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

Sister sessions allow for computing education-related journals, conferences, and other professional organizations to highlight their work as part of the SIGCSE TS technical sessions subject to space availability. Proposals for sister sessions are considered by the SIGCSE TS Steering Committee.

This year we are pleased to highlight the work of the following as part of the technical symposium’s sister sessions:

  • ACM EngageCSEdu
  • ACM Special Interest Group on Computers & Society (SIGCAS)
  • ACM Transactions on Computing Education
  • The Conference on Research in Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT)

Included Content

Title
AI: Connect Four Agent
Sister Sessions
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AI: Informed Search to Navigate the Subway
Sister Sessions
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Can Computing Be Diversified on “Principles” Alone? Exploring the role of AP Computer Science courses in students’ major and career intentions
Sister Sessions
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Equity and Inclusion through UDL in K-6 Computer Science Education: Perspectives of Teachers and Instructional Coaches
Sister Sessions
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Examining the What, Why, and How of Multilingual Student Identity Development in Computer Science
Sister Sessions
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“Go[ing] hard. . . as a woman of color”: A case study examining identity work within a performative dance and computing learning environment
Sister Sessions
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Interaction Metrics Projects for Human Computer Interaction
Sister Sessions
Link to publication
Investigating K-12 computing education in four African countries (Botswana, Kenya, Nigeria and Uganda)
Sister Sessions
Link to publication DOI
Usability Observations of Everyday Things
Sister Sessions
Link to publication
Using Affect-Aware Computing as a Theme for a User-Centered Design Course
Sister Sessions
Link to publication
Using Citizen Science as a Theme for a User-Centered Design Course
Sister Sessions
Link to publication
Welcome to SIGCAS - The other half of what it means to be a CS Educator.
Sister Sessions
Dates
Plenary

This program is tentative and subject to change.

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Thu 16 Mar

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10:00 - 17:00
10:45 - 12:00
TOCE Papers: Identity and DiversitySister Sessions at 803
Chair(s): Amy Ko University of Washington
10:45
25m
Talk
Can Computing Be Diversified on “Principles” Alone? Exploring the role of AP Computer Science courses in students’ major and career intentions
Sister Sessions
Linda Sax UCLA, Kaitlin Newhouse North Carolina State University, Joanna Goode University of Oregon, USA, Tomoko Nakajima UCLA, Max Skorodinsky University of Oregon, Michelle Sendowski UCLA
Link to publication DOI
11:10
25m
Talk
Examining the What, Why, and How of Multilingual Student Identity Development in Computer Science
Sister Sessions
Sharin Jacob University of California, Irvine, Jonathan Montoya University of California, Irvine, Ha Nguyen University of California, Irvine, Debra Richardson University of California, Irvine, Mark Warschauer University of California, Irvine
Link to publication DOI
11:35
25m
Talk
“Go[ing] hard. . . as a woman of color”: A case study examining identity work within a performative dance and computing learning environment
Sister Sessions
Kayla DesPortes New York University, Kathleen McDermott New York University, Yoav Bergner New York University, William Payne New York University
Link to publication DOI
12:00 - 13:45
Lunch, on your ownLogistics / Demos / Keynotes
12:00
1h45m
Lunch
Lunch
Logistics

12:00 - 13:45
First Timers LunchLogistics / Demos / Keynotes at Exhibit Hall F
12:00
1h45m
Lunch
Lunch
Logistics

12:30
60m
Keynote
2023 SIGCSE Award for Lifetime Service to the Computer Science Education Community Hybrid
Keynotes
Renée McCauley College of Charleston
13:45 - 15:00
EngageCSEduSister Sessions at 803
Chair(s): Michelle Craig University of Toronto, Briana B. Morrison University of Virginia
13:45
13m
Talk
AI: Connect Four Agent
Sister Sessions
Brian O'Neill Western New England University
Link to publication
13:58
12m
Talk
AI: Informed Search to Navigate the Subway
Sister Sessions
Brian O'Neill Western New England University
Link to publication
14:10
15m
Talk
Usability Observations of Everyday Things
Sister Sessions
Michelle Dowling Grand Valley State University, Scott Grissom Grand Valley State University
Link to publication
14:25
10m
Talk
Using Affect-Aware Computing as a Theme for a User-Centered Design Course
Sister Sessions
Annuska Zolyomi University of Washington
Link to publication
14:35
10m
Talk
Using Citizen Science as a Theme for a User-Centered Design Course
Sister Sessions
Annuska Zolyomi University of Washington
Link to publication
14:45
15m
Talk
Interaction Metrics Projects for Human Computer Interaction
Sister Sessions
Isabel Almaguer Iowa State University, Stephen Gilbert Iowa State University
Link to publication

Fri 17 Mar

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10:00 - 17:00
Exhibit Hall OpenLogistics / Demos / Keynotes at Exhibit Hall G
10:45 - 12:00
10:45
75m
Other
Welcome to SIGCAS - The other half of what it means to be a CS Educator.
Sister Sessions
Mikey Goldweber Xavier University, Rick Blumenthal Regis University, Johanna Blumenthal Regis University, Alison Clear EIT, Lisa Kaczmarczyk
12:00 - 13:45
Lunch, on your ownLogistics / Demos / Keynotes
13:45 - 15:00
RESPECT Best PapersSister Sessions at 803
Chair(s): Tiffany Barnes North Carolina State University

Sat 18 Mar

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08:30 - 09:45
TOCE Papers: Teachers and CapacitySister Sessions at 803
Chair(s): Amy Ko University of Washington
08:30
25m
Talk
Equity and Inclusion through UDL in K-6 Computer Science Education: Perspectives of Teachers and Instructional Coaches
Sister Sessions
Maya Israel University of Florida, Brittany Kester University of Florida, Jessica Williams University of Florida, Meg Ray Cornell Tech
Link to publication DOI
08:55
25m
Talk
Investigating K-12 computing education in four African countries (Botswana, Kenya, Nigeria and Uganda)
Sister Sessions
Ethel Tshukudu University of Glasgow, Sue Sentance Raspberry Pi Foundation, Oluwatoyin Adelakun University of Ibadan, Brenda Nyaringita GitLab Inc., Keith Quille TUDublin Ireland, Ziling Zhong Wheaton College
Link to publication DOI
09:45 - 12:30
Exhibit Hall OpenLogistics / Demos / Keynotes at Exhibit Hall G