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ICER 2021
Mon 16 - Thu 19 August 2021 ICER 2021 will take place online.

Accepted Papers

Title
A Multi-Modal Investigation of Self-Regulation Strategies adopted by First-Year Engineering Students during Programming Tasks
Lightning Talks and Posters
Agentic Engagement with a Programmable Dialog System
Lightning Talks and Posters
Beyond the Gender Binary in Computing Education Research
Lightning Talks and Posters
Computational self-concept, and the issue of having people identify as computationally competent
Lightning Talks and Posters
Developing Empathy and Persistence through Professional Development in New to CSA Teachers
Lightning Talks and Posters
Elementary Students' Debugging Behaviors in a Game-based Environment
Lightning Talks and Posters
Exploring the Impact of Gender Bias on Pair Programming
Lightning Talks and Posters
Identifying Opportunities and Potential Roadblocks for CSEd Professionals
Lightning Talks and Posters
Integrating the Analytics of Student Interaction Data Within Scratch with a Programming Skills Taxonomy
Lightning Talks and Posters
NATURE OF COMPUTER SCIENCE: Identification Of K-12 Accessible Nature Of Computer Science Tenets And Development Of An Open-Ended Nature Of Computer Science Instrument
Lightning Talks and Posters
Navigating Sheltered Language Instruction in a Computer Science P Class
Lightning Talks and Posters
Notional Machines in a Semester-long Introductory Physical Computing High School Unit
Lightning Talks and Posters
Programmable Little Red: A Multi-thread Immersive and Interactive Storytelling Approach to Learning Conditional Statements
Lightning Talks and Posters
PseuToPy: Towards a Non-English Natural Programming Language
Lightning Talks and Posters
Refute: An Alternative to 'Explain in Plain English' Questions
Lightning Talks and Posters
Teaching Accessibility in India: A Work in Progress
Lightning Talks and Posters
Theories of Participation: A Literature Review of Women's Participation in Computer Science
Lightning Talks and Posters

Call for Participation

This track offers another, different way of presenting research at ICER. Posters and lightning talks provide opportunities for discussion of work, beyond a focus on final results. Rather, posters and lightning talks are perfect options for researchers with work at any phase. This track allows researchers to garner feedback, gain exposure, practice presenting, and recruit collaborators within the structure of the conference.

We allow, and encourage, participation in both tracks to provide optimal opportunities to the presenters. Lightning talks are short talks given to all participants in the conference, and can serve as an advertisement for visiting a poster. Posters can allow presenters to get into more detail with a smaller group. With ICER 2021 being virtual, presenters that give a lightning talk without a poster may face challenges with having more discussions about their work after the talk, since it’s notably more difficult to find a speaker afterwards to ask questions over the coffee break. Conversely, with our virtual conference last year, we found lightning talks to be good launching points for posters, so attendees had a sense of what posters to visit. However, we are not requiring submissions to both posters and lightning talks; we share these thoughts so researchers can make an informed decision about how they want to share their work.

Posters Lightning Talks
Subject: CER research questions, research design, methodology, data-gathering strategy, tool, or technique
What we want Work at any phase from early ideas to complete but unpublished research. A concise summary of scholarly work, but substantially more information than a lightning talk. Novel, not yet fully explored or tested work, succinctly expressed
Preference given to Authors who have not presented at ICER in the past. Content that is most likely to spark discussion at ICER.
What you get Opportunity to articulate new work. Opportunity to recruit collaborators (or participants). One-on-one exposure and feedback. Author(s), title, and abstract in proceedings. Exposure to all session attendees.
How to submit https://icer2021ltp.hotcrp.com/ https://icer2021ltp.hotcrp.com/
When to submit 28 May 2021 AoE 28 May 2021 AoE
Format See Poster presenter details See Lightning talk presenter details

NOTES:

  1. Work already being presented at ICER (i.e., accepted research papers, WIP, doctoral consortium submissions) is ineligible for either the posters session or the lightning talks session.
  2. All submissions will be editorially reviewed (Submissions will be considered by the session co-chairs in consultation with conference chairs). This means that submissions need not be anonymized.

POSTER SUBMISSION TEMPLATE

1) Abstract as it will appear in the proceedings:

Poster abstracts must use the template, formatting details and style rules as outlined for Research Papers (see the section “Submission Format and Publication Workflow”). Abstracts must not exceed 500 words, excluding title, author details, references, copyright statement, and images. However, we are allowing authors an extra page for additional details for reviewers (see part 2 below).

2) Background information for reviewers:

A) Is it your first time presenting at ICER? Y|N

B) Phase of work at time of presentation will be:

  • initial idea
  • working on research design
  • some data collected
  • pilot study completed
  • initial results
  • paper written but unpublished
  • unpublished CER tool
  • other (please explain)

C) My goal in presenting this poster is:

  • Solicit feedback from the community regarding a CER project
  • Present a new tool, technique, or methodology
  • Present unpublished results of ongoing work
  • Other (please explain):

D) Any other detail or information that you feel is relevant for review but may not fit in the one-page abstract. This information will not appear in the proceedings.

LIGHTNING TALK SUBMISSION TEMPLATE

Speaker’s name:

Affiliation:

Email:

Is it your first time presenting at ICER? Y|N

My talk is about: (200 word limit)

My talk will:

  • Solicit feedback from the community regarding a CER project (including sharing project plans and/or initial results)
  • Describe a new CER project for which the author(s) are seeking collaborators
  • Share encouraging initial results from a CER project
  • Present a new tool, technique, or methodology

Dates
Plenary
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Tue 17 Aug

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12:40 - 13:00
Welcome sessionPlenary at Plenary
Chair(s): Amy Ko University of Washington, Jan Vahrenhold Department of Computer Science, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Renée McCauley College of Charleston, Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana
12:40
20m
Break
Welcome session
Plenary

13:00 - 13:20
Lightning talksLightning Talks and Posters at Plenary
Chair(s): Violetta Lonati University of Milan, Miranda Parker University of California, Irvine
13:00
5m
Poster
Beyond the Gender Binary in Computing Education Research
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Julie M. Smith University of North Texas
13:05
5m
Talk
Navigating Sheltered Language Instruction in a Computer Science P Class
Lightning Talks and Posters
P: Noel Kuriakos University of Maryland at College Park
13:10
5m
Talk
Computational self-concept, and the issue of having people identify as computationally competent
Lightning Talks and Posters
14:00 - 14:20
14:00
20m
Break
Break
Plenary

15:00 - 15:20
15:00
20m
Break
Break
Plenary

Wed 18 Aug

Displayed time zone: Eastern Time (US & Canada) change

12:40 - 13:00
Welcome sessionPlenary at Plenary
Chair(s): Amy Ko University of Washington, Jan Vahrenhold Department of Computer Science, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Renée McCauley College of Charleston, Matthias Hauswirth Università della Svizzera italiana
12:40
20m
Break
Welcome session
Plenary

13:00 - 13:20
Lightning talksLightning Talks and Posters at Plenary
Chair(s): Violetta Lonati University of Milan, Miranda Parker University of California, Irvine
13:00
4m
Poster
Agentic Engagement with a Programmable Dialog System
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Amanda Buddemeyer , A: Leshell Hatley Coppin State University, A: Angela Stewart Carnegie Mellon University, A: Jaemarie Solyst Carnegie Mellon University, A: Amy Ogan Carnegie Mellon University, A: Erin Walker University of Pittsburgh
13:04
4m
Poster
NATURE OF COMPUTER SCIENCE: Identification Of K-12 Accessible Nature Of Computer Science Tenets And Development Of An Open-Ended Nature Of Computer Science Instrument
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Erdogan Kaya , A: Anna Newley Sonoran Schools, A: Ezgi Yesilyurt Weber State University, A: Hasan Deniz University of Nevada
13:08
4m
Poster
Elementary Students' Debugging Behaviors in a Game-based Environment
Lightning Talks and Posters
13:12
4m
Poster
Teaching Accessibility in India: A Work in Progress
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Swaroop Joshi BITS Pilani Goa campus
13:16
4m
Poster
Refute: An Alternative to 'Explain in Plain English' Questions
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Viraj Kumar virajkumar1@acm.org
14:00 - 14:20
14:00
20m
Break
Break
Plenary

15:00 - 15:20
15:00
20m
Break
Break
Plenary

15:20 - 16:00
PostersLightning Talks and Posters at Posters
Chair(s): Violetta Lonati University of Milan, Miranda Parker University of California, Irvine
15:20
40m
Poster
Posters
Lightning Talks and Posters

Not scheduled yet

Not scheduled yet
Poster
Programmable Little Red: A Multi-thread Immersive and Interactive Storytelling Approach to Learning Conditional Statements
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Fangqing He Harvard University, A: yumih chang , A: Yinmiao Li New York University Shanghai, A: Mingnan Du New York University Shanghai Harvard University, A: Qianyi Chen New York University Shanghai
Not scheduled yet
Poster
A Multi-Modal Investigation of Self-Regulation Strategies adopted by First-Year Engineering Students during Programming Tasks
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Ethan Wert The Ohio State University, A: Jeremy Grifski The Ohio State University, A: Sijia Luo The Ohio State University, A: Zahra Atiq The Ohio State University
Not scheduled yet
Talk
Evaluating K-12 computer science student outcomes with a random forest model
Lightning Talks and Posters
Not scheduled yet
Poster
Integrating the Analytics of Student Interaction Data Within Scratch with a Programming Skills Taxonomy
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Francisco Castro fcastro@cs.umass.edu, A: Minji Kong University of Delaware
Not scheduled yet
Poster
Theories of Participation: A Literature Review of Women's Participation in Computer Science
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Meredith Pearce Furman University, A: Braedon McConnell Furman University, A: Allison Bolton Furman University, A: Andrea Tartaro Furman University
Not scheduled yet
Talk
Lightning talks
Lightning Talks and Posters

Not scheduled yet
Poster
Developing Empathy and Persistence through Professional Development in New to CSA Teachers
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Cassandra Broneak College of St. Scholastica, A: Jennifer Rosato College of St. Scholastica
Not scheduled yet
Poster
Exploring the Impact of Gender Bias on Pair Programming
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Aslihan Akalin UC Berkeley, A: Nathaniel Weinman UC Berkeley, A: Katherine Stasaski UC Berkeley, A: Armando Fox UC Berkeley
Not scheduled yet
Poster
Notional Machines in a Semester-long Introductory Physical Computing High School Unit
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Gayithri Jayathirtha University of Pennsylvania, A: Yasmin Kafai University of Pennsylvania
Not scheduled yet
Poster
Identifying Opportunities and Potential Roadblocks for CSEd Professionals
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Alejandra Mendez University of Puerto Rico, A: Ethel Tshukudu University of Glasgow, A: Carolina Moreira Federal University of Paraná, A: Weena Naowaprateep Mahidol University, Thailand, A: Alan Peterfreund SageFox Consulting Group, A: Brianna Johnston SageFox Consulting Group
Not scheduled yet
Poster
PseuToPy: Towards a Non-English Natural Programming Language
Lightning Talks and Posters
A: Patrick Wang ISEP – Institut Supérieur d’Électronique de Paris Issy-les-Moulineaux