as soon as ...
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February 1989  ACM SIGCSE Bulletin: Volume 21 Issue 1, Feb. 1989

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March 1985 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin: Volume 17 Issue 1, Mar. 1985
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March 1985  SIGCSE '85: Proceedings of the sixteenth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education

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March 1985 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin: Volume 17 Issue 1, Mar. 1985
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March 1985  SIGCSE '85: Proceedings of the sixteenth SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education



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