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SIGCSE TS 2023
Wed 15 - Sat 18 March 2023 Toronto, Canada

Posters provide an opportunity for an informal presentation featuring “give and take” with conference attendees. Presenting a poster is a good way in which to discuss and receive feedback on work in progress that has not been fully developed into a paper. Posters should not be previously published, as a paper or a poster.

Any topic relevant to the conference focus areas is suitable for presentation as a poster. These include new results and insights around developing, implementing, or evaluating computing programs, curricula, and courses. However, the topic should lend itself to presentation in poster format with additional details available in a handout or web page. You might consider a poster presentation of teaching materials that you would like to share or preliminary research findings, such as:

  • imaginative assignments
  • innovative curriculum design
  • laboratory materials
  • effective ideas for recruiting and retaining students
  • pilot study completed
  • data collected, initial results
  • computing education research that is in a preliminary stage

Graduate or undergraduate students submitting posters may instead wish to submit to the ACM Student Research Competition (SRC) held at the SIGCSE Technical Symposium. Like normal posters, ACM SRC posters are displayed at the conference, but the top poster authors also present their work orally, may win prizes and proceed to the international ACM Student Research Competition. Authors should submit to only one of the two tracks (posters or SRC), not to both. Any submissions made to more than one track will be desk rejected from both tracks.

Authors submitting work to SIGCSE TS 2023 are responsible for complying with all applicable conference authorship policies and those articulated by ACM. If you have questions about any of these policies, please contact program@sigcse2023.org for clarification prior to submission.

Presentation Modality

Authors of accepted poster submissions will have the option of participating either in-person by physically attending the conference in Toronto, Canada, or online.

All authors of this track must pre-declare their intended presentation modality at the time of submission. Your choice of modality will not be shared with reviewers, and will not impact their assessment of your submission. For timely planning for the conference, your choice of modality CANNOT be changed after the submission deadline.

Dates
Plenary

This program is tentative and subject to change.

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Fri 17 Mar

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08:15 - 09:45
Friday PlenaryLogistics / Demos / Keynotes at Exhibit Hall F
08:15
30m
Day opening
Morning PlenaryHybrid
Logistics

08:45
60m
Keynote
2023 SIGCSE Award for Outstanding Contribution to Computer Science Education Hybrid
Keynotes
Susan Rodger Duke University
10:00 - 12:00
In Person Posters 1Posters at Exhibit Hall G
Chair(s): Meghan Allen University of British Columbia, Jennifer Campbell University of Toronto
10:00
2h
Poster
Why should we be integrating computer science into the elementary curriculum? computer science teachers' perceptions and practicesIn-Person
Posters
Jiyoung Kim Indiana University, Yin-Chan Liao Georgia State University, Meize Guo University of Idaho, Mike Karlin California State University, Dominguez Hills, Anne Leftwich Indiana University
10:00
2h
Poster
The CS POGIL Activity Writing ProgramIn-Person
Posters
Helen Hu Westminster College, Tricia Shepherd The POGIL Project, Clifton Kussmaul Green Mango Associates, LLC
10:00
2h
Poster
Towards Building Data Science 2Y: Data Science Curriculum for Two-Year ProgramsIn-Person
Posters
Christian Servin El Paso Community College, Markus Geissler Cosumnes River College, Koudjo Koumadi Prince George’s Community College, Pam Schmelz Ivy Tech Community College, Cara Tang Portland Community College, Cindy Tucker Bluegrass Community and Technical College
10:00
2h
Poster
Acknowledging Inequities in Tech through a Community-Engaged Learning courseIn-Person
Posters
Alark Joshi University of San Francisco, Sophie Engle University of San Francisco, Matthew Malensek Department of Computer Science, University of San Francisco, Xornam Apedoe University of San Francisco, Star Moore University of San Francisco, Chris Brooks University of San Francisco
10:00
2h
Poster
Data Science Landscape in Preservice Teacher EducationIn-Person
Posters
Janice Mak Arizona State University, Jennifer Rosato College of St. Scholastica, Melissa Hosten The University of Arizona
10:00
2h
Poster
Investigating the Impact of Subject Lines Length on Students' Email Open RatesIn-Person
Posters
Elexandra Tran University of Toronto, Angela Zavaleta Bernuy University of Toronto, Bogdan Simion University of Toronto Mississauga, Michael Liut University of Toronto Mississauga, Andrew Petersen University of Toronto, Joseph Williams University of Toronto
10:00
2h
Poster
Designing a Visual Cryptography Curriculum for K-12 EducationIn-Person
Posters
Pranathi Rayavaram University of Massachusetts Lowell, Ashwin Jagadeesha University of Massachusetts Lowell, Sashank Narain University of Massachusetts Lowell, Claire Seungeun Lee
10:00
2h
Poster
Finding and Categorizing COVID-19 Papers in CS EducationIn-Person
Posters
Brian Harrington University of Toronto Scarborough, Aditya Kulkarni University of Toronto Scarborough, Zixiao Ren University of Toronto Scarborough, Conroy Trinh University of Toronto Scarborough, Raha Gharadaghi University of Toronto Scarborough, Thezyrie Amarouche University of Toronto Scarborough, Ansh Aneel University of Toronto Scarborough, Anand Karki University of Toronto Scarborough, Seemin Syed University of Toronto Scarborough, David Yue University of Toronto Scarborough
10:00
2h
Poster
Detecting Cheating in Online Take-Home Exams with Randomized QuestionsIn-Person
Posters
Ruiwei Xiao Washington University in St. Louis, Eduardo Huerta-Mercado University of California, Berkeley, Dan Garcia UC Berkeley
10:00
2h
Poster
Programming Languages in Education: 50 Years of Evolution as Evidenced by LiteratureIn-Person
Posters
Jakub Swacha University of Szczecin
10:00
2h
Poster
Designing Voice Reflection for StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Xuening Wu University of Toronto, Eunchae Seong University of Toronto, Ananya Bhattacharjee University of Toronto, Dana Kulzhabayeva University of Toronto, Pan Chen , Joseph Williams University of Toronto
10:00
2h
Poster
Gender Characteristics and Computational Thinking in ScratchIn-Person
Posters
Rose Niousha Waseda University, Daisuke Saito Waseda University, Hironori Washizaki Waseda University, Yoshiaki Fukazawa Waseda University
10:00
2h
Poster
SynpleTest: Using Program Synthesis as a Teaching AidIn-Person
Posters
Alexa Hennen College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University, Cameron Hahnfeldt College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University, Grace Potter College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University, Mengzhen Li University of Minnesota, Peter Ohmann College of St. Benedict / St. John's University
10:00
2h
Poster
Exploring The Potential of Chatbots to Provide Mental Well-being Support for Computer Science StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Harsh Kumar University of Toronto, Kunzhi Yu University of Toronto, Andrew Chung University of Toronto, Jiakai Shi University of Toronto, Joseph Williams University of Toronto
10:00
2h
Poster
Adding Diversity, Humanity, and Motivation to Programming Assignments with Easy-to-Create Cameo Appearance Videos In-Person
Posters
Madalene Spezialetti Trinity College
10:00
2h
Poster
Supporting Upper Elementary Students in Multidisciplinary Block-Based Narrative ProgrammingIn-Person
Posters
Jessica Vandenberg North Carolina State University, Anisha Gupta North Carolina State University, Andy Smith North Carolina State University, Rasha Elsayed WestEd, Kimkinyona Fox WestEd, Aleata Hubbard Cheuoua WestEd, James Minogue NC State University, Kevin Oliver North Carolina State University, Cathy Ringstaff WestEd, Bradford Mott North Carolina State University
10:00
2h
Poster
iCAP: A Classroom Engagement Tool for Introductory Programming CoursesIn-Person
Posters
Guangming Xing Western Kentucky University, Zhonghang Xia Western Kentucky University, Tawfiq Salem Purdue University
10:00
2h
Poster
Intro to CS for Educators: A Pre-Curricula PD WorkshopIn-Person
Posters
Amanda Menier SageFox Consulting Group, Paula Moore Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Deborah Boisvert CSforMA, Alan Peterfreund SageFox Consulting Group
10:00
2h
Poster
Co-aligning User-Centered Design and Software Engineering Courses: A Case StudyIn-Person
Posters
Alena Suvorova HSE University, Ilya Musabirov University of Toronto, Denis Bulygin Delft University of Technology, Rustem Faidrakhmanov HSE University
10:00
2h
Poster
Developing Comic-based Learning Toolkits for Teaching Computing to Elementary School LearnersIn-Person
Posters
Francisco Castro University of Massachusetts Amherst, Jane E University of California, San Diego, Sangho Suh University of California, San Diego, Weena Naowaprateep Mahidol University, Thailand, Yang Shi North Carolina State University
10:00
2h
Poster
The European Commission and AI: Guidelines, Acts and Plans Impacting The Teaching Of AI and Teaching With AIIn-Person
Posters
Keith Quille TUDublin Ireland, Brett Becker University College Dublin, Lidia Vidal-Meliá Jaume I University
10:00
2h
Poster
Toward a Multidisciplinary Approach for Game Design and Development PedagogyIn-Person
Posters
Julio Bahamon UNC Charlotte
10:00
2h
Poster
DoodleIt: A Beginner's Tool for Understanding Image RecognitionIn-Person
Posters
Vaishali Mahipal University of Massachusetts Lowell, Srija Ghosh University of Massachusetts Lowell, Ismaila Temitayo Sanusi University of Eastern Finland, Ruizhe Ma University of Massachusetts Lowell, Joseph Gonzales University of Massachusetts Lowell, Fred Martin University of Massachusetts Lowell
10:00
2h
Poster
Virtual Exam Wrappers: A Pilot Study for Online ReplicationIn-Person
Posters
Abhivyakti Ahuja University of Toronto Scarborough, Varun Datta University of Toronto Scarborough, William Song University of Toronto Scarborough, Brian Harrington University of Toronto Scarborough
10:00
2h
Poster
The Role of Sketching in Facilitating Problem Solving in Introductory ProgrammingIn-Person
Posters
Sophie Blouin Dalhousie University, Bridget Solomon Dalhousie University, Brent Crane Dalhousie University, David Dempsey Dalhousie University, Angela Siegel Dalhousie University, Eric Poitras Dalhousie University
10:00
2h
Poster
High School Socioeconomic Neighborhood Status and CS1 PerformanceIn-Person
Posters
Jennifer Alexandra Thompson Virginia Tech, Margaret Ellis Virginia Tech, Sara Hooshangi Virginia Tech
10:00
2h
Poster
Teaching Advanced Algorithms in an Undergraduate CS course: a CGM Case StudyIn-Person
Posters
Ludek Kucera Charles University
10:00
2h
Poster
A Formative Assessment Literacy Module for K-12 Computer Science Teachers: Need, Design, and Teacher FeedbackIn-Person
Posters
Shuchi Grover Looking Glass Ventures / Stanford University, Bryan Twarek Computer Science Teachers' Association
10:00
2h
Poster
Quantitative Results from a Study of Professional DispositionsIn-Person
Posters
Amruth N. Kumar Ramapo College of New Jersey, Renée McCauley College of Charleston, Bonnie MacKellar St John's University, Mihaela Sabin University of New Hampshire, Natalie Kiesler DIPF | Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education, Rajendra K. Raj Rochester Institute of Techinology
10:00
2h
Poster
Adapting Between Parsons Problems and Coding TasksIn-Person
Posters
Nadia Goralski Ontario Tech University, Jeremy Bradbury Ontario Tech University
10:00
2h
Poster
Survey Says: CS Majors are Interested in K-12 Teaching CareersIn-Person
Posters
Christine Liebe Colorado School of Mines, Deborah Kariuki University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Eryn Kelsey Colorado School of Mines
10:00
2h
Poster
rvcodec.js: an educational converter for RISC-V instructionsIn-Person
Posters
Joël Porquet-Lupine University of California, Davis, Hikari Sakai University of California, Davis, Abhiroop Sohal University of California, Davis
10:00
2h
Poster
Exploring Error State in "Time-on-Task" Calculations at ScaleIn-Person
Posters
10:00
2h
Poster
Exploring Students' Computational Problem-solving Approaches: Two Comparative Case StudiesIn-Person
Posters
Rachel Frisbie Department of Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering; Michigan State University, Marcos Caballero Michigan State University
10:00
2h
Poster
Incorporating the Concept of Bias and Fairness in Cybersecurity Curricular ModuleIn-Person
Posters
Sheikh Rabiul Islam University of Hartford, Ingrid Russell University of Hartford, Maanak Gupta Tennessee Tech University
10:00
2h
Poster
RAVIC: Runtime Analysis Visualizer for Introductory CoursesIn-Person
Posters
Georgiana Haldeman Colgate University, Mathelide Hou Colgate University, Kevin Han Colgate University, Ahmed Kamran Colgate University, Matthew Rojas Colgate University
10:00
2h
Poster
Justice-centered programming in computer scienceIn-Person
Posters
Jenny Ye University of California, Berkeley, Collette Roberto University of California, Berkeley, Naomi Yonas University of California, Berkeley
10:00
2h
Poster
Pandemic impacts on assessment of undergraduate researchIn-Person
Posters
Cecilia O. Alm Rochester Institute of Technology, Rajesh Titung Rochester Institute of Technology, Reynold Bailey Rochester Institute of Technology
10:00
2h
Poster
Computational Thinking-Integrated Elementary Science with Culturally Responsive Teaching: A Vignette StudyIn-Person
Posters
Yue Xin University of Maryland, College Park, Kristina Kramarczuk University of Maryland, College Park, Janice Mak Arizona State University, Ebony Terrell Shockley University of Maryland, College Park, Diane Ketelhut University of Maryland, College Park
10:00
2h
Poster
Refining Co-Designed Professional Development to Support Culturally Relevant CS in Elementary ClassroomsIn-Person
Posters
Sarah Lilly University of Virginia, Courtnee Austin Petersburg City Public Schools, Eric Bredder University of Virginia, Jennifer Chiu University of Virginia, Shanna Finklin Petersburg City Public Schools, Sheila Mosby Petersburg City Public Schools, Dwayne Ray Cormier Virginia Commonwealth University, Anita Crowder CODE Virginia
10:00 - 17:00
Exhibit Hall OpenLogistics / Demos / Keynotes at Exhibit Hall G
10:00 - 10:45
Online Posters 1Posters at Online Posters
Chair(s): Meghan Allen University of British Columbia, Jennifer Campbell University of Toronto
10:00
45m
Poster
Scaling Up to a Statewide Network for CS Teacher Preparation by Introducing AEA Community of Practice PartnershipsOnline
Posters
Sarah Diesburg University of Northern Iowa, J. Ben Schafer University of Northern Iowa
10:00
45m
Poster
Feedback tools and motivation to persist in intro CS theoryOnline
Posters
Ivona Bezakova Rochester Institute of Technology, Kimberly Fluet University of Rochester, Edith Hemaspaandra Rochester Institute of Technology, Hannah Miller Rochester Institute of Technology, David E. Narváez University of Rochester
10:00
45m
Poster
Non-majors Explore Less Well-Known Contributors to ComputingOnline
Posters
Barbara Anthony Southwestern University, Kate Nguyen Southwestern University
10:00
45m
Poster
Using Transformer Models for Knowledge Graph Construction in Computer Science EducationOnline
Posters
Alexander Katyshev Volgograd State Technical University, Anton Anikin Volgograd State Technical University, Oleg Sychev Volgograd State Technical University
10:00
45m
Poster
Societal Factors that Impact Retention and Graduation of Underrepresented Computer Science UndergraduatesOnline
Posters
Oluwafemi Osho Clemson University, Cazembe Kennedy Vanderbilt University, Bart Knijnenburg Clemson University, Eileen Kraemer Clemson University, Gloria Washington Howard university, John Porter III Morehouse College, Stacey Sexton Sagefox Consulting Group, Kinnis Gosha Morehouse College
10:00
45m
Poster
Audio Description Project to Support Visually Impaired to Perceive Architectural Heritage as Case Study for StudentsOnline
Posters
Piotr Milczarski Lodz University of Technology - Institute of Information Technology, Anna Śniegula University of Lodz, Artur Hłobaż Lodz University of Technology
10:00
45m
Poster
A Hands-on Digital Forensic Lab to Investigate Morris Worm AttackOnline
Posters
Eric Xu Marriotts Ridge High School, Alex Xu Marriotts Ridge High School, Mofei Wang Blue Valley Northwest High School, Lin Deng Towson University
10:00
45m
Poster
Analyzing Readability of Academic Paper Abstracts for ESL Learners across Various Computer Science SubfieldsOnline
Posters
Yo Ehara Tokyo Gakugei University
10:00
45m
Poster
What Skills Do CS Grads Need? Colleges And Employers Disagree.Online
Posters
10:00
45m
Poster
A Community of Practice for Elementary Teachers Promoting Inclusion of Students with Disabilities in CS InstructionOnline
Posters
Maya Israel University of Florida, Rui Huang University of Florida, Janice Mak Arizona State University, Andrew B. Bennett University of Florida, Richard T. Bex II University of Florida
10:00
45m
Poster
Motivation and Practices of Teaching Computational Social Science to Undergraduate Political Science StudentsOnline
Posters
Aleksandr Popov National Research University Higher School of Economics
10:00
45m
Poster
Embedding Equitable Design in the CS Computing CurriculaOnline
Posters
Pankati Patel Kean University, Patricia Morreale Kean University, Yulia Kumar Kean University, Daehan Kwak Kean University, Jean Chu Kean Univeristy, Rosalinda Garcia Oregon State University, Sabyatha Sathish Kumar Oregon State University, Margaret Burnett Oregon State University
10:00
45m
Poster
Validation of a Secure Programming Concept InventoryOnline
Posters
Ida Ngambeki Purdue University, Matt Bishop The University of California, Davis, Jun Dai California State University, Sacramento
10:00
45m
Poster
Online Visualization of Recursive Python FunctionsOnline
Posters
Pamela Fox Microsoft
10:00
45m
Poster
Transitioning into CS Ed: An Inclusive Model for In-Service Teacher Preparation and CertificationOnline
Posters
Rui Huang University of Florida, Joanne R. Barrett University of Florida, Carla Strickland University of Florida, Maya Israel University of Florida, Lauren R. Weisberg University of Florida, Andrea Ramirez Salgado University of Florida
12:00 - 13:45
Lunch, on your ownLogistics / Demos / Keynotes
15:00 - 17:00
In Person Posters 2Posters at Exhibit Hall G
Chair(s): Meghan Allen University of British Columbia, Jennifer Campbell University of Toronto
15:00
2h
Poster
Linking learning fundamental reinforcement learning concepts with being physically activeIn-Person
Posters
Ramakrishna Annaluru University of Texas at Austin, Christine Julien The University of Texas at Austin, Jamie Payton Temple University
15:00
2h
Poster
Observations on Student Help-Seeking Behaviors in Introductory Computer Science CoursesIn-Person
Posters
Matthew Zahn North Carolina State University, Sarah Heckman North Carolina State University
15:00
2h
Poster
Evaluation of the Impact of Modality for Equity ProgramIn-Person
Posters
Narges Norouzi University of California - Santa Cruz, Carmen Robinson University of California - Santa Cruz
15:00
2h
Poster
A Case Study in Opportunities for Adaptive Experiments to Enable Continuous Improvement That Trades-off Instructor and Researcher IncentivesIn-Person
Posters
Ilya Musabirov University of Toronto, Angela Zavaleta Bernuy University of Toronto, Michael Liut University of Toronto Mississauga, Joseph Williams University of Toronto
15:00
2h
Poster
Implementing Faded Parsons Problems in a Very Large CS1 CourseIn-Person
Posters
Lauren Zhou University of California, Berkeley, Akshit Dewan University of California, Berkeley, Anirudh Kothapalli University of California, Berkeley, Pamela Fox Microsoft, Michael Ball UC Berkeley, Thomas Joseph University of California, Berkeley
15:00
2h
Poster
Automated Structural Evaluation of Block-based Coding AssignmentsIn-Person
Posters
Param Damle University of Virginia, N. Rich Nguyen University of Virginia, Glen Bull University of Virginia, Jo Watts University of Virginia
15:00
2h
Poster
Lessons Learned From Teaching Artificial Intelligence to Middle School StudentsIn-Person
Posters
David Touretzky Carnegie Mellon University, Christina Gardner-McCune Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA, Bryan Cox Georgia Department of Edcuation, Judith Uchidiuno Carnegie Mellon University, Janet Kolodner Boston College, Patriel Stapleton University of Florida
15:00
2h
Poster
Integrating Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Content in Introductory Computer ScienceIn-Person
Posters
Youwen Ouyang California State University San Marcos, Marisol Clark-Ibáñez California State University San Marcos, Sreedevi Gutta California State University San Marcos
15:00
2h
Poster
Computing Fellows across Disciplines: Preliminary ResultsIn-Person
Posters
Jennifer Rosales Barnard College, Elizabeth Melville Columbia University, Melissa Wright Barnard College, Saima Akhtar Barnard College, Zoë Webb-Mack Duke University, Rebecca Wright Barnard College
15:00
2h
Poster
Lessons and Challenges in Supporting CS Teachers through Local Communities: CS Teacher Leaders’ PerceptionsIn-Person
Posters
Yan Tian University at Albany, Lijun Ni University at Albany, Tom McKlin The Findings Group, Jake Baskin Computer Science Teachers Association, Jason Bohrer Computer Science Teachers Association, Matt Livingston University at Albany
15:00
2h
Poster
Partial Credit Grading of DFAs: Automation vs Human GradersIn-Person
Posters
Nathan Smearsoll Rochester Institute of Technology, Ivona Bezakova Rochester Institute of Technology
15:00
2h
Poster
Hack The Problem: A Problem-Based Learning Approach for Ethical Hacking and Network Defense CurriculumIn-Person
Posters
Sajal Bhatia Sacred Heart University, Saaid Elhadad Sacred Heart University, Abhiraj Deshmukh Sacred Heart University, Mukesh K Yellela Sacred Heart University, Om Vangala Sacred Heart University
15:00
2h
Poster
Learning Iteration for Grades 2-3: Puzzles vs. UMC in Code.orgIn-Person
Posters
Enrico Nardelli University of Roma "Tor Vergata", Francesco Lacchia University of Roma "Tor Vergata", Renzo Davoli University of Bologna, Michael Lodi Università di Bologna, Marco Sbaraglia Università di Bologna, Veronica Rossano University of Bari, Enrichetta Gentile University of Bari, Violetta Lonati University of Milan, Mattia Monga Università degli Studi di Milano, Anna Morpurgo Università degli Studi di Milano, Luca Forlizzi University of L'Aquila, Giovanna Melideo University of L'Aquila - Department of Information Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics, Sara Capecchi Università degli Studi di Torino, Ilenia Fronza Free University of Bolzano, Italy, Tullio Vardanega University of Padua
15:00
2h
Poster
A Worked Example Model for Teaching Dynamic ProgrammingIn-Person
Posters
Ed Novak Franklin and Marshall College
15:00
2h
Poster
Critical Media Literacy for Sports Technology DesignIn-Person
Posters
Michael Smith Northwestern University
15:00
2h
Poster
Factors Influencing Academic Integrity ViolationsIn-Person
Posters
Sean Mackay University at Buffalo, the State University of New York at Buffalo
15:00
2h
Poster
Improving Student Success through Early Industry Mentorship In-Person
Posters
Stacey Levine Georgia State University, Anu Bourgeois Georgia State University
15:00
2h
Poster
Bachelor’s Degree Inclusion for Women of Color: Effectiveness Scores in the UK and USIn-Person
Posters
Jessica Changstrom The University of Kansas, Jaimie Miller-Friedmann University of Birmingham, Apriel K Hodari Eureka Scientific Inc
15:00
2h
Poster
High School Computer Gameplay and Social Media Use: Influence on CS Identity and CS Career Interests in CollegeIn-Person
Posters
Zohal Shah Digital Promise; Harvard Graduate School of Education, Chen Chen University of Hong Kong; Harvard | Smithonian, Gerhard Sonnert Harvard College Observatory, Philip M. Sadler Science Education Department, Harvard & Smithsonian | Center for Astrophysics
15:00
2h
Poster
A Holistic Curriculum towards Teaching Smart Home SecurityIn-Person
Posters
Feng Wang Arizona State University, Kuai Xu Arizona State University, Guoliang Xue Arizona State University
15:00
2h
Poster
Graduate Student Needs Assessed, Global Community Built… Now What? In-Person
Posters
Brianna Johnston SageFox Consulting Group, Alan Peterfreund SageFox Consulting Group
15:00
2h
Poster
Impact of Group Member Prerequisite Grades on Problem Set and Test GradesIn-Person
Posters
Jonathan Calver University of Toronto, James Chen University of Toronto
15:00
2h
Poster
(How) Do Linguistic Minorities Differ from Other Novice Programmers?In-Person
Posters
Julie M. Smith University of North Texas
15:00
2h
Poster
Dynamic Rate Limiting with TA-Bot in CS1In-Person
Posters
Alexander Gebhard Marquette University, Jack Forden Marquette University, Dennis Brylow Marquette University
15:00
2h
Poster
Lessons Learned from an Equity-Focused Peer Mentoring Program for High School CS TeachersIn-Person
Posters
Aleata Hubbard Cheuoua WestEd, Bryan Twarek Computer Science Teachers' Association, Ed Campos CSTA, Fernando Echeverria WestEd, Amy Fetherston CSTA Wisconsin Dairyland, Linnea Logan CSTA Wisconsin Dairyland
15:00
2h
Poster
Fostering the Capacity of Teacher Leadership in a K-5 RPPIn-Person
Posters
Rachel Miller Springfield Public Schools - CSforALL Springfield, Katie Bevan Springfield Public Schools - CSforALL Springfield, Laura Rita Springfield Public Schools - CSforALL Springfield
15:00
2h
Poster
Applying Software Engineering Anti-patterns to Programming Error MessagesIn-Person
Posters
Eddie Antonio Santos University College Dublin, Ioannis Karvelas University College Dublin, Brett Becker University College Dublin
15:00
2h
Poster
Run, Llama, Run: A Computational Thinking Game for K-5 Students Designed to Support Equitable AccessIn-Person
Posters
Stacey Koornneef University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Jeremy Bradbury Ontario Tech University, Michael Miljanovic University of Toronto Mississauga
15:00
2h
Poster
An Exploration into Adaptive Teaching of Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Undergraduate StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Yuni Xia IUPUI, Shiaofen Fang Indiana University - Indianapolis
15:00
2h
Poster
An Integrated Approach to Data Science Foundations in Computing, Mathematics and StatisticsIn-Person
Posters
Yuanlin Zhang Texas Tech University, Hanxiang Du University of Florida, Wendy Staffen Lubbock-Cooper High School, Wanli Xing University of Florida, joshua archer Texas Tech University
15:00
2h
Poster
Middle Schoolers' AI Literacy on Conceptual Understanding and Dispositions IntroductionIn-Person
Posters
Minji Jeon Indiana University Bloomington, Kwon Kyungbin Indiana University Bloomington, Anne Leftwich Indiana University, Krista Glazewski Indiana University, Tina Closser Indiana University Bloomington, Haesol Bae Indiana University Bloomington, Keunjae Kim Indiana University Bloomington
15:00
2h
Poster
Is Elementary AI Education Possible?In-Person
Posters
Anne Leftwich Indiana University, Krista Glazewski Indiana University, Cindy Hmelo-Silver Indiana University, Kathleen Jantaraweragul Indiana University, Srijita Chakraburty Indiana University, Minji Jeon Indiana University Bloomington, J. Adam Scribner Indiana University, Seung Lee North Carolina State University, Bradford Mott North Carolina State University, James Lester North Carolina State University
15:00
2h
Poster
An Exploration of a Professional Development Initiative for Teachers of Color In-Person
Posters
Joshua Childs The University of Texas at Austin, Carol Fletcher Texas Advanced Computing Center, Stephanie N. Baker Texas Advanced Computing Center, Kait Ogden University of Texas at Austin
15:00
2h
Poster
Early introduction to computer architecture in K-12In-Person
Posters
David Houngninou Texas A&M University, Maristela Holanda Universidade de Brasília, Dilma Da Silva Texas A&M
15:00
2h
Poster
Creating a DevOps CourseIn-Person
Posters
Michael Verdicchio The Citadel
15:00
2h
Poster
Notional Machine in Mathematics and Introductory Computer Science CoursesIn-Person
Posters
Eamon Worden Grinnell College, Juntao Song Grinnell College, Peter-Michael Osera Grinnell College
15:00
2h
Poster
Creating Socially Relevant Apps through Virtual Hackathons for High School GirlsIn-Person
Posters
Sreedevi Gutta California State University San Marcos, Youwen Ouyang California State University San Marcos, Moses Ochanji California State University San Marcos
15:00
2h
Poster
Towards a Systematic Review of Data Science Programs: Themes, Courses, and EthicsIn-Person
Posters
Nidhi Nellore Marquette University, Michael Zimmer Marquette University
15:00
2h
Poster
QC.py: Quantum Computing Simulation and Visualization SuiteIn-Person
Posters
Brennan T. Freeze Sonoma State University, Aundre Barras Sonoma State University, Paris Osuch Sonoma State University, Soren Sevier Richenberg Sonoma State University, Suzanne Rivoire Sonoma State University
15:00
2h
Poster
CSLINC - Development of a National Outreach VLEIn-Person
Posters
Keith Nolan TU Dublin, Keith Quille TUDublin Ireland

Sat 18 Mar

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08:30 - 10:30
In Person Posters 3Posters at Exhibit Hall G
Chair(s): Meghan Allen University of British Columbia, Jennifer Campbell University of Toronto
08:30
2h
Poster
Creating CS Advocates with In-Service High School TeachersIn-Person
Posters
Michael Zawatski University of Texas at San Antonio, Priya Prasad University of Texas at San Antonio, Crystal Kalinec-Craig University of Texas at San Antonio, Amanda Fernandez University of Texas at San Antonio, Emily Bonner University of Texas at San Antonio, Maria Arreguin University of Texas at San Antonio, Jina Wilde University of Texas at San Antonio, Darean Wilde University of Texas at San Antonio, Timothy Yuen University of Texas at San Antonio
08:30
2h
Poster
Critiquing Computing Artifacts through Programming Satirical Python ScriptsIn-Person
Posters
Aadarsh Padiyath University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Barbara Ericson University of Michigan
08:30
2h
Poster
Booklet-Based Design Fiction to Support AI LiteracyIn-Person
Posters
Shixian Xie Carnegie Mellon University, Jaemarie Solyst Carnegie Mellon University, Amy Ogan Carnegie Mellon University, Jessica Hammer Carnegie Mellon University
08:30
2h
Poster
Professional and Capacity Building in K-12 Computer Science Education: A Multi-Faceted ApproachIn-Person
Posters
Katherine G. Herbert Montclair State University, Sumi Hagiwara department of Teaching and Learning, Montclair State University, Vaibhav Anu Montclair State University, Rebecca Goldstein Montclair State University, Kaki Zakia Sultana Montclair State University, Stefan Robila Montclair State University, Jesse Ryan Miller Montclair State University, Thomas Marlowe Seton Hall University
08:30
2h
Poster
Utilizing Professional Development to Improve Student Career Outcomes in Computer Science and Software EngineeringIn-Person
Posters
Clint Lovelace Auburn Univeristy Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, Michael Covington Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, Matthew Morris Auburn University Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
08:30
2h
Poster
Project Sustainability through Teacher Autonomy in CT InfusionIn-Person
Posters
Deepti Joshi Citadel, Robin Jocius University of Texas - Arlington, Melanie Blanton The Citadel, Jennifer Albert The Citadel, Ian O'Byrne College of Charleston
08:30
2h
Poster
Multiple Programming Languages for Improving Computational Thinking in CS1In-Person
Posters
Dongeun Lee Texas A&M University-Commerce, Kaoning Hu Texas A&M University-Commerce, Omar El Ariss Texas A&M University-Commerce, Kibum Kwon Texas A&M University-Commerce
08:30
2h
Poster
Teaching Database Security in an Undergraduate Database Administration Course Serving Computer Science, Information Technology and Cybersecurity StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Mir Hasan Austin Peay State University, Joseph Elarde Austin Peay State University, Barry Bruster Austin Peay State University
08:30
2h
Poster
Developing a Modular and Interactive Blockchain Learning Tool for Undergraduate Computer Science ProgramsIn-Person
Posters
Karol Lejmbach Marquette University, Debbie Perouli Marquette University
08:30
2h
Poster
How do Computing Students Perceive Social Presence in Synchronous Remote v. In-Person CoursesIn-Person
Posters
Noah Q. Cowit University of Colorado, Boulder, Christopher Lynnly Hovey University of Colorado Boulder, Lecia Barker University of Colorado Boulder
08:30
2h
Poster
Evaluating Solo vs Pair Programming in an Online Setting for Introductory Programming StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Mustafa Hafeez University of Toronto Scarborough, Anand Karki University of Toronto Scarborough, Yara Radwan University of Toronto Scarborough, Anis Saha University of Toronto Scarborough, Angela Zavaleta Bernuy University of Toronto, Brian Harrington University of Toronto Scarborough
08:30
2h
Poster
Project Based Learning : A Study on the Impact of IST&P on the Computer Science Students Learning and EngagementIn-Person
Posters
Md Tajmilur Rahman Gannon University, Joshua Nwokeji Gannon University, Richard Matovu Gannon University, Stephen Frezza Franciscan University of Steubenville
08:30
2h
Poster
Co-Designing an AI Curriculum with University Researchers and Middle School TeachersIn-Person
Posters
Christina Gardner-McCune Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA, David Touretzky Carnegie Mellon University, Bryan Cox Georgia Department of Edcuation, Judith Uchidiuno Carnegie Mellon University, Yerika Jimenez University of Florida, Betia Bentley Maxporeal, LLC, Bennett's Mill Middle School, Will Hanna Thomas County Middle School, Amber Jones Tuner Middle School
08:30
2h
Poster
A Framework for Declarative AutogradersIn-Person
Posters
David Hovemeyer Johns Hopkins University
08:30
2h
Poster
King's Scroll: An Educational Game to Practise Code PredictionIn-Person
Posters
Yoshi Malaise Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Beat Signer Vrije Universiteit Brussel
08:30
2h
Poster
Broadening Participation: The Data Science Academy for K-12In-Person
Posters
Taneesha Sharma University of California, Riverside, Paea LePendu University of California, Riverside
08:30
2h
Poster
A Toolkit for Assessments in Introductory Programming CoursesIn-Person
Posters
Guangming Xing Western Kentucky University, Eric Xing Western Kentucky University
08:30
2h
Poster
Cheat Sheet for Teaching Programming with ComicsIn-Person
Posters
Sangho Suh University of California, San Diego
08:30
2h
Poster
Boosting Conceptual Thinking in a Programming Course - an Ontology-Based ApproachIn-Person
Posters
João Paulo Barros Polytechnic Institute of Beja
08:30
2h
Poster
micro-PD: Professional Development by Teachers in a Culturally Relevant Computer Science RPPIn-Person
Posters
Eric Bredder University of Virginia, Courtnee Austin Petersburg City Public Schools, Jennifer Chiu University of Virginia, Shanna Finklin Petersburg City Public Schools, Sarah Lilly University of Virginia, Sheila Mosby Petersburg City Public Schools, Dwayne Ray Cormier Virginia Commonwealth University, Anita Crowder CODE Virginia
08:30
2h
Poster
Towards an Adaptable Curriculum-Driven Block-based Learning EnvironmentIn-Person
Posters
Christina Gardner-McCune Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA, Yerika Jimenez University of Florida, David Magda University of Florida, Abhishek Kulkarni University of Florida, Sharon Chu University of Florida
08:30
2h
Poster
Evaluation of a Progressive Web Application for Gamified Programming LearningIn-Person
Posters
Rytis Maskeliūnas Kaunas University of Technology, Robertas Damaševičius Kaunas University of Technology, Tomas Blažauskas Kaunas University of Technology, Jakub Swacha University of Szczecin
08:30
2h
Poster
Discussing the History of Ideas in a Data Science SeminarIn-Person
Posters
Paul Anderson California Polytechnic State University, Kelly Bodwin California Polytechnic State University, Alex Dekhtyar Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, Hunter Glanz California Polytechnic State University, Foaad Khosmood California Polytechnic State University, Lubomir Stanchev California Polytechnic State University, Dennis Sun California Polytechnic State University, Jonathan Ventura California Polytechnic State University
08:30
2h
Poster
Using a narrative-based gamified teaching approach to improve international students’ sense of belongingIn-Person
Posters
Chen Cao The University of Sheffield, Laura Sbaffi The University of Sheffield, Xin Zhao The University of Sheffield, Frank Hopfgartner University of Koblenz-Landau
08:30
2h
Poster
Analysis of Student Grades After Switching to POGILIn-Person
Posters
Chris Mayfield James Madison University, Sean Raleigh Westminster College, Helen Hu Westminster College
08:30
2h
Poster
Snowflake: Supporting Programming and ProofsIn-Person
Posters
Oluwatobi Alabi Grinnell College, Peter-Michael Osera Grinnell College, Anh Vu Grinnell College
08:30
2h
Poster
Differences in Intention to Major in Computing Across CS1In-Person
Posters
Giang Bui University of Toronto Mississauga, Bingcheng Wang University of Toronto, Naaz Sibia University of Toronto Mississauga, Angela Zavaleta Bernuy University of Toronto, Andrew Petersen University of Toronto
08:30
2h
Poster
Kahoot Interactive Lessons for AP CS PrinciplesIn-Person
Posters
Evelyn Zayas Rasmussen University
08:30
2h
Poster
Undergraduate Research Program: Analyzing Correlation with Academic Outcomes in Computer Science StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Kamen Redfield University of California, San Diego, Sukham Sidhu University of California, San Diego, Christine Alvarado University of California San Diego
08:30
2h
Poster
Managing an Army of Teaching Assistants: Rethinking the Organizational Structure of a Large Introductory CS CourseIn-Person
Posters
Ildar Akhmetov University of Alberta, Sadaf Ahmed University of Alberta
08:30
2h
Poster
Incremental TypeScript: Future free introductory programming textbookIn-Person
Posters
Sol Boucher Sewickley Academy
08:30
2h
Poster
AAnim: an Animation Engine on Visualizing Algorithms and Data Structures for EducatorsIn-Person
Posters
Zhuozhuo Liu San Francisco State University, Timothy Sun San Francisco State University
08:30
2h
Poster
Rethinking Circle Time: Development of K-2 CT Literacy Integrated CurriculumIn-Person
Posters
Anne Leftwich Indiana University, Tamara Moore Purdue University, Kristina Tank Iowa State University, Jiyoung Kim Indiana University, Barbara Fagundes Purdue University, Lin Chu Indiana University, Zarina Wafula Iowa State University
08:30
2h
Poster
Metacognitive Processes and Program ComprehensionIn-Person
Posters
Sophie Blouin Dalhousie University, Bridget Solomon Dalhousie University, Brent Crane Dalhousie University, David Dempsey Dalhousie University, Angela Siegel Dalhousie University, Eric Poitras Dalhousie University
08:30
2h
Poster
An Exploration of Elementary Students Debugging Behaviors in ScratchIn-Person
Posters
Yerika Jimenez University of Florida, Christina Gardner-McCune Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA
08:30
2h
Poster
Supporting the Integration of Computer Science in Science in Rural Elementary SchoolsIn-Person
Posters
Helen Hu Westminster College, Nicole Reitz-Larsen West High School
08:30
2h
Poster
Promoting AI Education for Rural Middle Grades Students with Digital Game DesignIn-Person
Posters
Jessica Vandenberg North Carolina State University, Wookhee Min North Carolina State University, Veronica Catete North Carolina State University, Danielle Boulden North Carolina State University, Bradford Mott North Carolina State University
08:30
2h
Poster
Computational Thinking and Attitudes Towards Computing: An Emerging Relationship in Elementary StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Santiago Ojeda-Ramirez University of California, Irvine, Miranda Parker San Diego State University, Leiny Garcia University of California, Irvine, Tamara Tate University of California, Irvine, Jillian Rae Villa University of California, Irvine, Mark Warschauer University of California, Irvine
08:30
2h
Poster
Exploring the challenges of AI experts to inform AI curriculumIn-Person
Posters
Sanjana Gautam Pennsylvania State University, Mahir Akgun Pennsylvania State University, Prasenjit Mitra Pennsylvania State University
08:30
2h
Poster
Using Resource Theory to Understand How Students Think About IndexingIn-Person
Posters
Thomas Finzell Michigan State University, Marcos Caballero Michigan State University, Devin Silvia Department of Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering; Michigan State University
09:45 - 12:30
Exhibit Hall OpenLogistics / Demos / Keynotes at Exhibit Hall G
09:45 - 10:30
Online Posters 2Posters at Online Posters
Chair(s): Meghan Allen University of British Columbia, Jennifer Campbell University of Toronto
09:45
45m
Poster
Using Student and Teacher Feedback to Modify CS CurriculumOnline
Posters
09:45
45m
Poster
Teaching an undergraduate 5G technology & security course and its outcomesOnline
Posters
Veena Ravishankar University of Mary Washington, Andrew M. Marshall University of Mary Washington
09:45
45m
Poster
Teaching Graph Algorithms using Tower of Hanoi and its VariantsOnline
Posters
Xi Chen Utah Valley University, Jingsai Liang Westminster College
09:45
45m
Poster
Authentic Learning on Machine Learning for CybersecurityOnline
Posters
Dan Lo Kennesaw State University, Hossain Shahriar Kennesaw State University, Kai Qian Kennesaw State University
09:45
45m
Poster
"I Dance Too": Girls Identity Reflections with a Social RobotOnline
Posters
Zhen Wu Computer Science Department, University of Pittsburgh, Amanda Buddemeyer Learning Research & Development Center and School of Computing and Information, University of Pittsburgh, Erin Walker University of Pittsburgh, Angela Stewart Computer Science Department, University of Pittsburgh
09:45
45m
Poster
Design Factors of Maestro: A Serious Game for Robust AI EducationOnline
Posters
Margarita Geleta University of California, Irvine, Jiacen Xu University of California, Irvine, Manikanta Loya University of California, Irvine, Junlin Wang University of California, Irvine, Sameer Singh University of California, Irvine, Zhou Li University of California, Irvine, Sergio Gago-Masague University of California, Irvine
09:45
45m
Poster
Designing Computational Action Program to Tackle Global ChallengesOnline
Posters
Xiaoxue Du MIT Media Lab, Robert Parks Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Selim Tezel Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Jeff Freilich Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Nicole Pang Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Hal Abelson Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cynthia Breazeal Massachusetts Institute of Technology
09:45
45m
Poster
Using Knot Mosaics to Introduce Undergraduates to SATOnline
Posters
Hannah Miller Rochester Institute of Technology
09:45
45m
Poster
Implementing Culturally Responsive Coding Projects with Indigenous CommunitiesOnline
Posters
Kathryn M. Rich American Institutes for Research, Jill Bowdon American Institutes for Research, Marissa Spang American Institutes for Research
09:45
45m
Poster
Designing Integrated Math + CT activities to Promote Sensemaking about Place Value in Grades K-2Online
Posters
Mai Dahshan University of North Florida, Terrie Galanti University of North Florida
09:45
45m
Poster
“Discover AI in Daily Life”: An AI Literacy Lesson for Middle School StudentsOnline
Posters
Allison Woodruff Google, Annica Voneche Google, Kelly Thunstrom Synergis, Reena Jana Google, Rebecca Hardy Google, Derek Aoki Bullis Charter School, Patrick Gage Kelley Google
09:45
45m
Poster
Collaborative and Active Learning with Portable Online Hands-on Labware for Blockchain DevelopmentOnline
Posters
Yong Shi Kennesaw State University, Hossain Shahriar Kennesaw State University, Dan Lo Kennesaw State University, Kai Qian Kennesaw State University, Hongmei Chi Florida A&M University
09:45
45m
Poster
Interpreting Traces: Studying Misconceptions of Control Flow StatementsOnline
Posters
Evgeny Fomichev Volgograd State Technical University, Elena Berisheva Volgograd State Technical University, Alexander Dvoryankin Volgograd State Technical University, Oleg Sychev Volgograd State Technical University
09:45
45m
Poster
How Youth Connect Sports with TechnologyOnline
Posters
Adia Wallace Northwestern University, Ashley Quiterio Northwestern University, Vishesh Kumar Northwestern University, Marcelo Worsley Northwestern University

Accepted Submissions

Title
AAnim: an Animation Engine on Visualizing Algorithms and Data Structures for EducatorsIn-Person
Posters
A Case Study in Opportunities for Adaptive Experiments to Enable Continuous Improvement That Trades-off Instructor and Researcher IncentivesIn-Person
Posters
Acknowledging Inequities in Tech through a Community-Engaged Learning courseIn-Person
Posters
A Community of Practice for Elementary Teachers Promoting Inclusion of Students with Disabilities in CS InstructionOnline
Posters
Adapting Between Parsons Problems and Coding TasksIn-Person
Posters
Adding Diversity, Humanity, and Motivation to Programming Assignments with Easy-to-Create Cameo Appearance Videos In-Person
Posters
A Formative Assessment Literacy Module for K-12 Computer Science Teachers: Need, Design, and Teacher FeedbackIn-Person
Posters
A Framework for Declarative AutogradersIn-Person
Posters
A Hands-on Digital Forensic Lab to Investigate Morris Worm AttackOnline
Posters
A Holistic Curriculum towards Teaching Smart Home SecurityIn-Person
Posters
Analysis of Student Grades After Switching to POGILIn-Person
Posters
Analyzing Readability of Academic Paper Abstracts for ESL Learners across Various Computer Science SubfieldsOnline
Posters
An Exploration into Adaptive Teaching of Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Undergraduate StudentsIn-Person
Posters
An Exploration of a Professional Development Initiative for Teachers of Color In-Person
Posters
An Exploration of Elementary Students Debugging Behaviors in ScratchIn-Person
Posters
An Integrated Approach to Data Science Foundations in Computing, Mathematics and StatisticsIn-Person
Posters
Applying Software Engineering Anti-patterns to Programming Error MessagesIn-Person
Posters
A Toolkit for Assessments in Introductory Programming CoursesIn-Person
Posters
Audio Description Project to Support Visually Impaired to Perceive Architectural Heritage as Case Study for StudentsOnline
Posters
Authentic Learning on Machine Learning for CybersecurityOnline
Posters
Automated Structural Evaluation of Block-based Coding AssignmentsIn-Person
Posters
A Worked Example Model for Teaching Dynamic ProgrammingIn-Person
Posters
Bachelor’s Degree Inclusion for Women of Color: Effectiveness Scores in the UK and USIn-Person
Posters
Booklet-Based Design Fiction to Support AI LiteracyIn-Person
Posters
Boosting Conceptual Thinking in a Programming Course - an Ontology-Based ApproachIn-Person
Posters
Broadening Participation: The Data Science Academy for K-12In-Person
Posters
Cheat Sheet for Teaching Programming with ComicsIn-Person
Posters
Co-aligning User-Centered Design and Software Engineering Courses: A Case StudyIn-Person
Posters
Co-Designing an AI Curriculum with University Researchers and Middle School TeachersIn-Person
Posters
Collaborative and Active Learning with Portable Online Hands-on Labware for Blockchain DevelopmentOnline
Posters
Computational Thinking and Attitudes Towards Computing: An Emerging Relationship in Elementary StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Computational Thinking-Integrated Elementary Science with Culturally Responsive Teaching: A Vignette StudyIn-Person
Posters
Computing Fellows across Disciplines: Preliminary ResultsIn-Person
Posters
Creating a DevOps CourseIn-Person
Posters
Creating CS Advocates with In-Service High School TeachersIn-Person
Posters
Creating Socially Relevant Apps through Virtual Hackathons for High School GirlsIn-Person
Posters
Critical Media Literacy for Sports Technology DesignIn-Person
Posters
Critiquing Computing Artifacts through Programming Satirical Python ScriptsIn-Person
Posters
CSLINC - Development of a National Outreach VLEIn-Person
Posters
Data Science Landscape in Preservice Teacher EducationIn-Person
Posters
Design Factors of Maestro: A Serious Game for Robust AI EducationOnline
Posters
Designing a Visual Cryptography Curriculum for K-12 EducationIn-Person
Posters
Designing Computational Action Program to Tackle Global ChallengesOnline
Posters
Designing Integrated Math + CT activities to Promote Sensemaking about Place Value in Grades K-2Online
Posters
Designing Voice Reflection for StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Detecting Cheating in Online Take-Home Exams with Randomized QuestionsIn-Person
Posters
Developing a Modular and Interactive Blockchain Learning Tool for Undergraduate Computer Science ProgramsIn-Person
Posters
Developing Comic-based Learning Toolkits for Teaching Computing to Elementary School LearnersIn-Person
Posters
Differences in Intention to Major in Computing Across CS1In-Person
Posters
“Discover AI in Daily Life”: An AI Literacy Lesson for Middle School StudentsOnline
Posters
Discussing the History of Ideas in a Data Science SeminarIn-Person
Posters
DoodleIt: A Beginner's Tool for Understanding Image RecognitionIn-Person
Posters
Dynamic Rate Limiting with TA-Bot in CS1In-Person
Posters
Early introduction to computer architecture in K-12In-Person
Posters
Embedding Equitable Design in the CS Computing CurriculaOnline
Posters
Evaluating Solo vs Pair Programming in an Online Setting for Introductory Programming StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Evaluation of a Progressive Web Application for Gamified Programming LearningIn-Person
Posters
Evaluation of the Impact of Modality for Equity ProgramIn-Person
Posters
Exploring Error State in "Time-on-Task" Calculations at ScaleIn-Person
Posters
Exploring Students' Computational Problem-solving Approaches: Two Comparative Case StudiesIn-Person
Posters
Exploring the challenges of AI experts to inform AI curriculumIn-Person
Posters
Exploring The Potential of Chatbots to Provide Mental Well-being Support for Computer Science StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Factors Influencing Academic Integrity ViolationsIn-Person
Posters
Feedback tools and motivation to persist in intro CS theoryOnline
Posters
Finding and Categorizing COVID-19 Papers in CS EducationIn-Person
Posters
Fostering the Capacity of Teacher Leadership in a K-5 RPPIn-Person
Posters
Gender Characteristics and Computational Thinking in ScratchIn-Person
Posters
Graduate Student Needs Assessed, Global Community Built… Now What? In-Person
Posters
Hack The Problem: A Problem-Based Learning Approach for Ethical Hacking and Network Defense CurriculumIn-Person
Posters
High School Computer Gameplay and Social Media Use: Influence on CS Identity and CS Career Interests in CollegeIn-Person
Posters
High School Socioeconomic Neighborhood Status and CS1 PerformanceIn-Person
Posters
How do Computing Students Perceive Social Presence in Synchronous Remote v. In-Person CoursesIn-Person
Posters
(How) Do Linguistic Minorities Differ from Other Novice Programmers?In-Person
Posters
How Youth Connect Sports with TechnologyOnline
Posters
iCAP: A Classroom Engagement Tool for Introductory Programming CoursesIn-Person
Posters
"I Dance Too": Girls Identity Reflections with a Social RobotOnline
Posters
Impact of Group Member Prerequisite Grades on Problem Set and Test GradesIn-Person
Posters
Implementing Culturally Responsive Coding Projects with Indigenous CommunitiesOnline
Posters
Implementing Faded Parsons Problems in a Very Large CS1 CourseIn-Person
Posters
Improving Student Success through Early Industry Mentorship In-Person
Posters
Incorporating the Concept of Bias and Fairness in Cybersecurity Curricular ModuleIn-Person
Posters
Incremental TypeScript: Future free introductory programming textbookIn-Person
Posters
Integrating Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Content in Introductory Computer ScienceIn-Person
Posters
Interpreting Traces: Studying Misconceptions of Control Flow StatementsOnline
Posters
Intro to CS for Educators: A Pre-Curricula PD WorkshopIn-Person
Posters
Investigating the Impact of Subject Lines Length on Students' Email Open RatesIn-Person
Posters
Is Elementary AI Education Possible?In-Person
Posters
Justice-centered programming in computer scienceIn-Person
Posters
Kahoot Interactive Lessons for AP CS PrinciplesIn-Person
Posters
King's Scroll: An Educational Game to Practise Code PredictionIn-Person
Posters
Learning Iteration for Grades 2-3: Puzzles vs. UMC in Code.orgIn-Person
Posters
Lessons and Challenges in Supporting CS Teachers through Local Communities: CS Teacher Leaders’ PerceptionsIn-Person
Posters
Lessons Learned from an Equity-Focused Peer Mentoring Program for High School CS TeachersIn-Person
Posters
Lessons Learned From Teaching Artificial Intelligence to Middle School StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Linking learning fundamental reinforcement learning concepts with being physically activeIn-Person
Posters
Managing an Army of Teaching Assistants: Rethinking the Organizational Structure of a Large Introductory CS CourseIn-Person
Posters
Metacognitive Processes and Program ComprehensionIn-Person
Posters
micro-PD: Professional Development by Teachers in a Culturally Relevant Computer Science RPPIn-Person
Posters
Middle Schoolers' AI Literacy on Conceptual Understanding and Dispositions IntroductionIn-Person
Posters
Motivation and Practices of Teaching Computational Social Science to Undergraduate Political Science StudentsOnline
Posters
Multiple Programming Languages for Improving Computational Thinking in CS1In-Person
Posters
Non-majors Explore Less Well-Known Contributors to ComputingOnline
Posters
Notional Machine in Mathematics and Introductory Computer Science CoursesIn-Person
Posters
Observations on Student Help-Seeking Behaviors in Introductory Computer Science CoursesIn-Person
Posters
Online Visualization of Recursive Python FunctionsOnline
Posters
Pandemic impacts on assessment of undergraduate researchIn-Person
Posters
Partial Credit Grading of DFAs: Automation vs Human GradersIn-Person
Posters
Professional and Capacity Building in K-12 Computer Science Education: A Multi-Faceted ApproachIn-Person
Posters
Programming Languages in Education: 50 Years of Evolution as Evidenced by LiteratureIn-Person
Posters
Project Based Learning : A Study on the Impact of IST&P on the Computer Science Students Learning and EngagementIn-Person
Posters
Project Sustainability through Teacher Autonomy in CT InfusionIn-Person
Posters
Promoting AI Education for Rural Middle Grades Students with Digital Game DesignIn-Person
Posters
QC.py: Quantum Computing Simulation and Visualization SuiteIn-Person
Posters
Quantitative Results from a Study of Professional DispositionsIn-Person
Posters
RAVIC: Runtime Analysis Visualizer for Introductory CoursesIn-Person
Posters
Refining Co-Designed Professional Development to Support Culturally Relevant CS in Elementary ClassroomsIn-Person
Posters
Rethinking Circle Time: Development of K-2 CT Literacy Integrated CurriculumIn-Person
Posters
Run, Llama, Run: A Computational Thinking Game for K-5 Students Designed to Support Equitable AccessIn-Person
Posters
rvcodec.js: an educational converter for RISC-V instructionsIn-Person
Posters
Scaling Up to a Statewide Network for CS Teacher Preparation by Introducing AEA Community of Practice PartnershipsOnline
Posters
Snowflake: Supporting Programming and ProofsIn-Person
Posters
Societal Factors that Impact Retention and Graduation of Underrepresented Computer Science UndergraduatesOnline
Posters
Supporting the Integration of Computer Science in Science in Rural Elementary SchoolsIn-Person
Posters
Supporting Upper Elementary Students in Multidisciplinary Block-Based Narrative ProgrammingIn-Person
Posters
Survey Says: CS Majors are Interested in K-12 Teaching CareersIn-Person
Posters
SynpleTest: Using Program Synthesis as a Teaching AidIn-Person
Posters
Teaching Advanced Algorithms in an Undergraduate CS course: a CGM Case StudyIn-Person
Posters
Teaching an undergraduate 5G technology & security course and its outcomesOnline
Posters
Teaching Database Security in an Undergraduate Database Administration Course Serving Computer Science, Information Technology and Cybersecurity StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Teaching Graph Algorithms using Tower of Hanoi and its VariantsOnline
Posters
The CS POGIL Activity Writing ProgramIn-Person
Posters
The European Commission and AI: Guidelines, Acts and Plans Impacting The Teaching Of AI and Teaching With AIIn-Person
Posters
The Role of Sketching in Facilitating Problem Solving in Introductory ProgrammingIn-Person
Posters
Toward a Multidisciplinary Approach for Game Design and Development PedagogyIn-Person
Posters
Towards an Adaptable Curriculum-Driven Block-based Learning EnvironmentIn-Person
Posters
Towards a Systematic Review of Data Science Programs: Themes, Courses, and EthicsIn-Person
Posters
Towards Building Data Science 2Y: Data Science Curriculum for Two-Year ProgramsIn-Person
Posters
Transitioning into CS Ed: An Inclusive Model for In-Service Teacher Preparation and CertificationOnline
Posters
Undergraduate Research Program: Analyzing Correlation with Academic Outcomes in Computer Science StudentsIn-Person
Posters
Using a narrative-based gamified teaching approach to improve international students’ sense of belongingIn-Person
Posters
Using Knot Mosaics to Introduce Undergraduates to SATOnline
Posters
Using Resource Theory to Understand How Students Think About IndexingIn-Person
Posters
Using Student and Teacher Feedback to Modify CS CurriculumOnline
Posters
Using Transformer Models for Knowledge Graph Construction in Computer Science EducationOnline
Posters
Utilizing Professional Development to Improve Student Career Outcomes in Computer Science and Software EngineeringIn-Person
Posters
Validation of a Secure Programming Concept InventoryOnline
Posters
Virtual Exam Wrappers: A Pilot Study for Online ReplicationIn-Person
Posters
What Skills Do CS Grads Need? Colleges And Employers Disagree.Online
Posters
Why should we be integrating computer science into the elementary curriculum? computer science teachers' perceptions and practicesIn-Person
Posters

Deadlines and Submission

Poster submissions consist of a 1-page extended abstract about the work including a 250-word short abstract, additional content about the work, and references. You will not submit the actual PDF of the poster itself for review.

Poster submissions to the SIGCSE TS 2023 must be made through EasyChair no later than Friday, October 14, 2022. The track chairs reserve the right to desk reject submissions that are incomplete after the deadline has passed.

Important Dates

Due Date Friday, October 14, 2022
Due Time 23:59 AoE (Anywhere on Earth, UTC-12h)
Submission Limits 1 page
Notification to Authors (tentative) Monday, November 14, 2022
Submission Link https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sigcsets2023

IMPORTANT: Note that Poster submissions consist of a 1-page extended abstract about the work including a 250-word short abstract, additional content about the work, and references.

Abstracts

All poster submissions must have a plain-text abstract of up to 250 words. Abstracts should not contain subheadings or citations. The abstract should be submitted in EasyChair along with the submission metadata, and it should be included in the PDF version of the submission at the appropriate location.

Submission Templates

SIGCSE TS 2023 is not participating in the new ACM workflow, template, and production system. All poster submissions must be in English and formatted using the 2-column ACM SIG Conference Proceedings format and US letter size pages (8.5x11 inch or 215.9 x 279.4mm). For a sample submission formatted using this template with optional line numbers, see https://sigcse2023.sigcse.org/getImage/orig/SIGCSE_2023_Poster_Sample.pdf

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At the time of submission all entries should include space for all anonymized author information, an abstract, body content, references, and a placeholder for the copyright block. NOTE: Poster submissions may omit the following sections from the standard ACM template: keywords, CCS Concepts, and ACM Reference Format.

Submissions that do not adhere to page limits or formatting requirements will be desk rejected without review.

Accessibility: SIGCSE TS 2023 authors are strongly encouraged to prepare submissions using these templates in such a manner that the content is widely accessible to potential reviewers, track chairs, and readers. Please see these resources for preparing an accessible submission.

Double Anonymized Review

Authors must submit ONLY an anonymized version of the submission. The goal of the anonymized version is to, as much as possible, provide the author(s) of the submission with an unbiased review. The anonymized version should have ALL mentions of the authors removed (including author’s names and affiliation plus identifying information within the body of the submission such as websites or related publications). However, authors are reminded to leave sufficient space in the submitted manuscripts to accommodate author information either at the beginning or end of the submission. LaTeX/Overleaf users are welcome to use the anonymous option, but are reminded that sufficient room must exist in the submission to include all author blocks when that option is removed. Authors may choose to use placeholder text in the author information block, but we encourage authors to use obviously anonymized placeholders like “Author 1”, “Affiliation 1”, etc.

Self-citations need not be removed if they are worded so that the reviewer doesn’t know if the writer is citing themselves. That is, instead of writing “We reported on our first experiment in 2017 in a previous paper [1]”, the writer might write “In 2017, an initial experiment was done in this area as reported in [1].

Submissions to the poster track are reviewed with the dual-anonymous review process. The reviewers are unaware of the author identities, and reviewers are anonymous to each other and to the authors.

The reviewing process includes a discussion phase after initial reviews have been posted. During this time, the reviewers can examine all reviews and privately discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the work in an anonymous manner through EasyChair. This discussion information can be used by the track chairs in addition to the content of the review in making final acceptance decisions.

The SIGCSE TS 2023 review process does not have a rebuttal period for authors to respond to comments, and all acceptance decisions are final.

ACM Policies

By submitting your article to an ACM Publication, you are hereby acknowledging that you and your co-authors are subject to all ACM Publications Policies, including ACM’s new Publications Policy on Research Involving Human Participants and Subjects (https://www.acm.org/publications/policies/research-involving-human-participants-and-subjects). Alleged violations of this policy or any ACM Publications Policy will be investigated by ACM and may result in a full retraction of your paper, in addition to other potential penalties, as per ACM Publications Policy.

Please ensure that you and your co-authors obtain an ORCID ID (https://orcid.org/register), so you can complete the publishing process for your accepted paper. ACM has been involved in ORCID from the start and we have recently made a commitment to collect ORCID IDs from all of our published authors (https://authors.acm.org/author-resources/orcid-faqs). The collection process has started and will roll out as a requirement throughout 2022. We are committed to improve author discoverability, ensure proper attribution and contribute to ongoing community efforts around name normalization; your ORCID ID will help in these efforts.

What Gets Published?

The 1-page extended abstract for each accepted poster will be published in the SIGCSE TS 2023 proceedings.

Presentation Details

By SIGCSE policy, at least one author of an accepted poster is required to register, attend, and present the work. SIGCSE TS 2023 will allow for authors to present posters either in-person or online, based on the declared modality choice at the time of submission.

Further details about post-acceptance processes and presentation logistics will be provided by the time acceptance decisions are sent out.

Suggestions for poster design are given in Creating Effective Academic Posters [UC Davis] and Research Posters 101 [ACM Crossroads article]. While both of these references provide suggestions for student researchers, the ideas are also applicable to posters for this conference.

For samples of accepted posters, see prior SIGCSE TS proceedings. E.g., https://dl.acm.org/doi/proceedings/10.1145/3478432

Sample Poster

For a sample poster submission correctly formatted using the ACM template see: https://sigcse2023.sigcse.org/getImage/orig/SIGCSE_2023_Poster_Sample.pdf

Language Editing Assistance

ACM has partnered with International Science Editing (ISE) to provide language editing services to ACM authors. ISE offers a comprehensive range of services for authors including standard and premium English language editing, as well as illustration and translation services. Editing services are at author expense and do not guarantee publication of a manuscript.

Review Timeline

Reviewing PhaseStart DateEnd Date
ReviewingSaturday, October 15, 2022Sunday, October 30, 2022
Discussion & Recommendations   Monday, October 31, 2022   Friday, November 4, 2022

Overview

Posters provide an opportunity for an informal presentation featuring “give and take” with conference attendees. Presenting a poster is also a good way in which to discuss and receive feedback on work in progress that has not been fully developed into a paper. Posters should not be previously published, as a paper or a poster.

Poster submissions will be reviewed using the dual-anonymous review process (see below).

Dual-Anonymous Review Process

Authors must submit ONLY an anonymized version of the submission. The goal of the anonymized version is to, as much as possible, provide the author(s) of the submission with an unbiased review. The anonymized version should have ALL mentions of the authors removed (including author’s names and affiliation plus identifying information within the body of the submission such as websites or related publications). However, authors are reminded to leave sufficient space in the submitted manuscripts to accommodate author information either at the beginning or end of the submission. LaTeX/Overleaf users are welcome to use the anonymous option, but are reminded that sufficient room must exist in the submission to include all author blocks when that option is removed. Authors may choose to use placeholder text in the author information block, but we encourage authors to use obviously anonymized placeholders like “Author 1”, “Affiliation 1”, etc.

Self-citations need not be removed if they are worded so that the reviewer doesn’t know if the writer is citing themselves. That is, instead of writing “We reported on our first experiment in 2017 in a previous paper [1]”, the writer might write “In 2017, an initial experiment was done in this area as reported in [1].

Submissions to the Posters track are reviewed with the dual-anonymous review process. The reviewers are unaware of the author identities, and reviewers are anonymous to each other and to the authors.

The reviewing process includes a discussion phase after initial reviews have been posted. During this time, the reviewers can examine all reviews and privately discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the work in an anonymous manner through EasyChair. This discussion information can be used by the track chairs in addition to the content of the review in making final acceptance decisions.

The SIGCSE TS 2023 review process does not have a rebuttal period for authors to respond to comments, and all acceptance decisions are final.

EasyChair Reviewer Profile

When you receive your invitation to review for SIGCSE TS 2023, please take a few moments to update your profile and select 3-5 topics that you are most qualified for reviewing. To do so, select SIGCSE TS 2023 > My topics from the menu.

Please check at most 5 topics! More topics will make it harder for the EasyChair system to make a good set of matches.

Getting Started Reviewing

Before starting your review, you may be asked by the Track Chairs to declare conflicts with any submitting authors. Please do so in a timely manner so we can avoid conflicts during assignment.

As a Reviewer, we ask that you carefully read each submission assigned to you and write a constructive review that concisely summarizes what you believe the submission to be about. When reviewing a submission, consider:

  • the strengths and weaknesses,
  • the contribution to an outstanding SIGCSE TS 2023 program and experience for attendees, and
  • how it brings new ideas or extends current ideas through replication to the field and to practitioners and researchers of computing education.

Poster Review Guidelines

Keep in mind that posters are meant to be a place to present and receive feedback on work that is in progress. Please provide constructive feedback and clearly justify your choice of rating to help the authors. A review that gives a low score with no written comments is not helpful to the authors since it simply tells the authors that they have been unsuccessful, with no indication of how or why. Reviewers will be asked to summarize the work, provide their familiarity with the submission topic, describe the expected audience, identify strengths and weaknesses of the submissions, and provide an overall evaluation. Reviewers may provide confidential comments to the program committee to address concerns about the submission. These comments will not be shared with submitting authors.

While your review text should clearly support your scores and recommendation, please do not include your preference for acceptance or rejection of a submission in the feedback to the authors. Instead, use the provided radio buttons to make a recommendation (the authors will not see this) based on your summary review and provide any details that refer to your recommendation directly in the confidential comments to the APC or track chairs. Remember that as a reviewer, you will only see a small portion of the submissions, so one that you recommend for acceptance may be rejected when considering the other reviewer recommendations and the full set of submissions.

Discussion

The discussion and recommendation period provides the opportunity for the Track Chairs to discuss reviews and feedback so they can provide the best recommendation for acceptance or rejection to the Program Chairs and that the submission is given full consideration in the review process. We ask that Reviewers engage in discussion when prompted by other reviewers or the Track Chairs by using the Comments feature of EasyChair. During this period you will be able to revise your review based on the discussion, but you are not required to do so. The Track Chairs will make a final recommendation to the Program Chairs from your feedback.

Recalcitrant Reviewers

Reviewers who don’t submit reviews, have reviews with limited constructive feedback, or who submit inappropriate reviews will be removed from the reviewer list (as per SIGCSE policy). Recalcitrant reviewers will be informed of their removal from the reviewer list. Reviewers with repeated offenses (two within a three year period) will be removed from SIGCSE reviewing for three years.

Questions? Use the SIGCSE TS Posters contact form.