On Monday, February 27, at 7:00 pm, April O'Neill, Erik Opavsky, Dilan Ustek, and Henry Walker (representing himself and David Cowden) will discuss their work from summer and fall 2012 in developing the robot-based structure and materials to support CSC 161.
Using robots in introductory computer science classes has recently become a
popular method of increasing student interest in computer science. With
faculty member, Henry M. Walker, we developed a new curriculum for CSC 161,
Imperative Problem Solving and Data Structures, based upon Scribbler 2
robots with standard C.
We look forward to your feedback on our presentation because this will be
presented at SIGCSE 2012 on Thursday!
The talk will take place in Science 3821 with cookies provided. Everyone is welcome to attend!