Welcome to the CSEdGrad Events Page

In response to the needs identified in the Community Survey, CSEdGrad will be sponsoring two events during the fall 2020 semester. 

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STUDY GROUPS

Based on The Cambridge Handbook of Computing Education Research, these peer-led groups will help participants expand their CSEd knowledge base as well as their professional networks. This book is one of the premiere resources for CSEd. Our hope is that these study groups will facilitate communication and will make the content more digestible for the community to work through its material together.

Groups will begin in mid-August; each group will last two weeks. You may participate in all of them or just a few. The topics for the study groups are:

  • The History of CSEd

  • Learning Theories

  • Equity and Diversity

  • Assessment

  • Teaching Methods

  • Learning to Program

Groups will be based in a discussion board; some will have an optional synchronous session. Scaffolded materials--including videos, sections of the handbook, and other resources--will make it easy for participants to devote as much or as little time as they'd like to preparing for the study group.

If the cost of the Handbook is an obstacle to your participation, please request a copy.

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VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

CSEdGrad will sponsor a virtual conference intended for graduate students on Computer Science Education. Stay tuned for more detail on precise conference content, however we do recommend you sign up early as spaces may be limited. 

November 9 -11in the afternoons (US Eastern time). Sessions will include:

  • optional virtual lunches

  • breakout sessions with Handbook authors

  • panel sessions and debates

  • podcast sessions

  • sessions on mental health, publishing, and research methods

  • a poster session

  • keynote speakers

  • . . . and lots of opportunities for networking and participation

 

 

 

 

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 This work is supported by the National Science Foundation under grant number #1939265 . Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.