Yesterday the New York Times published an article on cheating in university computer programming courses. To anyone who has taught a programming course, much of the narrative is probably all too familiar. Nonetheless, it is interesting to see it featured in mainstream media, it is helpful to hear about what is happening at different universities, … More The New York Times on cheating in university programming courses
Head over to Mark Guzdial’s Computing Education Blog for a link to a survey from Google’s computer science education research team. They are collecting information from ‘researchers, educators, and advocates working in the field everyday’ to help them better support the field. The deadline is Sunday, April 23.
Two months ago I wrote about news reporting that Computer Science was to be offered in Irish secondary curriculum by 2019. So I was a bit surprised (but after living in Ireland for the best part of 17 years not entirely surprised) when I read this week that Computer Science is to be offered in Irish … More Party like it’s 2018: Computer Science to be offered in Irish secondary curriculum in 2018, not 2019