Frontiers in education, October 21-24, 2021. Conference name logo. Illustration.

Detailed program

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Calender program

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Plenum - The Main Hall
Hall B
Hall C
Conference room K1
Conference room K2
Conference room K3
Conference room K4
Conference room K7
Various Locations
Ground floor
13:00
 
 
13:30
 
 
14:00
 
 
14:30
 
 
15:00
 
 
15:30
 
 
16:00
 
 
16:30
 
Registration
Various Locations
13:00-13:45
Pre-Conference Workshop 2
13:45-16:45
Doctoral Symposium
13:45-16:45
Pre-Conference Workshop 3
13:45-16:45
Pre-Conference Workshop 4
13:45-16:45
Pre-Conference Workshop 1
13:45-16:45
Registration
Various Locations
08:00-09:00
Instructional Methods 1
09:00-10:30
Online and Learning Technologies 1
09:00-10:30
Computing and Professional Skills 1
09:00-10:30
Improving Student Thinking
09:00-10:30
Culture of Teaching and Learning
09:00-10:30
Professional Development and Teamwork 3
09:00-10:30
Ethics and Thinking 1
09:00-10:30
Panel 1: Actionable Entrepreneurship Education in a "Teachers’ Community of Practice" across 17 European Research universities
09:00-10:30
Break!
Various Locations
10:30-11:00
Instructional Methods 2
11:00-12:30
Online and Learning Technologies 2
11:00-12:30
Computing and Professional Skills 2
11:00-12:30
Affective Domain
11:00-12:30
K12 STEM Education 1
11:00-12:30
Professional Development and Teamwork 4
11:00-12:30
Ethics and Thinking 2
11:00-12:30
Panel 2
11:00-12:30
Lunch
Ground floor
12:30-13:30
Computing and Professional Skills 3
13:30-15:00
Online and Learning Technologies 3
13:30-15:00
Collaborative and Active Learning 1
13:30-15:00
Innovation and Creativity
13:30-15:00
K12 STEM Education 2
13:30-15:00
Gamification 1
13:30-15:00
Special Session 1
13:30-15:00
Professional Development and Teamwork 1
13:30-15:00
Break
Various Locations
15:00-15:30
Electrical and Computer Engineering 1
15:30-17:00
Online Learning and Teaching 1
15:30-17:00
Data Science & Cybersecurity 1
15:30-17:00
Collaborative and Active Learning 2
15:30-17:00
K12 STEM Education 3
15:30-17:00
Gamification 2
15:30-17:00
Special Session 2
15:30-17:00
Professional Development and Teamwork 2
15:30-17:00
Plenary 1
Plenum - The Main Hall
08:00-09:00
Electrical and Computer Engineering 2
09:00-10:30
Online Learning and Teaching 2
09:00-10:30
Collaborative and Active Learning 3
09:00-10:30
Data Science & Cybersecurity 2
09:00-10:30
K12 STEM Education 4
09:00-10:30
Gamification 3
09:00-10:30
Special Session 3
09:00-10:30
Professional Development and Teamwork 3
09:00-10:30
Break
Various Locations
10:30-11:00
Online Learning and Teaching 3
11:00-12:30
Collaborative and Active Learning 4
11:00-12:30
Competency Development 1
11:00-12:30
First Year 1
11:00-12:30
K12 STEM Education 5
11:00-12:30
Project based learning 1
11:00-12:30
Special Session 4
11:00-12:30
Competency and Applied Learning Theory
11:00-12:30
Lunch
Ground floor
12:30-13:30
Collaborative and Active Learning 5
13:30-15:00
Online Learning and Teaching 4
13:30-15:00
Competency Development 2
13:30-15:00
First Year 2
13:30-15:00
Potpourri 1
13:30-15:00
Project based learning 2
13:30-15:00
Special Session 5
13:30-15:00
Ethics and Thinking 3
13:30-15:00
Break
Various Locations
15:00-15:30
Competency Development 3
15:30-17:00
Collaborative and Active Learning 6
15:30-17:00
Ethics and Thinking 4
15:30-17:00
First Year 3
15:30-17:00
Potpourri 2
15:30-17:00
Project based learning 3
15:30-17:00
Special Session 6
15:30-17:00
Online Learning and Teaching 5
15:30-17:00
Plenary 2
Plenum - The Main Hall
08:00-09:00
Online Learning and Teaching 6
09:00-10:30
Collaborative and Active Learning 7
09:00-10:30
Ethics and Thinking 5
09:00-10:30
Assessment Techniques 1
09:00-10:30
Potpourri 3
09:00-10:30
Project based learning 4
09:00-10:30
Special Session 7
09:00-10:30
Break
Various Locations
10:30-11:00
Online and Learning Technologies 4
11:00-12:30
AI and Machine Learning 1
11:00-12:30
Improving Student Thinking 2
11:00-12:30
Assessment Techniques 2
11:00-12:30
Potpourri 4
11:00-12:30
Instructional Methods 3
11:00-12:30
Special Session 8
11:00-12:30
Ethics and Thinking 6
11:00-12:30
Lunch
Ground floor
12:30-13:30
AI and Machine Learning 2
13:30-15:00
Online and Learning Technologies 5
13:30-15:00
Improving Student Thinking 3
13:30-15:00
Assessment Techniques 3
13:30-15:00
Ethics and Thinking 7
13:30-15:00
Instructional Methods 4
13:30-15:00
Special Session 9
13:30-15:00

Detailed program

 

Saturday 8 October 2022

13:00 – 13:45 Registration, Various Locations
13:45 – 16:45 Pre-Conference Workshop 1, Hall C
13:45 – 16:45 Equity and Inclusion in Peer Reviewing: Grand Challenges for Engineering Education Researchers
Lisa Benson1,Rebecca Bates2,Kristina Edstrom3,Cindy Finelli4,Karin Jensen5,Evan Ko5,Gary Lichtenstein6
1 Clemson University
2 Minnesota State University, Mankato
3 KTH
4 University of Michigan
5 University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
6 Quality Evaluation Designs
13:45 – 16:45 Pre-Conference Workshop 2, Conference room K1
13:45 – 16:45 Level-up: Expand Undergraduate Research Capacity (and Serve Faculty) through Vertically Integrated Projects
Jack Bringardner1,Han-Chieh Chao2,Edward Coyle3,Brigita Dalecka4,Talis Junha4,Stephen Marshall5,Nichole Ramirez6,Neveen Shlayan7,Lelanie Smith8,Julie Sonnenberg-Klein3
1 New York University
2 National Dong Hwa University
3 Georgia Institute of Technology
4 Riga Technical University
5 University of Strathclyde
6 Purdue University
7 The Cooper Union
8 University of Pretoria
13:45 – 16:45 Doctoral Symposium, Conference room K2
13:45 – 16:45 Pre-Conference Workshop 3, Conference room K3
13:45 – 16:45 Workshop Title: Promoting Technology Adoption Among Engineering Faculty
Michelle Jarvie-Eggart1,Alfred Owusu Ansah1,Shari Stockero1
1 Michigan Technological University
13:45 – 16:45 Pre-Conference Workshop 4, Conference room K4
13:45 – 16:45 Workshop: Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis to Study Psychological Experience within Engineering Education
James Huff1,Amy Brooks2
1 Harding University
2 Oregon State University

Sunday 9 October 2022

08:00 – 09:00 Registration, Various Locations
09:00 – 10:30 Panel 1: Actionable Entrepreneurship Education in a “Teachers’ Community of Practice” across 17 European Research universities, Plenum – The Main Hall
09:00 – 10:30 Actionable Entrepreneurship Education in a “Teachers’ Community of Practice” across 17 European Research universities
Lorenzo Angeli1,Jean-Michel Dalle2,Javier Segovia3,Alvaro Piña Stranger4,Maurizio Marchese1
1 Università degli Studi di Trento
2 Sorbonne Université
3 Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
4 Université de Rennes 1
09:00 – 10:30 Professional Development and Teamwork 3, Hall B
09:00 – 09:18 Exploring the “Why” of Micro-credentials and Digital Badges: Engineering Students’ ’Motivations for and Perceived Utility
Gregg Andrea1,Fenton Casey1,John Park1,Dr. Dena Lang1,Meg Handley1
1 Penn State University
09:18 – 09:36 Creating a Sustainable Research Group Supporting the Professional Development of Engineering Education Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Researchers
Denise R. Simmons1
1 University of Florida
09:36 – 09:54 Experiential Learning for Professional Skill Development Across an Engineering Undergraduate Program
Victoria Bill1, 2
1 New York University
2 Ohio State University
09:54 – 10:12 Work-in-Progress: A Faculty Development Response to Integration of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion into the Engineering Curriculum
Sarah Zappe1,Stephanie Cutler1,Thomas Litzinger1,Ivan Esparragoza1
1 Pennsylvania State University
10:12 – 10:30 Micro science and technology fields requiring mathematically trained contributors: Topic modeling using journal paper abstracts
Takashi Ikegawa1
1 Waseda University
09:00 – 10:30 Ethics and Thinking 1, Hall C
09:00 – 09:18 A graduate-level course module to introduce electrical engineering master’s students to their public welfare responsibilities
Teanne H. Davis1,Cynthia J. Finelli1,Erin A. Cech1
1 University of Michigan
09:18 – 09:36 Rethinking assessment in early computing courses
Tony Lowe
09:36 – 09:54 Engineering Ethics Education for Social Justice: Implementation and Preliminary Data
Elliot Douglas1, 2,J. Britt Holbrook3,Florencia Corbo-Ferreira1
1 Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences, University of Florida
2 Department of Engineering Education, University of Florida
3 Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, New Jersey Institute of Technology
09:54 – 10:12 Supporting Shared Responsibility for Integrating Ethics into Science and Technology Education
Mikael Laaksoharju1,Thomas Taro Lennerfors2,Björn Victor1,Maja Elmgren3
1 Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University
2 Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering, Uppsala University
3 Department of Chemistry – Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University
10:12 – 10:30 Remote Work & Satisfaction for Black Engineers and Computer Scientists
Simone Nicholson1,Gabriel Popoola2,Jade Moten1,Morgan Mckie1,Trina Fletcher1
1 Florida International University
2 Full S.T.E.A.M.E Ahead, Inc
09:00 – 10:30 Instructional Methods 1, Conference room K1
09:00 – 09:18 Surviving the Unforeseen — Teaching IT and Engineering Students During COVID-19 Outbreak
Priit Ruberg1,Peeter Ellervee1,Kalle Tammemäe1,Uljana Reinsalu1,Andres Rähni1,Tarmo Robal1
1 Tallinn University of Technology
09:18 – 09:36 Guided process to enhance undergraduate engineering students’ thesis work
Marja Talikka1,Johanna Naukkarinen1,Katriina Mielonen1,Harri Eskelinen1
1 LUT University
09:36 – 09:54 Recursion: Squeezing the infinite into the finite
Rusi Mody1,Anuradha Laxminarayan1, 2,Jayant Kirtane3
1 Persistent Computing Institute,Pune
2 Flame university,Pune
3 ApexPlus Technologies, Hyderabad
09:54 – 10:12 Water Quality: Adaptable Modules for Engaging K-16 Students
Zahra Karimi1,Joni Lakin2,Virginia Davis1
1 Department of Chemical Engineering, Auburn University, Auburn, AL USA
2 Department of Educational Studies, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL USA
10:12 – 10:30 Bringing Agility to the Classroom: Integrating Professional Scrum Trainings to an Undergraduate IT Project Management Course
Michael Neumann1,Lars Baumann1
1 Hochschule Hannover – University of Applied Sciences and Arts
09:00 – 10:30 Online and Learning Technologies 1, Conference room K2
09:00 – 09:18 AI-Generated Virtual Instructors Based on Liked or Admired People Can Improve Motivation and Foster Positive Emotions for Learning
Pat Pataranutaporn1,Joanne Leong1,Valdemar Danry1,Alyssa Lawson2,Pattie Maes1,Misha Sra2
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2 UCSB
09:18 – 09:36 Automated Environment for Individually Optimized Learning Experiences
Jon Wade1,Richard Gessner1,Jace Hargis2
1 University of California, San Diego
2 Wenzhou-Kean University
09:36 – 09:54 Student Perspectives on Remote Hardware Labs and Equitable Access in a Post-Pandemic Era
Florence Marie Atienza1,Rania Hussein1
1 University of Washington
09:54 – 10:12 A Study of the Student Experience in Video Conferences and Virtual Worlds as a Basis for Designing the Online Learning Experience
Nadia Najjar1,Arghavan Ebrahimi1,Mary Lou Maher1
1 University of North Carolina at Charlotte
10:12 – 10:30 iTecDeaf: Technical Glossary in LIBRAS with Dynamic Interface for Deaf
Rafael Granada1,Regina Barwaldt1,Naraína Gentil1,Maicon Douglas Lussanrriaga1,Tiago Otero1
1 Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (FURG)
09:00 – 10:30 Computing and Professional Skills 1, Conference room K3
09:00 – 09:18 Cloud Adoption and Digital Transformation in the Context of Education: A Phenomenological Study
Patrick Wolfschwenger1,Barbara Sabitzer1,Zsolt Lavicza1
1 Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
09:18 – 09:36 How Well Are Pre-Service Teachers Prepared to Impart Digital Skills in Secondary-Level Education?
Roland Ambros1,Dominik Dolezal1,Renate Motschnig1
1 Faculty of Computer Science, University of Vienna, Austria
09:36 – 09:54 Development of a Teaching Plan to support Learning Activities of Exploratory Test Design and Execution
Igor Ernesto Ferreira Costa1,Sandro Ronaldo Bezerra Oliveira1
1 UFPA – Federal University of Pará
09:54 – 10:12 Using flipped classroom to promote active learning and engagement in a Software Testing subject remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic
Isaac Souza Elgrably1,Sandro Ronaldo Bezerra Oliveira1
1 UFPA – Federal University of Pará
09:00 – 10:30 Improving Student Thinking, Conference room K4
09:00 – 09:18 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SPATIAL SKILLS AND SKETCH QUALITY IN SOLVING PROBLEMS IN ENGINEERING MECHANICS
Sheryl Sorby1,Gavin Duffy2,Sylvie Vieau1
1 University of Cincinnati
2 TU-Dublin
09:18 – 09:36 When Does Collaborative Interaction Support Learning of Computational Thinking Among Undergraduate Students
Bushra Chowdhury1,Aditya Johri1, 2,Dennis Kafura1
1 Virginia Teach
2 George Mason University
09:36 – 09:54 Improving Engineering Students’ problem solving skills through Think Aloud exercises
Huihui Qi1,Alex Phan1,He Liu1,Marko Lubarda1,Maziar Ghazinejad1,Xuan Gedney1,Rufu Gong1,Haojin Chen1
1 University of California San Diego
09:54 – 10:12 Student-facing Learning Analytics Dashboard: Profiles of Student Use
Jesse Eickholt1,Jennifer Weible2,Stephanie Teasley3
1 Department of Computer Science, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI, USA
2 Department of Teacher Education and Professional Development, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, MI, USA
3 School of Information, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
10:12 – 10:30 Research-to-Practice for Peer-to-Peer Learning in Engineering Education using Ensemble Methods to Deploy a Lifecycle Design Roadmap
Willie Brown, Jr.1,Ibibia Dabipi1,Dinesh Sharma1,Lei Zhang1,Weiwei Stone1,Lanju Mei1,Alvernon Walker1,Tiara Cornelius1,Jason Cornelius1,Urban Wiggins1,Etahe Johnson1,Lakeisha Harris1,Enrique Jackson2
1 University of Maryland Eastern Shore
2 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration
09:00 – 10:30 Culture of Teaching and Learning, Conference room K7
09:00 – 09:18 Pre-Service Faculty Beliefs on learning and Impact upon idealized teaching practices
Duncan Mullins1,Jessica Swenson1
1 University at Buffalo, SUNY
09:18 – 09:36 Making knowledge accessible: A comparative study of engineering teaching across three countries
Nicole Pitterson1,Alaa Abdalla1,Benjamin Goldschneider1,Jenni Case1
1 Virginia Tech
09:36 – 09:54 Cross-cultural mentorships with Black and Brown US STEM Doctoral Students: Unpacking the Perceptions of International Faculty
Cathy Howell1,Lisa Merriweather1,Edith Gnanadass2
1 University of North Carolina Charlotte
2 University of Memphis
09:54 – 10:12 An Examination of the Personal Technology of Students in STEM Disciplines
Rob Elliott1
1 Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
10:12 – 10:30 Eco-STEM Tools: Changing the Culture of Teaching and Learning in STEM
Corin L. Bowen1,Silvia Heubach1,Jianyu (Jane) Dong1, 2
1 California State University, Los Angeles
2 California State University, Bakersfield
10:30 – 11:00 Break!, Various Locations
11:00 – 12:30 Panel 2, Plenum – The Main Hall
11:00 – 12:30 Knowledge Construction in Engineering Education Research – Assessing the Role of Journals, Books, Conferences, and Other Products of Research
Aditya Johri1,Kristina Edstrom2,Xiangyun Du3,John Mitchell4,Dominik May5
1 George Mason University
2 KTH
3 Aalborg University
4 University College London
5 University of Georgia
11:00 – 12:30 Professional Development and Teamwork 4, Hall B
11:00 – 11:18 Practical Tips and Strategies to Mentor around Hidden Curriculum Pathways in Engineering
Idalis Villanueva Alarcón1
1 University of Florida
11:18 – 11:36 Influencing Student Academic Integrity Choices using Ethics Scenarios
Mats DANIELS1,Anders BERGLUND1,Roger MCDERMOTT2
1 University of Uppsala
2 Robert Gordon University
11:36 – 11:54 Establishing a Rubric to Assess Students’ Empathy Development Using Artifacts from Biomedical Engineering Courses
Stephanie Lunn1,Cristi Bell-Huff1,Joseph Le Doux1
1 Georgia Institute of Technology
11:54 – 12:12 Gender differences in early careers of Finnish engineers
Johanna Naukkarinen1,Susanna Bairoh2
1 Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology LUT
2 Academic Engineers & Architects in Finland TEK
12:12 – 12:30 An Approach to Research Teams Teaching “as you go” for High-Quality Grant Proposals Writing Based on the Experience of ITMO University
Galina Markina1,Alexey Dukhanov1,Anna Lutsenko1
1 ITMO University
11:00 – 12:30 Ethics and Thinking 2, Hall C
11:00 – 11:18 Ethical Practices and Tips for Improving Engineering Faculty-Student Research Relationships
Idalis Villanueva Alarcon1
1 University of Florida
11:18 – 11:36 Scoping Review of Character Development Pedagogies in Engineering Education
Adetoun Yeaman1, Olga Pierrakos1, Jesse Pappas1, Jessica Koehler1,
1 Wake Forest University
11:36 – 11:54 Engineering Ethics Education with Challenge-Based Learning
Gunter Bombaerts1,Martin Diana Adela1,Doulougeri Karolina1
1 TU Eindhoven, the Netherlands
11:54 – 12:12 University Alliances as Learning Networks: Towards Responsible European Engineering Universities?
Lukas Fuchs1,Carlos Cuevas-Garcia2,Gunter Bombaerts1,Patrik Mottl3
1 Eindhoven University of Technology
2 Technical University of Munich
3 Czech University of Technology in Prague
12:12 – 12:30 Investigating Ethics in an Undergraduate Engineering Design Thinking Project: The Stanford EDIPT Framework Approach
Shamita Venkatesh1,Eileen Fong2,Ibrahim H. Yeter3
1 School of Humanities, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2 School of Materials Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
3 National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
11:00 – 12:30 Instructional Methods 2, Conference room K1
11:00 – 11:18 Weaving Internship Experience into an Engineering Education Module
Sophia Austin1,Susan Lord1
1 University of San Diego
11:18 – 11:36 Contemplating Engineering and Science: Creating Compassionate and Empathetic Learning Spaces in Engineering Education
Yevgeniya Zastavker,Madhvi Venkatesh1
1 Vanderbilt University
11:36 – 11:54 Teaching Complex Software Engineering Concepts through Analogies
Pawan Saxena1,Sanjay K. Singh1,Gopal Gupta2
1 Amity Institute of Information Technology, Lucknow, UP, India
2 Computer Science Department, University of Texas at Dallas, Richarson, TX, USA
11:54 – 12:12 Facilitating students’ learning and success in Electromagnetism, reengineering mistakes
Mani Mina1,Wei Shen Theh1,
1 Iowa State University
12:12 – 12:30 Scaffolded Live Coding: A Hybrid Pedagogical Approach for Enhanced Teaching of Coding Skills
Ankur Chattopadhyay1,Drew Ryan2,James Pockrandt2
1 Northern Kentucky University
2 University of Wisconsin – Green Bay
11:00 – 12:30 Online and Learning Technologies 2, Conference room K2
11:00 – 11:18 Student’s Multiple Abilities and Skills Model for Online Judge Systems
Fabiana Zaffalon,André Prisco1,Ricardo Souza1,Wanderson Paes1,Paulo Evald1,Neilor Tonin2,Sam Devincenzi1,Silvia Botelho1
1 Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
2 Universidade Regional Integrada do Alto Uruguai e das Missões
11:18 – 11:36 Key components of effective remote engineering work: Factors learned in school and on the job – Study motivation, design, and preliminary results
Johannes J.L. Lamprecht1,Sheri D. Sheppard1
1 Stanford University
11:36 – 11:54 Piloting Natural Language Generation for Personalized Progress Feedback
Leo Leppänen1,Arto Hellas2,Juho Leinonen2
1 University of Helsinki
2 Aalto University
11:54 – 12:12 Learning Management System Analytics to Examine the Behavior of Students in High Enrollment STEM Courses During the Transition to Online Instruction
Rob Elliott1,Xiao Luo1
1 Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
12:12 – 12:30 RHL-Butterfly: A Scalable IoT-Based Breadboard Prototype for Embedded Systems Laboratories
Matthew Guo1,Rania Hussein1,Pablo Orduña2
1 University of Washington
2 LabsLand
11:00 – 12:30 Computing and Professional Skills 2, Conference room K3
11:00 – 11:18 Technology-Enhanced and Student-Centered Learning as a Method to Foster Students’ ICT Competence and Problem Coping Skills
Dominik Dolezal1, 2,Alexandra Posekany2, 3,Roland Ambros1,Gottfried Koppensteiner2,Renate Motschnig1
1 Faculty of Computer Science, University of Vienna, Austria
2 IT Department, TGM – Vienna Institute of Technology, Austria
3 Institute of Statistics and Mathematical Methods in Economics, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria
11:18 – 11:36 The Development of Students’ Employability Skills on a Work-Based Software Engineering Degree Programme
Matthew Barr1,Syed Waqar Nabi1
1 University of Glasgow
11:36 – 11:54 An Evaluation of the Participants’ Perception of a Gamification to solve Problems of Software Process Improvement in the Educational Context
Elziane Monteiro Soares1,Sandro Ronaldo Bezerra Oliveira1
1 UFPA – Federal University of Pará
11:54 – 12:12 How the First Year of a Work-based Degree in Software Engineering Prepares Students for Industry
Matthew Barr1,Derek Somerville1,Sebastian Dziallas2
1 University of Glasgow
2 Fulbright University Vietnam
12:12 – 12:30 An Analysis of Application the Kahoot! Tool in a Gamified Approach to Face-to-face and Emergency Remote Teaching and Learning of Software Engineering
Vitor de Souza Castro1, 2,Sandro Ronaldo Bezerra Oliveira1
1 UFPA – Federal University of Pará
2 UNIFESSPA – Federal University of Southern and Southeastern Pará
11:00 – 12:30 Affective Domain, Conference room K4
11:00 – 11:18 On Things that Matter in Learning Programming: Towards a Scale for New Programming Students
Hannu Pesonen1,Arto Hellas1
1 Aalto University
11:18 – 11:36 Our community matters: An analysis of the students’ and parents’ emotions in the midst of COVID-19 pandemic
Ana Sosa-Flores1,Luis Acosta-Soto1,Asad Abbas,Claudia Camacho-Zuñiga1,Luis Pego1,Jose Escamilla1,Samira Hosseini1
1 Tecnologico de Monterrey
11:36 – 11:54 How does self-efficacy belief mediate the effects of achievement goals orientation on students’ achievement: A structural equation modeling approach.
Olanrewaju Olaogun1,Taiwo Feyijimi1,Nathaniel Hunsu1
1 University of Georgia, Athens, USA.
11:54 – 12:12 Assessing Happiness in Undergraduate Engineering Students
Kenneth Reid1,George Ricco1,Benjamin Chambers2
1 University of Indianapolis
2 Virginia Tech
12:12 – 12:30 Towards Application of Speech Analysis in Predicting Learners’ Performance
Dinesh Attota1,Nasrin Dehbozorgi1
1 Kennesaw State University
11:00 – 12:30 K12 STEM Education 1, Conference room K7
11:00 – 11:18 The impact of centering art and elements of engineering professional practice into a computing workshop for underserved 9 to 13 years-old students
Azizi Penn1,Anna Baynes1
1 Sacramento Sate University
11:18 – 11:36 Designing from a Novel University Engineering Course as a Model for High School Education
Emma Dodoo1,Carolyn Giroux1,Mark Guzdial1
1 University of Michigan
11:36 – 11:54 Teaching Computational Thinking and Spatial Visualization in K-12 with 3D Weather Visualizations
Mahnas Jean Mohammadi-Aragh1,Yan Sun2,Jamie L. Dyer3,Jonathan G. Harris4,Chase A. Robinson1,Mengni Bai2,Jolie K. Kavanagh3,Kimberly E. Ball2
1 Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mississippi State University
2 Instructional Systems and Workforce Development, Mississippi State University
3 Geosciences, Mississippi State University
4 Northern Gulf Institute, Mississippi State University
11:54 – 12:12 Expanding STEM Participation through Student Designed Escape Rooms
Sandra Nite1,Michele Roberts2,Rachael Jones1,Jihu Lee3
1 Texas A&M University
2 Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis
3 Allen Academy
12:12 – 12:30 Using a Functional Board Game Language to Teach Middle School Programming
Jennifer Parham-Mocello1,Martin Erwig1,Maggie Niess1,Aiden Nelson1,Jason Weber1,Garrett Berliner1
1 Oregon State University
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch, Ground floor
13:30 – 15:00 Professional Development and Teamwork 1, Plenum – The Main Hall
13:30 – 13:48 Adopting a New Practice: Open Source Experiences in the Classroom
Sebastian Dziallas1,Sally Fincher2,Heidi Ellis3,Lori Postner4,Gregory Hislop5
1 Fulbright University Vietnam
2 University of Kent
3 Western New England University
4 Nassau Community College
5 Drexel University
13:48 – 14:06 Engineering Identity, Perceptions of Sociotechnical Education, and Views of Engineering Practice in Undergraduate Students
Min Ha Hwang1,Elizabeth Trueblood1,Stephanie Claussen1
1 San Francisco State University
14:06 – 14:24 Helping newcomers feel “at home”: Reflections on the start of careers in engineering education research and implications for broadening participation
Nicole Pitterson1,Ruth Streveler2,Tameka Clarke Douglas1
1 Virginia Tech
2 Purdue University
14:24 – 14:42 “People like me”: identifying personal attributes of STEM professionals
Carol Davenport1,Melanie Horan1,Bethany Willis1,Annie Padwick1,Rebecca Strachan1
1 Northumbria University
14:42 – 15:00 Exploring Professional Identity Development Research on Displaced Higher Education Students
Margaret Webb1,Marie Paretti1
1 Virginia Tech
13:30 – 15:00 Gamification 1, Hall B
13:30 – 13:48 It’s All Relative: Examining Student Ethical Decision Making in a Narrative Game-Based Ethical Intervention
Daniel Burkey1,Rich Cimino2,Michael Young1,Kevin Dahm3,Scott Streiner4
1 University of Connecticut
2 New Jersey Institute of Technology
3 Rowan University
4 University of Pittsburgh
13:48 – 14:06 Teaching and Learning Cybersecurity Awareness with Gamification in Smaller Universities and Colleges
Richard Matovu1,Joshua Nwokeji1,Terry Holmes1,Tajmilur Rahman1
1 Gannon University
14:06 – 14:24 ZORQ: A Gamification Framework for Computer Science Education
John Hastings1,Sherri Weitl-Harms1,Adam Spanier2,Matthew Rokusek1, 3,Ryan Hensey4
1 University of Nebraska at Kearney
2 University of Nebraska at Omaha
3 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
4 Self-Funded
14:24 – 14:42 A cyber-physical educational game of Petanca. Petan-Camins.
Rolando Chacón1,Carlos Ramonell1,Càrol Puig-Polo1
1 Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. School of Civil Engineering
14:42 – 15:00 Freshmen Orientation Program Using Minecraft: Designed by Students for Students during the Covid-19 Pandemic
S. Supraja1,Sophia Tan1,Fun Siong Lim1,Beng Koon Ng1,Shen Yong Ho1,Andy W. H. Khong1
1 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
13:30 – 15:00 Special Session 1, Hall C
13:30 – 15:00 Breaking down dualisms in our engineering classrooms: how emotions can support engineering problem solving
Robyn Paul1,Johanna Lönngren2,Maria Berge2
1 University of Calgary
2 Umeå University
13:30 – 15:00 Computing and Professional Skills 3, Conference room K1
13:30 – 13:48 Learning professional software development skills by contributing to Open Source projects
Igor Dos Santos Montagner1,Andrew Toshiaki Nakayama Kurauchi1
1 INSPER
13:48 – 14:06 Visual Analysis of Educational Data: a Case Study of Introductory Programming courses at the University of Brasília
Luiza Hansen1,Maristela Holada2,Vinicius R. P. Borges1,Dilma Da Silva1
1 Universidade de Brasília
2 Texas A&M University
14:06 – 14:24 Interdisciplinary Computing Education: An Introductory Programming and Data Science Course for Postdoctoral Researchers in the Biosciences
Arko Barman1,Leslie Beckman2,Yasmin Chebaro2
1 Rice University
2 The University of Texas Health Scienc Center at Houston
14:24 – 14:42 A Multidisciplinary Framework for using emerging Computing Systems in Engineering Education
Joseph Callenes1,Tan Run En1,Aria Pegah1
1 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
14:42 – 15:00 Identifying Effective Re-entry Pathways for Returning Women to Transition into Computing and Tech Education and Workforce
Farzana Rahman1,Elodie Billionniere2,Sinchana Sulugodu Shashidhara1
1 Syracuse University
2 Miami Dade College
13:30 – 15:00 Online and Learning Technologies 3, Conference room K2
13:30 – 13:48 Cloud based environment for higher education in developing countries
Manel Medhioub1,Soumaya Mbarek1,Hamdi Gabsi1
1 ESPRIT School of Engineering
13:48 – 14:06 A Recommender System of Computer Programming Exercises based on Student’s Multiple Abilities and Skills Model
Fabiana Zaffalon,André Prisco1,Ricardo Souza1,Davi Teixeira1,Wanderson Paes1,Paulo Evald1,Neilor Tonin2,Sam Devincenzi1,Silvia Botelho1
1 Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
2 Universidade Regional Integrada do Alto Uruguai e das Missões
14:06 – 14:24 Phronesis: Deliberative Judgement as a Key Competence in the Post-Covid Educational Environment
Roger MCDERMOTT1,Mats DANIELS2
1 Robert Gordon University
2 University of Uppsala
14:24 – 14:42 Distance Learning with Hands-on Exercises: Physical Device vs. Simulator
Mikko Myllymäki1,Ismo Hakala1
1 University of Jyväskylä
14:42 – 15:00 Programming Hints Generation based on Abstract Syntax Tree Retrieval
Han Wan1,Hongzhen Luo1,Zihao Zhong1,Xiaopeng Gao1
1 School of Computer Science and Engineering, Beihang University
13:30 – 15:00 Collaborative and Active Learning 1, Conference room K3
13:30 – 13:48 Development of a classroom activity to promote integration of engineering with other academic disciplines
Olivia Hall1,Deeksha Seth1
1 Villanova University
13:48 – 14:06 Introducing Agility into Research Teams in Academia
Omar Ochoa1,Sarah Reynolds1
1 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
14:06 – 14:24 The Development and Implementation of “Class Community Norms” to Facilitate Learning in a Social Justice-Oriented Classroom
Corin L. Bowen1,Hannah Hudson2,Sophia Jacqueline Austin2,Colton Landaiche2,Austin M. K. Peters2,Mia F. C. Salom2,Basile Morand2
1 California State University, Los Angeles
2 University of San Diego
14:24 – 14:42 Chronicling the Development of a Growth Mindset Community of Practice for Computing Faculty: Lessons Learned and Looking Forward
Sharon Mason,Elissa Weeden1
1 Rochester Institute of Technology
14:42 – 15:00 SCRUM applied to Problem-Based Learning: a model for management of the teaching process.
Sam Devincenzi1,Viviani Kwecko1,Alessandro Bicho1,Fernando Toledo1,Silvia Botelho1
1 Federal University of Rio Grande
13:30 – 15:00 Innovation and Creativity, Conference room K4
13:30 – 13:48 Reimagining faculty, student and community interactions in capstone: A synthesis of liberative pedagogy, citizen engineering and human-centered design
Corey Schimpf1,Jessica Swenson1
1 University at Buffalo, SUNY
13:48 – 14:06 Co-designing an engineering professional practice program with students
Timothy Boye1,Tania Machet1,Ria Narai1
1 University of Technology Sydney
14:06 – 14:24 Reimagining Methodologies: Understanding Student Experiences Through Trauma-Informed and Intersectional Lenses
Yumi Aguilar1,Victoria Siaumau1,Emily Flores1,Jane Lehr1,Lynne Slivovsky1
1 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
14:24 – 14:42 Engineering Design for Community Impact: Investigating Constructive Alignment in an Innovative Service-Learning Course
Siddharth Sunil Kumar1,Matthew James1,Jennifer Case1
1 Virginia Tech
14:42 – 15:00 An Approach to Measure Innovation and Entrepreneurship Fostering of a Curriculum by Using ABET Assessment Data
Asad Azemi1
1 University of Wisconsin-Platteville
13:30 – 15:00 K12 STEM Education 2, Conference room K7
13:30 – 13:48 Elimination before imagination: How children’s early understanding of scientists may limit broader STEM career aspirations
Annie Padwick1,Carol Davenport1,Rebecca Strachan1
1 Northumbria University
13:48 – 14:06 Exploring gender differences in primary school programming
Linda Mannila1,Anna Åkerfeldt2,Susanne Kjällander2,Fredrik Heintz1
1 Linköping University
2 Stockholm University
14:06 – 14:24 Drawing on Augmented Reality to Develop STEM Competencies in Primary Education
Belén Palazón1,Liliana Patricia Santacruz1
1 Rey Juan Carlos University
14:24 – 14:42 Evaluating Student Spatial Skills Learning in a Virtual Reality Programming Environment
Justin Lu1,Lauren Seavey1,Samuel Zuk1,James Dimino1,Fred Martin1
1 University of Massachusetts, Lowell
14:42 – 15:00 CS Pathways: A Culturally Responsive Computer Science Curriculum for Middle School
Garima Jain1,Fred Martin1,Bernardo  Feliciano1,Gillian Bausch2,Barbara Campbell3,Elizabeth Thomas-Cappello2,Lijun Ni2,Hsien-Yuan Hsu1
1 University of Massachusetts Lowell. Lowell, MA
2 University at Albany, State University of New York
3 James S Daley Middle School
15:00 – 15:30 Break, Various Locations
15:30 – 17:00 Professional Development and Teamwork 2, Plenum – The Main Hall
15:30 – 15:48 Professional Skill Opportunities Survey: Development and Factor Analysis
Tiantian Li1,Eric A. Holloway1,Victoria G. Bill2, 3,Kerrie A. Douglas1,Julie P. Martin2
1 Purdue University, School of Engineering Education
2 Ohio State University, Department of Engineering Education
3 New York University, Tandon School of Engineering
15:48 – 16:06 The effectiveness of social media for inclusion of women in computing
Disha Patel1,Monique Ross,Jia Zhu
1 Florida International University
16:06 – 16:24 Considering Aspirations and Impact: Using Storytelling to Encourage Engineering Students to Reframe their Experiences
Stephanie Lunn1,Cristi Bell-Huff1
1 Georgia Institute of Technology
16:24 – 16:42 One size does not fit all: Understanding how faculty implement evidence-based instructional practices in their engineering courses
Amy Brooks1,Shane Brown1,Prateek Shekhar2,Kevin Heath1,Heydi Dominguez2,Jeffrey Knowles1
1 Oregon State University
2 New Jersey Institute of Technology
16:42 – 17:00 On Gender Disparity in Engineering Academia
Fesal Toosy1,Farah Raza1,Maria Zafar1,Ayesha Zaheer1,Christothea Herodotou2
1 University of Central Punjab, Pakistan
2 Open University, UK
15:30 – 17:00 Gamification 2, Hall B
15:30 – 15:48 Building a digital educational game supported by Socially Aware Design
Flávia Haddad1, 2,Luiz Miguel Dias2,Cléber Correa2,Leticia Peres1
1 Universidade Federal do Paraná
2 Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná
15:48 – 16:06 Gamification for Teaching Sustainability to Engineering Students
Ridhima Jain1,Rucha Joshi1,Vishesh Dwivedi1,Senthil Kumar G2,Vikas Badami2
1 Plaksha University, Mohali, Punjab, India
2 MADIEE Games Pvt. Ltd., Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
16:06 – 16:24 Implementation of Game-Based Programming into First-Year Engineering Coursework as a Means to Engage and Excite Students
Kenneth Thiemann1,Brett Hamlin1
1 MIchigan Technological University
16:24 – 16:42 Awarding Bonus Points as a Motivator for Increased Engagement in Course Activities in a Theoretical System Development Course
Jonas Moll1,Shang Gao1
1 CERIS, School of Business, Örebro University, Örebro, Sweden
16:42 – 17:00 LEARN ARP SPOOFING ATTACKS IN A GAME
Jinsheng Xu1,Xiaohong Yuan1,Swathi Nallela1,Kevin Hillard1,Jinghua Zhang2
1 North Carolina A&T State University
2 Winston Salem State University
15:30 – 17:00 Special Session 2, Hall C
15:30 – 17:00 Comparing Global Curricula and local Computing Degree programs using the CC2020 Curriculum Visualization Tool
Alison Clear1,Tony Clear2
1 Eastern Institute of Technology
2 Auckland University of Technology
15:30 – 17:00 Electrical and Computer Engineering 1, Conference room K1
15:30 – 15:48 Main Course or Buffet? Measuring Specialization in Student In-Major Elective Choices
Julia Sonnenberg-Klein1,Elliot Moore1
1 Georgia Institute of Technology
15:48 – 16:06 How much C can students learn in one week? Experiences teaching C in advanced CS courses
RAFAEL CORSI FERRAO1,Igor dos Santos Montagner1,Rodolfo Azevedo2,Ricardo Caceffo2
1 Computer engineering, Insper – Instituto de Pesquisa e Ensino, São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
2 University of Campinas – UNICAMP – Brazil
16:06 – 16:24 Deeply Blended teaching and learning in the Course “Principles of Electric Circuits” based on MOOC
Guiping Zhu,Xinjie Yu1
1 Electrical Engineering Department, Tsinghua University
16:24 – 16:42 Moving towards a Student-Centered Curriculum: Integrating an Extracurricular Autonomous Vehicles Project into the Electrical Engineering Program
Neveen Shlayan1,Michael Giglia1,Daniel Mezhiborsky1,Jonathan Lu1,Giuseppe Quaratino1
1 The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
16:42 – 17:00 Considering Engineering Design in a Broader Context in Lower Division ECE Courses
Bridget Benson1,Trevor Harding1,Gary Perks1
1 California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo
15:30 – 17:00 Online Learning and Teaching 1, Conference room K2
15:30 – 15:48 Implementing Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) in Regular Engineering Coursework
Abhimanyu Ghosh1,Abhishek Verma1
1 University of Wisconsin-Stout
15:48 – 16:06 Learnings from the rapid online transition of a real-world project task-based engineering course
Erik Hultman1,Dana Salar1
1 Department of Electrical Engineering, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
16:06 – 16:24 Analyzing student performance in a first-year engineering core course during a global pandemic versus its pre-pandemic equivalent
Jacques Richard1,Janie Moore1
1 Texas A&M University
16:24 – 16:42 Learning-IoT: Methodological Framework for Remote Robotics Teaching
Wollace de Souza Picanço1,Guido Soprano Machado1,Marenice Melo de Carvalho1,Florindo Antonio de Carvalho Ayres Junior1,Renan Landau Paiva de Medeiros1,Vicente Ferreira de Lucena Jr1
1 Federal University of Amazonas
16:42 – 17:00 Developing an Online Institutional Peer Code Review Platform using Software Engineering Principles
Tamaike Brown1,Bastian Tenbergen1
1 SUNY Oswego
15:30 – 17:00 Data Science & Cybersecurity 1, Conference room K3
15:30 – 15:48 Designing and Developing a Data Science Programme in Bhutan
Phub Namgay1,Pema Wangdi2,Sangay Thinley2
1 Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University, Sweden
2 Department of Mathematical Sciences, Sherubtse College, Royal University of Bhutan
15:48 – 16:06 Promoting Evidence-Based Decision Making Practices to Develop the Entrepreneurial Mindset Enabled by Microsoft Power BI Desktop
Lisa Bosman1,Alejandra Magana,Bhavana Kotla1
1 Purdue University
16:06 – 16:24 “Earlier” Warning Systems: Making the Most out of the First Signs of Student Underperformance
Martin Liz-Dominguez1,Martin Llamas-Nistal1,Manuel Caeiro-Rodriguez1,Fernando Mikic-Fonte1
1 AtlanTTic Research Center, University of Vigo
16:24 – 16:42 Designing a Data Science Course for Non-Computer Science Students: Practical Considerations and Findings
Yllka Velaj1,Dominik Dolezal1,Roland Ambros1,Claudia Plant1, 2,Renate Motschnig1
1 Faculty of Computer Science, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
2 ds:UniVie, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
16:42 – 17:00 Experiential Learning in Data Science Through a Novel Client-facing Consulting Course
Arko Barman1,Su Chen1,Andersen Chang1,Genevera Allen1
1 Rice University
15:30 – 17:00 Collaborative and Active Learning 2, Conference room K4
15:30 – 15:48 Experience vs. Academic Rank: Leadership Growth over Multiple Semesters in Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) Courses
Julie Sonnenberg-Klein1,Edward Coyle1
1 Georgia Institute of Technology
15:48 – 16:06 Interdisciplinary Creative Learning Approach for Undergraduate Engineering Students
DEVINA JAISWAL1,Hillary Bucs1,Madison Jakielaszek1,Leah Mikkelson1
1 Western New England University
16:06 – 16:24 Instituting a Praxis of Change: A Case Study on the Instruction of Engineering Ethics in The APT Program
Hortense Gerardo1,Raymond de Callafon1
1 University of California, San Diego
16:24 – 16:42 Shifting the Power Dynamic – Does Grading by Near-Peer Mentors Impact Their Effectiveness?
Amy J. Hamlin1,Amber Kemppainen1
1 Michigan Technological University
16:42 – 17:00 Creating Engaged and Active Learning Through Collaborative Online Lab Experiences
Selahattin Sayil1,Julia Yoo1,Gleb Tcheslavski1
1 Lamar University
15:30 – 17:00 K12 STEM Education 3, Conference room K7
15:30 – 15:48 Introducing Engineering and Programming Concepts to Middle School and High School Students using SparkFun Inventor Kit, Scratch, and Java
Callan Noak1,Sujing Wang1,Stefan Andrei1,Jennifier Tsan1
1 Lamar University
15:48 – 16:06 Signs of learning in middle school computing education
Susanne Kjällander1,Anna Åkerfeldt2,Linda Mannila3,Fredrik Heintz3
1 Department of Child and Youth Studies, Stockholm University
2 Department of Teaching and Learning, Stockholm University
3 Department of Computer and Information Science, Linköping University
16:06 – 16:24 Rural School Students’ Attitudes and Perceptions toward Engineering Education and Engineering Profession
Ayisha E A1,Akash Vijay2,Parvathy I3,Sarath S4,N. P. Subheesh5
1 Federal Institute of Science and Technology, Ernakulam, Kerala, India
2 St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology, Palai, Kottayam, Kerala, India
3 NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad, Kerala, India
4 IEEE Kerala Section,Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India
5 Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai,Tamil Nadu, India
16:24 – 16:42 Evaluation of an Educational Microcontroller and Workshop from the Perspective of K-12 Teachers
Liljana Puskar1,Ivana Storjak1,Ana Sovic Krzic1
1 University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
16:42 – 17:00 An Internet of Things Introductory Curriculum for Grades 9-12 Computer Science Classes
Pramod Abichandani1,Deepan Lobo1,Prateek Shekhar1
1 New Jersey Institute of Technology

Monday 10 October 2022

08:00 – 09:00 Plenary 1, Plenum – The Main Hall
09:00 – 10:30 Professional Development and Teamwork 3, Plenum – The Main Hall
09:00 – 09:18 Team formation in engineering classrooms using multi-criteria optimization with genetic algorithms
Jutshi Agarwal1,Emily Piatt1,P.K. Imbrie1
1 University of Cincinnati
09:18 – 09:36 Work in Progress: Reviewing engineering education scholarship in a mentored reviewer program: Trends based on geographic region
Lisa Benson1,Kelsey Watts1,Gary Lichtenstein2,Karin Jensen3,Evan Ko3,Rebecca Bates4
1 Clemson University
2 Quality Evaluation Designs
3 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
4 Minnesota State University, Mankato
09:36 – 09:54 Design of learning and team-building processes in remote onboarding
Annika Franken1,Roman Senderek1,Jens Knispel2,Veneta Slavchova2,Viktoria Arling2
1 FIR e. V. at RWTH Aachen University
2 RWTH Aachen University
09:54 – 10:12 Preparing for Engineering Work: Interpersonal Relationships in the School to Work Transition
Marie Paretti1,Daria Kotys-Schwartz2,Julie Ford3,Susannah Howe4,Robin Ott1
1 Virginia Tech
2 University of Colorado – Boulder
3 New Mexico Tech
4 Smith College
10:12 – 10:30 Is an Effective Team an Equitable Team? Protocol for a Scoping Review.
Andrew D. Moffat1,Robin Fowler1,Rebecca L. Matz1,Madison Jeffrey1
1 University of Michigan
09:00 – 10:30 Gamification 3, Hall B
09:00 – 09:18 NetDefense: A Tower Defense Cybersecurity Game for Middle and High School Students
William Toledo1,Sushil Louis2,Shamik Sengupta2
1 College of Education, University of Nevada, Reno
2 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Nevada, Reno
09:18 – 09:36 Enhancing student engagement with personalized gamification and adaptive learning strategies
Gordana Borotić1,Tomislav Jagušt1
1 University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing
09:36 – 09:54 School of Digital Wizards: Exploring the Gamification User Types in Blended IT Courses within Higher Education
Apoorwa Hooda1,Tuula Nousiainen1,Mikko Vesisenaho1,Emilia Ahlström1,Santi Fort2,Laia Subirats2,Sacha G. M.3
1 University of Jyväskylä
2 Eurecat Centre Tecnológic de Catalunya
3 Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
09:54 – 10:12 How Can Game-Based Learning Affect Engineering Students’ Confidence?
Raul Frias Perez1,Sydney Chung1,Yevgeniya Zastavker1,Victoria Bennett2,Tarek Abdoun2,Casper Harteveld3
1 Olin College of Engineering
2 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
3 Northeastern University
10:12 – 10:30 The Use of a Framework to Support Gamification Evaluation in Knowledge Management Teaching in Software Engineering
Rodrigo Henrique Barbosa Monteiro1,Sandro Ronaldo Bezerra Oliveira1,Maurício Ronny de Almeida Souza2,Antonilson da Silva Alcântara1
1 UFPA – Federal University of Pará
2 UFLA – Federal University of Lavras
09:00 – 10:30 Special Session 3, Hall C
09:00 – 10:30 Inhibition to Antiracist Progress: Confronting the intersection of shame and racism in engineering education
Brooke Coley1,James Huff2
1 Arizona State University
2 Harding University
09:00 – 10:30 Electrical and Computer Engineering 2, Conference room K1
09:00 – 09:18 Incorporating Real World Examples in a Random Signal Analysis Course
Chao Wang1
1 Arizona State University
09:18 – 09:36 Establishing Baseline Data on Student Success in Embedded Systems Education
Francis Pellicano1,Maria-Isabel Carnasciali1,Christopher Martinez1
1 University of New Haven
09:36 – 09:54 Research to Practice in Computer Programming Course using Flipped Classroom
Liang Zhang1,Jianwei Niu1
1 School of Computer Science and Engineering, Beihang University, Beijing, China
09:54 – 10:12 The Effects of Educational Robotics on STEM Students’ Engagement and Reflective Thinking
Doniyorbek Ahmadaliev1, 2,Ahmed Hosny Saleh Metwally3, 4,Ahmed Mohamed Fahmy Yousef5,Dilshodbek Shuxratov1
1 Presidential School in Andijan, Agency for Presidential Educational Institutions of the Republic of Uzbekistan
2 Pedagogical Institute of Andizhan State University
3 Smart Learning Institute, Beijing Normal University
4 Faculty of Education, Helwan University
5 Faculty of Specific Education, Fayoum University
10:12 – 10:30 An Effective Systematic Approach to Migrate A Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Degree Program to Online Modality
Yanzhen Qu1,Richard Cai1,Ricardo Unglaub1
1 Colorado Technical University
09:00 – 10:30 Online Learning and Teaching 2, Conference room K2
09:00 – 09:18 Video material for self-study in mathematics and physics courses: from design to evaluation
Teresa Roeger1,Damian Fabbian1, 2,Michael Iro1,Gudrun Weisz1,Gerd Christian Krizek1
1 University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien
2 Universität Wien
09:18 – 09:36 Teaching Modeling, Simulation, and Performance Evaluation Course Online with Jupyter Notebook: Course Development and Lessons Learned
Farag Sallabi1,Sanja Lazarova-Molnar2
1 Computer and Network Engineering Department, College of Information Technology, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, United Arab Emirates.
2 Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Institute, Faculty of Engineering, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark.
09:36 – 09:54 More Than Just Listening: Active Learning in Face-to-Face and Online Multicultural Software Engineering Classes
Simona Vasilache1
1 University of Tsukuba, Japan
09:54 – 10:12 Learning in the Pandemic: How the possibility to play video games during class and attend lessons without getting out of bed affects time on task
Johan Snider1,Daniel Bosk2,Olle Bälter2
1 NTI Gymnasiet
2 KTH
10:12 – 10:30 [Work in Progress] Development of WebXR-based Environment for Engineering Experiments
Yuji TESHIMA1,Akihiro SAKAGUCHI1,Yuto MITSUE1,Nobutomo UEHARA2,Kazuhide SUGIMOTO2
1 National Institute of Technology, Sasebo College
2 National Institute of Technology, KOSEN Japan
09:00 – 10:30 Collaborative and Active Learning 3, Conference room K3
09:00 – 09:18 An effective online learning for complex theoretical content: experience of Community of Inquiry
Ann-Sofie Hellberg1,Jonas Moll1
1 Örebro university
09:18 – 09:36 Collaboration did not ‘help’, and why that might be a good thing
Tony Lowe
09:36 – 09:54 Characterizing students’ subcultures in engineering and their alignment with the adoption of the Freeform pedagogical system
Mohamed Aziz Dridi1, 2,Edward J. Berger1, 2, 3,Jeffrey F. Rhoads2, 3,Jennifer DeBoer1, 2, 3
1 School of Engineering Education, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
2 MEERCat Purdue: The Mechanical Engineering Education Research Center at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
3 School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
09:54 – 10:12 Developing CALI: An Inventory to Capture Collaborative Active Learning and Inclusive Practices in Introductory CS Courses
Celine Latulipe1,Sri Yash Tadimalla2,Mary Lou Maher2,Tonya Frevert2,Marlon Mejias2,Audrey Rorrer2,Jamie Payton3,Andrew Rosen3,Gene Kwatny3,John Fiore3,Leilani Bell3
1 University of Manitoba
2 University of North Carolina Charlotte
3 Temple University
10:12 – 10:30 Learning to Link Micro, Meso, and Macro Ethical Concerns Through Role-Play Discussions
Aditya Johri1,Ashish Hingle1
1 George Mason University
09:00 – 10:30 Data Science & Cybersecurity 2, Conference room K4
09:00 – 09:18 Levereging Apache Guacamole, Linux LXD and Docker Containers to Deliver a Secure Online Lab for a Large Cybersecurity Course.
Ismail Hassan1
1 OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, Norway
09:18 – 09:36 Expanding the cybersecurity pipeline through early exposure in undergraduate programs
Nina Miner1,Maristela Holanda2,Dilma Da Silva1
1 Texas A&M University, Department of Computer Science and Computer Engineering
2 University of Brasilia, Department of Computer Science
09:36 – 09:54 WIP: Collaboration program to disseminate cybersecurity in ECE curriculum
Virgilio Gonzalez1,Oscar Perez2,Rodrigo Romero1
1 The University of Texas at El Paso
2 DEVCOM Analysis Center Cyber Experimentation & Analysis Division (CEAD)
09:54 – 10:12 Cybersecurity Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: A Novel Proactive and Collaborative Learning Paradigm
Jin Wei-Kocsis1,Moein Sabounchi1,Baijian Yang1,Tonglin Zhang1
1 Purdue University
10:12 – 10:30 Educational data mining: Analysis based on an intelligent tutoring system for teaching algebra
Matheus Freitas de Menezes1,José Franciso de Magalhães Netto1,Arcanjo Miguel Mota Lopes1
1 Federal University of Amazonas
09:00 – 10:30 K12 STEM Education 4, Conference room K7
09:00 – 09:18 Collaboration Instead of Competition: Blending Existing Pre-College Engineering Programs for Greater Impact
Medha Dalal1,Adam Carberry1,Petronella James-Okeke2,Steve Efe2,David Rogers3
1 Arizona State University
2 Morgan State University
3 DEKA Research
09:18 – 09:36 High School Students Application of the Engineering Design Process
David Pugalee1,Alisa Wickliff1,Gregory Wickliff1
1 University of North Carolina at Charlotte
09:36 – 09:54 An Experiment-based Approach in the Context of Electrified Aviation to Increase the Interest of K-12 Pupils in STEM
Georg Eichler1,Stefan Kazula1,Lars Enghardt1
1 German Aerospace Center (DLR)
09:54 – 10:12 Understanding Impacts of Soft Robotics Project on Female Students’ Perceptions of Robots
Holly Golecki1
1 University Of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
10:12 – 10:30 An Experiment- and Project-based Learning Approach to Increase Interest of High School Students for STEM and Enhance Soft Skills of STEM Students
Stefan Kazula1,Georg Eichler1,Lorenz Lenk1,Jan Sauereisen1,Lars Enghardt1
1 German Aerospace Center (DLR) – Department of Electrified Aero Engines
10:30 – 11:00 Break, Various Locations
11:00 – 12:30 Competency and Applied Learning Theory, Plenum – The Main Hall
11:00 – 11:18 Piloting the Learning by Development Action Model Pedagogy in UK HEIs
Taina Lintilä1,Mark Zarb2
1 Robert Gordon University / Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences
2 Robert Gordon University
11:18 – 11:36 Qualitative Study of Professional Virtue Development in Engineering
Stephen Frezza1,Marita O’Brien1,Tessa Crider1,Dominique Tedrow1
1 Franciscan University of Steubenville
11:36 – 11:54 Monitoring Students’ Professional Competencies in PBL: A Proposal Founded on Constructive Alignment and Supported by AI Technologies
Davi Maia1,Simone C. dos Santos1
1 Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
11:54 – 12:12 Competence and Virtue in Engineering Education
Dcn Steve Frezza1,Mani Mina2
1 Franciscan University of Steubenville
2 Iowa State University
12:12 – 12:30 Catalog of pedagogical practices, theories and teaching procedures for the elderly: contributions to the development of m-learning guidelines
Camila Dias de Oliveira Sestito1,Maria Lydia Fioravanti1,Lilian Passos Scatalon1,Renata Pontin de Mattos Fortes1,Ellen Francine Barbosa1
1 University of São Paulo (USP)
11:00 – 12:30 Project based learning 1, Hall B
11:00 – 11:18 Educating Reflective Systems Developers at Scale: Towards “productive feedback” in a semi-capstone large-scale software engineering course
Torgeir Dingsøyr1
1 Department of Computer Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
11:18 – 11:36 Using a Mock Conference to Develop Academic Writing and Presentation Skills in Undergraduate Students
Charles Keesee1,Cherish Bauer-Reich1
1 University of Jamestown
11:36 – 11:54 First Year Engineering Design: Course Design, Projects, Challenges, and Outcomes
Hashim Mohamed1,Catherine Tatarniuk2,Brad Harasymchuk2
1 Carleton University
2 Thompson Rivers University
11:54 – 12:12 Driving Innovation through project based learning: A Pre-university STEAM for Social Good initiative
Gayathri Manikutty1,Sreejith Sasidharan1,Bhavani Rao1
1 AMMACHI Labs, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri, India
12:12 – 12:30 An Undergraduate-level, Problem-based Introduction to Orthogonal-Frequency-Division Multiplexing
Pranavi Boyalakuntla1,Mark Goldwater2,Utsav Gupta1,Whitney Lohmeyer1,Siddhartan Govindasamy3
1 Olin College of Engineering
2 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
3 Boston College
11:00 – 12:30 Special Session 4, Hall C
11:00 – 12:30 Laughing engineering students: how to avoid pitfalls of jokes and how humour can have a supporting role in engineering education
Maria Berge1,Johanna Lönngren1
1 Umeå University
11:00 – 12:30 Online Learning and Teaching 3, Conference room K1
11:00 – 11:18 Faculty Perspectives on how to Reimagine International Research for Students in a Virtual World
Katherine Maul1,Kirsten A. Davis1,Nicole P. Sanderlin2,David B. Knight2
1 Purdue University
2 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
11:18 – 11:36 Faculty perspectives on transitioning to exclusively online laboratory classes in electrical and computer engineering
Dominik May1,Beshoy Morkos1,Fred. R. Beyette1,Nathaniel Hunsu1,Andrew Jackson1,Amy E. Ragland1
1 University of Georgia
11:36 – 11:54 Considering the Community of Inquiry Framework in Online Engineering Education
Yihua Zhang1,Christian Stöhr1,Susanne Strömberg Jämsvi2,Jens Kabo1
1 Chalmers, Communication and Learning in Science, Engineering Education Research – EER (Chalmers)
2 University of Borås, Faculty of Librarianship, Information, Education and IT
11:54 – 12:12 Implementing Audience Response System in Structured Mentoring Processes to Increase Learning Motivation
René Schmidt1,Ummay Ubaida Shegupta1,Wolfram Hardt1
1 Chemnitz University of Technology
12:12 – 12:30 A Model of Mediation in Remote Experimentation
Márcia Xavier1,José Netto2,Joethe Carvalho2, 3
1 Amazonas State Departament of Education
2 Federal University of Amazonas
3 Federal Institute of Amazonas
11:00 – 12:30 Collaborative and Active Learning 4, Conference room K2
11:00 – 11:18 An Approach to Use Comic Strips To Support IoT Systems Requirements Engineering
Eduarda Almeida,Leticia Peres1,Alexandre L’Erario2
1 Universidade Federal do Paraná
2 Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná
11:18 – 11:36 Developing computational thinking process in Physics courses, an empirical study for the learning of the rigid body concept in engineering students
Erika Cervantes Juárez1,Daniel Sánchez Guzmán1
1 Instituto Politécnico Nacional – UPIIG. Av. Mineral de Valenciana, #200, Fraccionamiento Guanajuato Puerto Interior, Silao de la Victoria, Guanajuato. Zip code 36275
11:36 – 11:54 Effectiveness of Hackathons in Software Engineering Education
Risat Haque1,Mohammad Moshirpour1,Ali Salmani1,Niyousha Raeesinejad1
1 Schulich School of Engineering
11:54 – 12:12 Diversity dynamics modeled as a complex system in institutional contexts
Matilde Sánchez-Peña1,Corey Schimpf1,Juan M. Cruz2
1 University at Buffalo
2 Rowan University
12:12 – 12:30 Developing Skills for Industry 4.0: Challenges and Opportunities in Engineering Education
Patricia Caratozzolo1, 2,Vianney Lara-Prieto1, 2,Cecilia Martinez-Leon3,Jorge Rodriguez-Ruiz2,Roberto Ponce-Lopez1, 4,Patricia Vázquez-Villegas1,Jorge Membrillo-Hernández1, 2
1 Institute for the Future of Education. Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico.
2 School of Engineering and Sciences, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico.
3 School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University at Buffalo, U.S.A.
4 School of Government and Public Transformation, Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico.
11:00 – 12:30 Competency Development 1, Conference room K3
11:00 – 11:18 Advancing Computing Education: Assessing CC 2020 Dispositions
David S. Bowers1,Mihaela Sabin2,Rajendra K. Raj3,John Impagliazzo4
1 The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK
2 University of New Hampshire, Manchester, NH, USA
3 Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, USA
4 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, USA
11:18 – 11:36 Enhancing Computing Students’ Learning Experience by Using ePortfolio for Formative Assessment
Hege Annette Olstad1,Birgit Rognebakke Krogstie1,Xiaomeng Su1
1 The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU, Department of Computer Science (IDI),
11:36 – 11:54 Reflective practitioners through design: Perspectives of second-year engineering undergraduate students
Rubaina Khan1,Philip Asare1,Lisa Romkey1,James Slotta1
1 University of Toronto
11:54 – 12:12 Stimulating Research Skills in Undergraduate Computing Students: An Experience Report
Simone Santos1,Anderson César Carvalho1,Gabriel Leite1,Luan Brito1,Aline Gouveia1
1 Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE)
12:12 – 12:30 Domain-specific language to design educational programs with the use of X-matrix approach
Artem Kuzmin1,Alexey Dukhanov1,Semen Kraev1
1 ITMO University
11:00 – 12:30 First Year 1, Conference room K4
11:00 – 11:18 A Framework for Managing the Transition from Second Level to Higher Education in Response to the COVID19 Emergency Restrictions
Frances Sheridan1,Emer Thornbury1,Lisa Murphy1,Cristina Hava Muntean1,Pramod Pathak2,Paul Stynes1
1 National College of Ireland
2 TU Dublin
11:18 – 11:36 Comparing Team Evaluation Software (Team+ and CATME)
Amber Kemppainen1,AJ Hamlin1,Matt Barron1,Mary Raber1
1 Michigan Technological University
11:36 – 11:54 Incorporating Global Learning Perspectives in a Freshman Computing Curriculum
Shamima Mithun1,Nancy Goldfarb1
1 IUPUI
11:54 – 12:12 Understanding First-year Engineering students perceptions of working with real stakeholders on a design project: A PBL approach
Homero Murzi1,Lydia Fielding1,Mark Huerta1,Juan Ortega Alvarez1,Matthew James1,Andrew Katz1,Jacob Grohs1
1 Virginia Tech
12:12 – 12:30 Integrating Introductory Courses for First Year Engineering Students: Systematic Strategy using A Complex Problem
Tengku Zulaikha Malim-Busu1, 2,Aishah Rosli1, 2,Khairiyah Mohd-Yusof1, 2,Jeng Shiun Lim2,Muhamed Yusuf Shahul Hamid2,Nor Alafiza Yunus2
1 Centre for Engineering Education, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 81310 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia
2 School of Chemical & Energy Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 81310 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia
11:00 – 12:30 K12 STEM Education 5, Conference room K7
11:00 – 11:18 Swedish students’ problem-solving perceptions and its implications for teacher training and development
Ernest Ampadu1,Batoul Chechan1
1 KTH- Royal Institute of Technology
11:18 – 11:36 Block and Text Programming in Swedish High Schools: What do students know on their first day?
Johan Snider1,Erik Bokström1,Kasper Davidsson1,Anna Eckerdal2,Robin Kastberg1
1 NTI Gymnasiet
2 Uppsala University
11:36 – 11:54 An Internet of Things Introductory Curriculum for Grades 9-12 Computer Science Classes
Pramod Abichandani1,Deepan Lobo1,Prateek Shekhar1
1 New Jersey Institute of Technology
11:54 – 12:12 Bridging the Gender Gap through Problem-Based Learning in STEM Labs: What can we learn from Biotechnology?
Lykke Brogaard Bertel1,Mette M. Jeppesen1,Lars Bo Henriksen1,Søren Hansen1,Bettina Dahl1
1 Aalborg University
12:12 – 12:30 Towards a collaborative taxonomy of Tools, Languages and Environments in K-12 Computing Education
Agnese Addone1,Vittorio Scarano1,Carmine Spagnuolo1
1 Università degli Studi di Salerno
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch, Ground floor
13:30 – 15:00 Ethics and Thinking 3, Plenum – The Main Hall
13:30 – 13:48 Young women’s interests in different branches of technology: clusters, interrelations, and implications for student recruitment
Johanna Naukkarinen1
1 Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology LUT
13:48 – 14:06 Using Comparative Case Studies to Assesss and Develop Culturally Responsive Ethics Education
Andrea Gammon1,Qin Zhu2,Scott Streiner3,Rocky Clancy4,Ryan Thorpe5
1 TU Delft
2 Virginia Tech
3 University of Pittsburgh
4 Colorado School of Mines
5 Shanghai Jiao Tong University
14:06 – 14:24 Analysis of Academic Databases for Literature Review in the Computer Science Education Field
Aline Santana Oliveira Valente1,Maristela Holanda1,Ari Melo Mariano1,Dilma Da Silva2,Richard Furuta2
1 Universidade de Brasilia
2 Texas A&M University
14:24 – 14:42 Choosing Where to Pursue a PhD: Ideals Sought, and Compromises Made by Traditionally Minoritized Students
Abimelec Mercado Rivera1,Mayra S. Artiles1,Juan Cruz2,Holly M. Matusovich3,Stephanie G. Adams4
1 Arizona State University
2 Rowan University
3 Virginia Tech
4 The University of Texas at Dallas
14:42 – 15:00 Gender Diversity in STEM Graduate Programs at the University of Brasília in Brazil
Maristela Holanda1,Thayanna Klysnney1,Roberta Oliveira1,Juliana Betini Fachini Gomes1,Aleteia Araujo1,Carla Koike1,Carla Castanho1,Dilma Da Silva2
1 University of Brasilia
2 Texas A&M University
13:30 – 15:00 Project based learning 2, Hall B
13:30 – 13:48 Design Decisions Matter: Conveying the Importance of Software Engineering Best Practices through Hybrid PBL
Niyousha Raeesinejad1,Mohammad Moshirpour1,Laleh Behjat1,Yalda Afshar1
1 Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
13:48 – 14:06 Integrating Support Vector Machine Models into the Engineering Lifecycle Design Roadmap Process for Innovative Practices using Project Based Learning
Willie Brown, Jr.1,Ibibia Dabipi1,Dinesh Sharma1,Weiwei Stone1,Lanju Mei1,Lei Zhang1,Alvernon Walker1,Tiara Cornelius1,Jason Cornelius1,Urban Wiggins1,Etahe Johnson1,Lakeisha Harris1,Enrique Jackson2
1 The University of Maryland Eastern Shore
2 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration
14:06 – 14:24 Pilot Study and Survey to Increase Adoption and Sustained Utilization of Simulations Using Role-Play Course Content
Allen White1
1 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
14:24 – 14:42 A Study of Effectiveness and Problem Solving on Security Concepts with Model-Eliciting Activities
Jeong Yang1,Young Rae Kim,Brandon Earwood
1 Texas A&M University-San Antonio
14:42 – 15:00 Collaborative Project-Based Training and Learning Through Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research
Amar Khoukhi1
1 Vaughn College of Aeronautics & Engineering, NYC
13:30 – 15:00 Special Session 5, Hall C
13:30 – 15:00 Will the change last? That’s the question.
Yen-Lin Han1,Kathleen Cook1,Jennifer Turns2
1 SEATTLE UNIVERSITY
2 University of Washington
13:30 – 15:00 Collaborative and Active Learning 5, Conference room K1
13:30 – 13:48 It’s Okay Because I Worked Really Hard! – Student Justifications for Questionable Collaboration while Solving Computer Labs
Camilla Björn1,Pontus Haglund2,Katharina Munz3,Filip Strömbäck2
1 KTH Royal Institute of Technology
2 Linköping University
3 University of Konstanz
13:48 – 14:06 Validating an Observation Protocol for Structured Roles in Cooperative Learning
Morgan M. Fong1,Liia Butler1,Hongxuan Chen1,Geoffrey L. Herman1
1 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
14:06 – 14:24 A Quasi-Experimental Study on the Impact of Collaborative Learning on Theoretical Understanding in Electrical Engineering Laboratories
Fun Siong Lim1,Hong Juan Tay1,Rusli Rusli1
1 Nanyang Technological University Singapore
14:24 – 14:42 Transformation-Driving Education: Perspectives Emerging in a Dialogue between Teachers with Experiences from Challenge-Driven Education
Anders Rosén1,Anne-Kathrin Peters1,Mats Daniels2,Mats Danielson3,Jens Hemphälä1,Maria Håkansson1,Gunilla Ölundh Sandström1
1 KTH Royal Institute of Technlogy
2 Uppsala University
3 Stockholm University
14:42 – 15:00 Modeling Student Collaboration Network to Enhance Student Interactions
Hemraj Ojha1,Vijayalakshmi Ramasamy2,Gursimran Walia3,Kiper James4
1 Kathford International College, Tribhuvan University
2 University of Wisconsin – Parkside
3 Augusta University
4 Miami University
13:30 – 15:00 Online Learning and Teaching 4, Conference room K2
13:30 – 13:48 Student motivation in virtual laboratories in bioengineering courses
Dominik May1,Landon Todd Smith1,Cheryl Gomillion1
1 University of Georgia
13:48 – 14:06 Exploring how engineering students respond to challenges while working in global virtual teams
Siddhant Sanjay Joshi1,Kirsten A. Davis1,Amena Shermadou1,Bruno Staszkiewicz Garcia1
1 Purdue University
14:06 – 14:24 Validation of Factors Affecting Learning Experience in Emergency Remote Teaching
Joshua Nwokeji1,Gannon University1,Youdi Dong1
1 Gannon University
14:24 – 14:42 A Case Study Using Augmented Reality for Teaching Organic Compound Reactions
Filadelfo Coelho1,José Netto2,Thais Almeida2, 3
1 Amazonas State Departament of Education
2 Federal University of Amazonas
3 Federal University of Roraima
14:42 – 15:00 CURUMIM: Proposal of an Intelligent Tutor System to Teach Trigonometry
Fabiann Barbosa1,José Francisco Netto1,Milena Chrisley Barbosa2
1 Federal University of Amazonas
2 State University of Amazonas
13:30 – 15:00 Competency Development 2, Conference room K3
13:30 – 13:48 Using the CC2020 Knowledge Table Tool to Globally Benchmark Computing Degrees
Alison Clear1,Tony Clear2
1 Eastern Institute of Technology
2 Auckland University of Technology
13:48 – 14:06 Analyzing and Forecasting Software Engineering Curricula to Adapt to Evolving Technology Needs
James Kiper1,Gursimran Walia2,Simon Sultana3,Brent Auernheimer4
1 Miami University
2 Augusta University
3 Reedley College
4 Fresno State University
14:06 – 14:24 The role of empathic experiences of entrepreneurial engineers within accelerators: phenomenology study
Aleksandr Litvinov1,Anne Gardner1,Sojen Pradhan1,Jeri Childers1
1 University of Technology Sydney
14:24 – 14:42 Defining and Supporting a Debugging Mindset in Computer Engineering Courses
Henry Duwe1,Diane T. Rover1,Phillip H. Jones1,Nicholas D. Fila1,Mani Mina1
1 Iowa State University
14:42 – 15:00 Design and practice of blended courses for improvement of innovation ability
Ziji Ma,Zhikan Shuai1,Yong Li1,Lianhong Wang1,Hua Wang1
1 Hunan Univerisity
13:30 – 15:00 First Year 2, Conference room K4
13:30 – 13:48 Exploring CS Entrants’ Expectations of Friendship in their First Year Studies
Jyoti Bhardwaj1
1 Centre for Computing Education Research, School of Computing, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland
13:48 – 14:06 Read the Debug Manual: A Debugging Manual for CS1 Students
Rita Garcia,Chieh-Ju Liao1,Ariane Pearce1
1 University of Adelaide
14:06 – 14:24 Environmentally Responsible Engineering in a New First-Year Engineering Experience
Jennifer Parham-Mocello1,Madelyn Smith1
1 Oregon State University
14:24 – 14:42 Understanding Student Experience and Motivation in the Context of a New Human-Centered Engineering Program – Insights from the First Cohort
Maria-Isabel Carnasciali1,Avneet Hira2,Jenna Tonn2
1 University of New Haven
2 Boston College
14:42 – 15:00 Exploring Relationships Between Academic Engagement, Application Engagement, and Academic Performance in a First-Year Engineering Course
Saira Anwar1,Ahmed Ashraf Butt2,Muhsin Menekse3
1 Assistant Professor, Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
2 Graduate Research Assistant, School of Engineering Education, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
3 Associate Professor, School of Engineering Education, and Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA
13:30 – 15:00 Potpourri 1, Conference room K7
13:30 – 13:45 ‘Do I Belong Here?’: Understanding Engineering Belongingness and Identity in Academically At-Risk Populations
Kate Doran1,Jessica Swenson1
1 University at Buffalo
13:45 – 14:00 Effects of COVID-19 on Stress and Mental Health of Community College Pre-Engineering Students
Andrew Danowitz1,Kacey Beddoes2
1 California Polytechnic State University
2 San Jose State University
14:00 – 14:15 How ‘Returner’ and ‘Direct-Pathway’ Graduate Students’ Experiences May Lead to Attrition from Doctoral Programs
Shannon O’Brien1,Catherine Berdanier1
1 Pennsylvania State University
14:15 – 14:30 ʻAha: Braiding the Cords of Knowledge for Native Hawaiian Engineering Students
Austin Peters1,Susan Lord1
1 University of San Diego
14:30 – 14:45 Blurred Boundaries: What it means to be an early career faculty member during a pandemic
Yu Xia1,Stephanie Cutler1,Cassandra McCall2
1 Penn State
2 Utah State University
14:45 – 15:00 Innovating Engineering Education at Greenfield Sites: Transferable Insights from Doblin’s Model of Innovation
Fiona Boyle1,Roger Hadgraft2,Euan Lindsay3,Ron Ulseth4
1 Munster Technological University
2 University of Technology Sydney
3 Aalborg University
4 Iron Range Engineering
15:00 – 15:30 Break, Various Locations
15:30 – 17:00 Online Learning and Teaching 5, Plenum – The Main Hall
15:30 – 15:48 Student Perspectives on On-site versus Online Teaching throughout the Covid-19 Pandemic
Björn Thór Jónsson1,Magda Pischetola1,Nanna Inie1,Mats Daniels2,Claus Brabrand1
1 IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark
2 Uppsala University, Sweden
15:48 – 16:06 Self-directed learning in distance education
Sanna Laine1,Ismo Hakala1,Mikko Myllymäki1
1 University of Jyväskylä
16:06 – 16:24 Assessment of Learner Emotions in Online Learning via Educational Process Mining
Dasuni Ganepola1
1 General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, Sri Lanka
16:24 – 16:42 Reducing the Impact of Emergency Remote Teaching Through an Understanding of Personal Digital Ecosystems
Peter Ilic1
1 University of Aizu
16:42 – 17:00 Automatic feedback in the teaching of programming in undergraduate courses: a literature mapping
Wanderson Jean Silva1,Maristela Holanda1,Fernanda Macedo1,Edison Ishikawa1,Vanessa Tavares Nunes1,Dilma Da Silva2
1 Universidade de Brasília
2 Texas A&M University
15:30 – 17:00 Project based learning 3, Hall B
15:30 – 15:48 First-Year Experiences – How the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Model Addresses Grand Challenges and ABET Outcomes
Nichole Ramirez1,Carla Zoltowski1
1 Purdue University
15:48 – 16:06 Learning to program at secondary classrooms: Students’ and Teachers’ perceptions of the pair-programming setting.
Arash Issaee1,Renate Motschnig1,Katrin Göltl1
1 Faculty of Computer Science, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
16:06 – 16:24 Reflections on Agile Software Development: A Conversion Master Case study
Ali Ahmed1
1 Lecture, Program Director of Master of Software Development
16:24 – 16:42 Improving Student Comprehension with Logisim-based RISC Processors
Bobby Birrer1,Carlos Salazar2
1 United States Air Force Academy (USAFA)
2 United States Coast Guard Academy (USCGA)
16:42 – 17:00 A Comprehensive Experiment Approach to Enhancing Computer Engineering Ability
Liang Zhang1,Jianwei Niu1
1 School of Computer Science and Engineering, Beihang University, Beijing, China
15:30 – 17:00 Special Session 6, Hall C
15:30 – 17:00 Who is a Role Model? An Open Discussion on the Role of Role Modeling in Engineering Education
Virginia Grande1,Bedour Alshaigy1,Anne-Kathrin Peters2,Mats Daniels1
1 Uppsala University
2 KTH Royal Institute of Technology
15:30 – 17:00 Competency Development 3, Conference room K1
15:30 – 15:48 Academic Outcomes of International Students in Chemical, Civil, Electrical, Industrial, and Mechanical Engineering in the USA
Susan Lord1,Russell Long2,Richard Layton3,Marisa Orr,Matthew Ohland2,Catherine Brawner4
1 University of San Diego
2 Purdue University
3 Layton Data Displays
4 Research Triangle Education Consult
15:48 – 16:06 Analysis of Student Performance and Social-economic Data in Introductory Computer Science Courses at the University of Brasília
Rodrigo da Fonseca Silveira1,Maristela Holanda1,Guilherme N. Ramos1,Marcio Victorino1,Dilma Da Silva2
1 Universidade de Brasilia
2 Texas A&M University
16:06 – 16:24 Maritime Mathematics Course Renovation in Maritime Training Programs in New Zealand
Ziming Tom Qi1
1 Manukau Institute of Technology
16:24 – 16:42 Benefits and Challenges of a Graduate Course: An Experience Teaching Systematic Literature Review
Anderson Yoshiaki Iwazaki1,Vinicius dos Santos1,Katia Romero Felizardo2,Érica Ferreira de Souza2,Natasha M. C. Valentim3,Elisa Yumi Nakagawa1
1 University of São Paulo
2 Federal University of Technology – Paraná
3 Federal University of Paraná
16:42 – 17:00 A Systematic Literature Review on Predictive Cognitive Skills in Novice Programming
Jucelio S. Santos1,Wilkerson L. Andrade1,João Brunet1,Monilly Ramos Araújo Melo1
1 Federal University of Campina Grande
15:30 – 17:00 Collaborative and Active Learning 6, Conference room K2
15:30 – 15:48 Design and Impact of a Near-Peer Led Computer Science Summer Bridge Program
Jaelyn Dones1,Fred Martin1,Justin Lu1,Foozieh Mir1
1 University of Massachusetts Lowell
15:48 – 16:06 Strategies for Engaging Students in Active Learning in Online Settings
Lea Marlor1,Laura Carroll1,Cynthia Finelli1,Michael Prince2
1 University of Michigan
2 Bucknell University
16:06 – 17:00 Operationalizing team commitment in a Project-based learning environment
Aparajita Jaiswal1,Tugba Karabiyik1,Paul Thomas1,Alejandra J. Magana1
1 Purdue University
15:30 – 17:00 Ethics and Thinking 4, Conference room K3
15:30 – 15:48 Reviewing Constructivist Theories to Help Foster Creativity in Programming Education
Natalie Kiesler1
1 DIPF Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education
15:48 – 16:06 The Role of Community in Promoting Engineering Identity Formation in Historically Marginalized Communities
Joni Lakin1,Virginia Davis1,Edward Davis1
1 Auburn University
16:06 – 16:33 Hidden curriculum: Students’ reflections and observations
Robyn Paul1,Laleh Behjat1,Robert Brennan1
1 University of Calgary
16:33 – 17:00 Work in Progress: Utilizing the MUSIC Instrument to Gauge Progress in First-Year Engineering Students
Susan Amato-Henderson1,Jon Sticklen1
1 Michigan Technological University
15:30 – 17:00 First Year 3, Conference room K4
15:30 – 15:48 Introductory Engineering Courses With Computational Thinking: The Impact of Educational Privilege and Engineering Major Entry Policy on Student Pathways
Noemi V. Mendoza Diaz1,Deborah A. Trytten2,Russ Meier3
1 Texas A&M University
2 University of Oklahoma
3 Milwaukee School of Engineering
15:48 – 16:06 Why Engineering? – Exploring the Link Between Students’ Self-concepts and their Person or Thing Orientation
Tanya Mitropoulos1,Diana Bairaktarova1
1 Virginia Tech
16:06 – 16:24 Modeling Engineering Persistence through Expectancy Value Theory and Machine Learning Techniques
Xiaomei Wang1,Arinan Dourado1,Pamela Bilo Thomas1,Campbell R. Bego1
1 University of Louisville
16:24 – 16:42 Examining Student Responses and Gender Differences to a First-Year Sociotechnical Engineering Course
Felicity Bilow1,Jan DeWaters1
1 Clarkson University
16:42 – 17:00 Work in Progress: Capitalizaing on a Small Dataset to Refine a Mixed Methods Study
Alison Polasik1
1 Campbell University
15:30 – 17:00 Potpourri 2, Conference room K7
15:30 – 15:48 Exploring Students’ Perspectives on the Purpose of Engineering Higher Education in the US
Alaa Abdalla1,Paul Ashwin2,Nicole Pitterson1
1 Virginia Tech
2 Lancaster University
15:48 – 16:06 Teaching Industry 4.0 Related topics during the COVID-19 restrictions – An experience report
Marenice Melo de Carvalho1,Isaias Valente de Bessa1,Guido Soprano Machado1,Wollace de Souza Picanço1,Renan Landau Paiva de Medeiros1,Vicente Ferreira de Lucena Jr1
1 Federal University of Amazonas
16:06 – 16:24 Analysis of Advances in Engineering Education Publications (2007-2020) to Examine Impact and Coverage of Topics
Andrew Katz1,Cory Brozina2,Aditya Johri3,Larry Shuman4
1 Virginia Tech
2 Youngstown State University
3 George Mason University
4 University of Pittsburgh
16:24 – 16:42 Which skills? A critical perspective on the skills facilitating the transfer of third-cycle students to knowledge-intensive SMEs
Fredrik Asplund1,Mats Magnusson1,Martin Törngren1,Tobias Vahlne1,Martin Karlsson2
1 KTH Royal Institute of Technology
2 Northvolt AB
16:42 – 17:00 Improvements of a Hybrid Syllabus Search Tool by Syllabus-related Heuristics
Takayuki Sekiya1,Yoshitatsu Matsuda2,Kazunori Yamaguchi1
1 The University of Tokyo
2 Seikei University

Tuesday 11 October 2022

08:00 – 09:00 Plenary 2, Plenum – The Main Hall
09:00 – 10:30 Project based learning 4, Hall B
09:00 – 09:18 Students’ Feedback About Their Experiences in EPICS Using Natural Language Processing
Isil Anakok1,Johnny Woods1,Mark Huerta1,Jared Schoepf2,Homero Murzi1,Andrew Katz1
1 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
2 Arizona State University
09:18 – 09:36 First Year Engineering Students’ Perceptions of the Role of an Engineer
Amanda Singer1,Margot Vigeant2,Michelle Jarvie-Eggart3
1 The Ohio State University
2 Bucknell University
3 Michigan Technological University
09:36 – 09:54 Design and Evaluation of an Agile Framework for Continuous Education in Software Engineering
Patrick Wolfschwenger1,Barbara Sabitzer1,Zsolt Lavicza1
1 Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
09:54 – 10:12 Application of Outcome-Based Education Framework for the “Design Workshop” Course in Emerging Engineering Education
Sara Grigoryan1,Yike Hu1
1 Department of Landscape Architecture, School of Architecture, Tianjin University, Tianjin 300072, China
10:12 – 10:30 Startup-Driven Software Engineering: Experts’ Validation of a Novel Educational Framework
Orges Cico1,Anh Nguyen Duc2,Letizia Jaccheri1
1 Norwegian University of Science and Technology
2 University of South-East Norway
09:00 – 10:30 Special Session 7, Hall C
09:00 – 10:30 Reflecting on Belonging: Helping Faculty to Reflect on Inclusive Teaching Practices
Stephanie Cutler1,Sarah Zappe1
1 Penn State
09:00 – 10:30 Online Learning and Teaching 6, Conference room K1
09:00 – 09:18 An Exploratory Study of Social Presence in a Collaborative Desktop Virtual Reality (VR) Land Surveying Task
ISAAC DUNMOYE1,Dominik May1,Nathaniel Hunsu1
1 University of Georgia, USA
09:18 – 09:36 How to Help to Ask for Help? Help Request Prompt Structure Influence on Help Request Quantity and Course Retention
Sami Sarsa1,Jesper Pettersson1,Arto Hellas1
1 Aalto University
09:36 – 09:54 Converting Upper-Division Undergraduate Computer Science Courses Online: Challenges, Student Performance, and Student Perceptions
Weiying Zhu1
1 Metropolitan State University of Denver
09:54 – 10:12 Student Perceptions of Online Learning During the Pandemic: A Change in Social Dynamics at a Swedish University
Caroline Uppsäll1, 2,Jennifer Gross2
1 School of Innovation Design and Technology, Mälardalens University, Sweden
2 Department of Information and Technology, Uppsala University, Sweden
10:12 – 10:30 Teaching Engineers to Sketch: Impacts of Feedback from an Intelligent Tutoring Software on Engineers’ Sketching Skill Development
Donna Jaison1,Morgan Weaver2,Samantha Ray 1,Hillary Merzdorf3,Kerrie Douglaa3,Vinayak Krishnamurthy1,Julie Linsey2,Karan Watson1,Tracy Hammond1
1 Texas A&M University
2 Georgia Institute of Technology
3 Purdue University
09:00 – 10:30 Collaborative and Active Learning 7, Conference room K2
09:00 – 09:22 Insper Active Handout: creating and publishing class activity
RAFAEL CORSI FERRAO1
1 Computer engineering, Insper – Instituto de Pesquisa e Ensino, São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
09:22 – 09:44 Lessons Learned Teaching a Summer Bridge Program for Engineering Transfer Students in a Remote Environment
David Parent1,Elisa Parent1, 2,Alexander Shapiro1
1 SJSU
2 UCONN
09:44 – 10:06 Predicting Psychological Safety by Individual and Team-Level Diversity across Engineering Team Project Life Span Using Multilevel Models of Change
Siqing Wei,Matthew Ohland1
1 School of Engineering Education, Purdue University
10:06 – 10:30 Students’ learning process in the computer laboratory
Anna Eckerdal1,Anders Berglund1,Michael Thuné1
1 Uppsala Computing Education Research Group, Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden
09:00 – 10:30 Ethics and Thinking 5, Conference room K3
09:00 – 09:18 Exploring programming didactics in primary school – a gender perspective
Anna Åkerfeldt1,Susanne Kjällander1,Linda Mannila2,Fredrik Heintz2
1 Stockholm univeristy
2 Linköping university
09:18 – 09:36 Workplace Climate: Comparison of Engineering Faculty Perceptions by Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and First in the Family for B.S/PhD Intersections
Julie Aldridge1,So Yoon Yoon2,Monica Cox1,Ebony McGee3,Joyce Main4
1 The Ohio State University
2 University of Cincinnati
3 Vanderbilt University
4 Purdue University
09:36 – 09:54 The Learning Organization: Implementing Diversity Policies in German Universities
Charlotte Frierson1
1 FIR e. V. at RWTH Aachen University
09:54 – 10:12 Ethical Considerations in Biomedical Engineering: Qualitative Student Perspectives from a Large Mid-Western University
Elizabeth A. Sanders1,Dr. Justin L. Hess1,Dr. Sharron Miller2,Dr. Steve Higbee2
1 Purdue Univeristy
2 Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis
10:12 – 10:30 Identifying programming skills impacted in students with cognitive disabilities
Elaine Cristina Juvino de Araújo1, 2,Wilkerson L. Andrade2,Ana Liz S. Oliveira3
1 Federal Institute of Paraiba
2 Federal University of Campina Grande
3 Federal University of Paraíba
09:00 – 10:30 Assessment Techniques 1, Conference room K4
09:00 – 09:18 Adopting Alternative Grading in an Upper-Level Laboratory Course in Bioengineering
Rebecca Reck1
1 University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
09:18 – 09:36 Deep-learning API-feature Specification Tool for Formative Assessment in Workshops
Wassim Mahfouz1,Wuttke Heinz-Dietrich1
1 Faculty of Computer Science and Automation, Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany
09:36 – 09:54 An analysis of the students’ evaluation of professors’ competencies in the light of professors’ gender
Luis Acosta-Soto1,Kingsley Okoye1,Claudia Camacho-Zuñiga1,Jose Escamilla1,Samira Hosseini1
1 Tecnologico de Monterrey
09:54 – 10:12 Enhancement of Plagiarism Detection Techniques via Watermarking
Dylan Ryman1,P.K. Imbrie1,Jeff Kastner1
1 University of Cincinnati
10:12 – 10:30 A Classroom Activity Ontology and Knowledge-Based Assessment Approach
Gina Martinez1,Osama Abuomar1,Jason Perry1,Kasey Kane1
1 Lewis University
09:00 – 10:30 Potpourri 3, Conference room K7
09:00 – 09:22 Exploring the differences and manipulation pathways of introductory aerospace engineering problems through concept mapping
Andrew Olewnik,Scott Ferguson1,Nadeem Sheikh1,Amrith Mariappan2
1 NC State University
2 University at Buffalo
09:22 – 09:44 Comparing Engineering Students’ and Professionals’ Conceptions of Ambiguity
Elliot P. Douglas1, 2,David J. Therriault3,Marah B. Berry1,Jeremy A. M. Waisome2
1 Department of Environmental Engineering Sciences, University of Florida
2 Department of Engineering Education, University of Florida
3 School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education, University of Florida
09:44 – 10:06 Looking beyond the West for the emerging leaders in engineering education reform: A case study of Chinese schools informed by neo-institutional theory
Yi CAO,Xiaofeng Tang1,Jennifer M Case2
1 Tsinghua University
2 Virginia Tech
10:06 – 10:30 A Mapping Review of the Use of Frameworks in Engineering Education Research Grey Literature
Ashish Hingle1,Andrea Goncher2,Aditya Johri1,Jennifer Case3
1 George Mason University
2 University of Florida
3 Virginia Tech
10:30 – 11:00 Break, Various Locations
11:00 – 12:30 Ethics and Thinking 6, Plenum – The Main Hall
11:00 – 11:18 Exploring Ethical Motivation in an Undergraduate Engineering Ethics Course
Athena Lin1,Justin Hess1
1 Purdue University
11:18 – 11:36 Investigating the Integrative Ethical Education Model in the First-Year Engineering Classroom
Brooks M. Leftwich1
1 Purdue University
11:36 – 11:54 Enacting socio-technical responsibility through Challenge Based Learning in an Ethics and Data Analytics course
Diana Adela Martin,Gunter Bombaerts1
1 TU Eindhoven
11:54 – 12:12 Virtual Learning Accessibility Barriers Experienced by Engineering Students with Disabilities in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Rachel Figard,Adam Carberry1
1 Arizona State University
12:12 – 12:30 Investigating the Connection Between Sense of Belonging and Academic Dishonesty
Sean Mackay1,Jessica Swenson1
1 University at Buffalo
11:00 – 12:30 Instructional Methods 3, Hall B
11:00 – 11:18 Using AI-based NiCATS System to Evaluate Student Comprehension in Introductory Computer Programming Courses
Bradley Boswell1,Andrew Sanders1,Andrew Allen1,Gursimran Walia2,Md Shakil Hossain1
1 Georgia Southern University
2 Augusta University
11:18 – 11:36 Designing Adaptive Cybersecurity Hands-on Training
Pavel Seda1,Jan Vykopal1,Pavel Čeleda1,Igor Ignác1
1 Masaryk University
11:36 – 11:54 Faculty Experience with a Novel Remote Testing Protocol for Online Courses
David Parent1,Eveline Bellegarda1,Bhaskar Mantha1,Manizheh Zand1
1 SJSU
11:54 – 12:12 Exploring the Correlation Between Systems Thinking and Soft Skills for Improved Effectiveness of Project Based Learning
Aziz Shekh-Abed1,Nael Barakat2
1 Ruppin Academic Center
2 University of Texas at Tyler
12:12 – 12:30 A Framework for teaching programming in High School through Educational Robotics
Isabelle Souza1,Wilkerson L. Andrade1,Lívia Sampaio Campos1
1 Federal University of Campina Grande
11:00 – 12:30 Special Session 8, Hall C
11:00 – 12:30 The Assessment Dilemma: Examining Our Practices Through the Lens of Equity and Fairness
Kerrie Douglas1,Kelly Cross2,Senay Purzer1
1 Purdue University
2 University of Nevada Reno
11:00 – 12:30 Online and Learning Technologies 4, Conference room K1
11:00 – 11:18 Enhance Software Engineering Education in Africa through a Metaversity
Vuyelwa Ruwodo1,Antti Pinomaa2,Mikko Vesisenaho3,Maria Ntinda1,Erkki Sutinen1
1 University of Turku
2 University in Lappeenranta
3 University of Jyväskylä
11:18 – 11:36 Use of Virtual Reality Technology to Assist Students with Disabilities
Tessa Luzuriaga1, 2,Bridgett Benson1
1 California Polytechnic State University – San Luis Obispo
2 OdinXR
11:36 – 11:54 Challenge-based learning during the pandemic for engineering courses based on competencies
Víctor Robledo-Rella1,Luis Neri1,Rosa, M.G. García-Castelán1,Andrés González-Nucamendi1,Julieta Noguez1
1 Tecnologico de Monterrey, School of Engineering and Science
11:54 – 12:12 Classroom Evaluation of a Gamified Adaptive Tutoring System
Ying Tang1,Ryan Hare1,Sarah Ferguson1
1 Rowan University
12:12 – 12:30 Implementation of the System of Remote Laboratories in the Area of Mechatronics for Learning without Human Supervision
Guido Soprano Machado1,Marenice Melo de Carvalho1,Wollace de Souza Picanço1,Florindo Antonio de Carvalho Ayres Junior1,Renan Landau Paiva de Medeiros1,Vicente Ferreira de Lucena Jr1
1 Federal University of Amazonas
11:00 – 12:30 AI and Machine Learning 1, Conference room K2
11:00 – 11:18 Development and Field-Testing of a Non-intrusive Classroom Attention Tracking System (NiCATS) for Tracking Student Attention in CS Classrooms
Andrew Sanders1,Bradley Boswell1,Gursimran Walia2,Andrew Allen1,Md Shakil Hossain1
1 Georgia Southern University
2 Augusta University
11:18 – 11:36 Undergraduate Research and Education in Quantum Machine Learning
Glen Uehara1,Jean Larson1,Wendy Barnard1,Michael Esposito1,Filippo Posta2,Maxwell Yarter1,Aradhita Sharma1,Niki Kyriacou1,Matthew Dobson1,Andreas Spanias1
1 Arizona State University
2 Estrella Mountain Community College
11:36 – 11:54 Crafting an undergraduate course at the intersection of Machine Learning and Software Engineering
Steve Chenoweth1,Panagiotis K. Linos2
1 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Computer Science and Software Engineering, Terre Haute, IN
2 Butler University, Computer Science and Software Engineering, Indianapolis, IN.
11:54 – 12:12 Designing and implementing an AI education program for learners with diverse backgrounds at scale
Andres F. Salazar-Gomez1,Aikaterini Bagiati1,Nicholas Minicucci1,Kathleen D. Kennedy1,Xiaoxue Du1,Cynthia Breazeal1
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
12:12 – 12:30 Quantifying the Comprehensiveness of an Academic Computing Program’s Continuous Improvement Plan
Abdullah Azzouni1,Jennifer Parham-Mocello1
1 Oregon State University
11:00 – 12:30 Improving Student Thinking 2, Conference room K3
11:00 – 11:18 Development of the Consumption Journey Tool to Improve Awareness and Critical Thinking on Sustainability in Engineering Students
Jaime Mesa-Cogollo1,Laura Ruiz-Pastor2,Ivan Esparragoza3
1 Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
2 Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
3 Penn State University
11:18 – 11:36 Investigating the Transferability of the Productive Beginnings of Engineering Judgment Framework from Interview Data to Group Discourse Data
Chloe Kimberlin1,Jack Perry1,Aaron Johnson1,Jessica Swenson2
1 University of Michigan
2 State University of New York at Buffalo
11:36 – 11:54 Responsible innovation in biomedical engineering: a value sensitive design intervention
Maysam Nezafati1,Sara Schley1,Joseph Le Doux1
1 Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University
11:54 – 12:12 Impact on Second Language Writing via an Intelligent Writing Assistant and Metacognitive Training
John Maurice Gayed1,May Kristine Jonson Carlon1,Jeffrey S. Cross1
1 Tokyo Institute of Technology
11:00 – 12:30 Assessment Techniques 2, Conference room K4
11:00 – 11:18 Impact of decision-making in heat transfer courses on students’ ability to solve authentic problems
Jiamin Zhang1,Soheil Fatehiboroujeni2,Matthew Ford3,Eric Burkholder1
1 Department of Physics, Auburn University, Auburn, AL, USA 36849
2 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA 80523
3 School of Engineering & Technology, University of Washington Tacoma, Tacoma, WA, USA 98402
11:18 – 11:36 Continuous Competency-Based Assessment: Impact of Regular Student Involvement on their Performances and Success
Sébastien Combéfis1, 2,Virginie Van den Schrieck2
1 Institut Technique Supérieur Cardinal Mercier (ITSCM)
2 École Pratique des Hautes Études Commerciales (EPHEC)
11:36 – 11:54 Work In Progress: An Object Assembly Test of Sketching in Undergraduate Engineering
Hillary Merzdorf1,Morgan Weaver2,Donna Jaison3,Kerrie Douglas1,Julie Linsey2,Tracy Hammond3
1 Purdue University
2 Georgia Institute of Technology
3 Texas A&M University
11:54 – 12:12 Design an Assessment for an Introductory Computer Science Course: A Systematic Literature Review
Qingwan Cheng1,Angela Tao1,Huangliang Chen1,Maíra Marques Samary1
1 Boston College
12:12 – 12:30 Evaluating CodeClusters for Effectively Providing Feedback on Code Submissions
Teemu Koivisto1,Arto Hellas1
1 Aalto University
11:00 – 12:30 Potpourri 4, Conference room K7
11:00 – 11:15 WIP: Teaching of emerging technology in construction workforce development programs
Luke Buscemi1,Luciana Debs1,Mark Zimpfer1
1 Purdue University
11:15 – 11:30 How Do Engineering Faculty, Staff, and Administrators Define Engineering Thriving? An Investigation of Key Themes
Julianna Gesun1,Julia Rizzo1
1 University of New Hampshire
11:30 – 11:45 Using Longitudinal Video Reflection Methods to Understand Students’ Experiences Abroad
Anne Wrobetz1,Kirsten A. Davis1,Mayra S. Artiles2,Homero Murzi3
1 Purdue University
2 Arizona State University
3 Virginia Tech
11:45 – 12:00 Co-curricular Engagement of Transfer Students
John Oliver1,Katie Pan1,Lizabeth Thompson1,Jane Lehr1
1 Cal Poly
12:00 – 12:15 WIP: Developing an arts-informed approach to understand students’ perceptions of engineering
Homero Murzi1,Diana Franco Duran2,Jason Forsyth3,Karen Martinez Soto1,Matthew James1,Lisa Schibelius1
1 Virginia Tech
2 University of Virginia
3 James Madison University
12:15 – 12:30 Seeking the simultaneously socially committed, successful, and employable engineering student
Johanna Larsson1, 2,Anders Johansson1
1 Communication and learning in science, Chalmers University of Technology
2 Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch, Ground floor
13:30 – 15:00 Instructional Methods 4, Hall B
13:30 – 13:48 Good Students are Good Students: Student Achievement with Visual versus Textual Programming
Joel Coffman1,Justin Hill1,Shannon Beck1,Adrian de Freitas1,Troy Weingart1
1 United States Air Force Academy
13:48 – 14:06 Spaced retrieval practice in two fundamental engineering courses: Calculus and Physics
Ryan J. Patrick1,Campbell R. Bego1,Raymond J. Chastain1,Patricia A. S. Ralston1,Jason C. Immekus1,Keith B. Lyle2
1 University of Louisville
2 Transfr
14:06 – 14:24 Self-Regulated Learning Instructions in Engineering Education: A Systematic Scoping Review
Ying Wang1,Joyelle Harris1
1 Georgia Institute of Technology
14:24 – 14:42 The Effects of Teaching Modality on Collaborative Learning: A Controlled Study
Sophia Yang1,Yongjoo Park1,Abdussalam Alawini1
1 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
14:42 – 15:00 Perception from the professors’ point of view in the remote teaching of Software Testing using active methodologies during the Covid-19 pandemic
Isaac Souza Elgrably1,Sandro Ronaldo Bezerra Oliveira1
1 UFPA – Federal University of Pará
13:30 – 15:00 Special Session 9, Hall C
14:15 – 15:00 Reflecting on Faculty-Student Interaction and Well-Being in STEM: An Ideas Session
Cortney Holles1
1 Colorado School of Mines
13:30 – 15:00 AI and Machine Learning 2, Conference room K1
13:30 – 13:48 Using the Behavioural Tendency of Students in a Team Environment for Team Formation
Nahia Ugarte1,Asier Aranzabal1,Ana Arruarte1,Mikel Larrañaga
1 University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU
13:48 – 14:06 Measuring Cognitive Loads while Learning Computational Statistics
Roxana Quintero1,Camilo Vieira1,Natalia Hernández1
1 Universidad del Norte
14:06 – 14:24 Minute-Paper Dashboard: Identification of Learner’s Misconceptions Using Topic Modeling on Formative Reflections
Aditya Vadapally1,Nasrin Dehbozorgi1,Dinesh Attota1
1 Kennesaw State University
14:24 – 14:42 Predictive models for early detection of engineering student at risk of a course failure
Andres Gonzalez-Nucamendi1,Julieta Noguez1,Luis Neri1,Víctor Robledo-Rella1,Rosa María Guadalupe García-Castelán1
1 Tecnologico de Monterrey
14:42 – 15:00 Application of a Teaching Plan for Algorithm Subjects with Active Methodologies: a Pilot Case Study Report
Fabrício Wickey da Silva Garcia1, 2,Sandro Ronaldo Bezerra Oliveira1
1 UFPA – Federal University of Pará
2 UFRA – Federal Rural University of the Amazon
13:30 – 15:00 Online and Learning Technologies 5, Conference room K2
13:30 – 13:48 Remote Access Active Experiential Learning with Industrial Instruments
Kevin Kornegay1,Michel Kornegay1,Douglas Baney2
1 Morgan State University
2 Keysight Technologies
13:48 – 14:06 A Python-based lab module to conduct thermodynamic cycle analysis
Alexa Aulicino1,Smitesh Bakrania1
1 Rowan University
14:06 – 14:24 Techniques for detecting and deterring cheating in home exams in programming
Guttorm Sindre1,Børge Haugset1
1 Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
14:24 – 14:42 Development and evaluation of a virtual learning tool to enhance comprehension of energy concepts
Sathyanarayanan Subramanian1,Diana Bairaktarova1,Scott Huxtable1
1 Virginia Tech
14:42 – 15:00 IT Industry Service Management Tools for Managing Large Classes
Timothy Boye1,Eva Cheng1,Wenqian Gan1
1 University of Technology Sydney
13:30 – 15:00 Improving Student Thinking 3, Conference room K3
13:30 – 13:48 Beginning to Develop and Assess Engineering Judgment through Mixed-Reality Game-Based Learning
Victoria Bennett1,Alyssa Richtarek2,Ryan Carkin1,Yevgeniya V. Zastavker3,Casper Harteveld4,Tarek Abdoun1
1 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
2 CDM Smith
3 Olin College
4 Northeastern University
13:48 – 14:06 Student Misconceptions about Loops in Introductory Programming Courses and the Influence of Representations
Dimitri Eckert1,Dion Timmermann1,Christian Kautz1
1 Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)
14:06 – 14:24 Majority or Minority: the Impact of Students’ Identities on their Learning Journeys
Julia Benton1,Meagan Martin1,Vaani Bhatnagar1,Yevgeniya Zastavker1
1 Olin College of Engineering
14:24 – 14:42 Characterizing Student Engineering Problem Engagement Through Process Diagramming
Andrew Olewnik,Bahar Memarian1
1 University at Buffalo
14:42 – 15:00 Self-Regulation of Cognition and Motivation in Problem Solving
Oenardi Lawanto1,Angela Minichiello1,Assad Iqbal1
1 Engineering Education Department
13:30 – 15:00 Assessment Techniques 3, Conference room K4
13:30 – 13:52 Defining Assessment: Foundation Knowledge Toward Exploring Engineering Faculty’s Assessment Mental Models
Kai Jun Chew1,Amanda Ross2,Andrew Katz2,Holly M. Matusovich2
1 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
2 Virginia Tech
13:52 – 14:14 Using Programming Autograder Formative Data to Understand Student Growth
Ruben Acuña1,Ajay Bansal1
1 Arizona State University
14:14 – 14:36 Analytics 2.0 for precision education driven by knowledge map
YING LI1,JinCheng Qiu1,ShiJie Gui1,You Song1,TianQi Liu1, 2
1 Beihang University
2 School of BeiJing
14:36 – 15:00 Investigation of an Outcomes-Driven Assessment model in Programming course
YING LI1,ShiJie Gui1,JinCheng Qiu1,Tianqi Liu1, 2
1 Beihang University
2 School of BeiJing
13:30 – 15:00 Ethics and Thinking 7, Conference room K7
13:30 – 13:52 Broadening participation of biology students in computing: a mixed methods study among bioinformatics students
Thom Kunkeler1,Aletta Nylén1
1 Uppsala University
13:52 – 14:14 Student Perspectives of Aerospace Engineering Macroethics Issues and Education
Andrew Benham1,Raymie Fotherby2,Aaron Johnson3,Corin Bowen4
1 Astroscale Holdings Inc.
2 University of Colorado Boulder
3 University of Michigan
4 California State University, Los Angeles
14:14 – 14:36 Early Detection of Metacognition Disparity Using a Fuzzy-Logic Based Model
Muath Bani Salim1,Aws Al-Shalash1,Ola Al-Shalash1,Ohood Alsmairat1,Nael Barakat1
1 University of Texas at Tyler
14:36 – 15:00 Technological Stewardship: Assessing a Value Sensitive Approach to “Engineering for Good”
Kari Zacharias1,Jillian Seniuk Cicek1,Renato Bezerra Rodrigues1
1 University of Manitoba

 

 

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