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Computer Science Education Summer Institute 2008 Schedule

Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:30 Continential Breakfast, Koshland INSC H208 (Math Lounge)
9:00
to
12:00
Between Reality and the Virtual:
Education in the 21st Century

Paul Grobstein

Professor of Biology
Bryn Mawr College
Scratch
Monisha Pulimood

The College of New Jersey
CS Unplugged
Tom Cortina

Carnegie Mellon University
Media Computation
Dan Falabella

Albright College
  • python.org
  • Teaching with Music
    JD Dougherty

    Haverford College
    12:00
    to
    1:00
    Lunch (Koshland INSC Zubrow Commons) Lunch
    (Gest/Founders)
    1:00
    to
    4:00
    Dora Wong
    Science Library
    Haverford College
    more
    Scratch
    click for demos
    more
    CS Unplugged
    more
    Media Computation
    Concluding Activities
    & Assessment

    All sessions in Koshland INSC H204 unless otherwise indicated.


    The goals of the Institute are to promote reflection and discussion about the role of computing in education, as well as the definitions of computer science as realized in K-12 programs. Participants will engage in a series of presentations and sessions to review current and future trends in the preparation of students to effectively utilize computing and information technology. This year marks the second annual Institute at Haverford, and is based on a successful model originally developed at Bryn Mawr College about science education. All of this work is funded by HHMI.


    Resources Links
  • CSESI blog (extending last year's)
  • CSESI 2007
  • Blackboard
  • Directions to Campus
  • Campus Map
  • Assessments:
  • Pre-workshop survey for CSESI 2008
  • Monday (bio/library)
  • Tuesday (Scratch)
  • Wednesday (CS Unplugged)
  • Thursday (media computation)
  • Friday (teaching with music, conclusions)
  • Links at Bryn Mawr (Serendip)
  • Announcement
  • Application for Participation
  • other HHMI K-12 Summer Institutes on Science Education
  • Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence. [Robert Frost]

    Haverford College Page maintained by John Dougherty.
    Computer Science, Haverford College.