CEdR Reading Group

Welcome to the Computing Education Research (CEdR) Reading Group! Our goal is to raise the bar for computing pedagogy at ANU by developing a shared understanding of the best research in computing education, and to build a network to support CEdR at ANU. We plan to meet weekly for one hour, discussing one paper/topic each session.


The weekly reading group meetings are:

  • time: Monday mornings at 10am (excluding public holidays, obviously)

  • location: Board Room 4.15 in the #145 Hanna Neumann Building

  • paper schedule: see table below

The logistics (pre-post discussions, last-minute venue changes, etc.) will be managed through the CEdR Microsoft Teams group: you can request to be added to this group with this link, or if you get stuck you can email Ben or Josh.

S1 2021 schedule

date week paper facilitator
1 Mar 2 Improving Student Learning Outcomes in Online Courses: An Investigation Into the Effects of Multiple Teaching Modalities Ben Swift
8 Mar 3 public holiday
15 Mar 4 Strategies for Maintaining Academic Integrity in First-Year Computing Courses Josh Milthorpe
22 Mar 5 postponed 'til next week—presenter unavailable due to flooding
29 Mar 6 Developing socioscientific perspective taking Sabrina Caldwell
5 Apr public holiday
12 Apr Beyond feedback: developing student capability in complex appraisal Lynette Johns-Boast
19 Apr 7 Learning to program = learning to construct mechanisms and explanations Josh Milthorpe
26 Apr 8 public holiday
3 May 9 Identifying student misconceptions of programming Harrison Shoebridge
10 May 10 Towards a socio-ecological framework to address gender inequity in computer science Matthew Phillipps
17 May 11 Our ways of learning in Aboriginal languages (Chapter 3) Jennyfer Lawrence Taylor
24 May 12 Putting threshold concepts into context in computer science education Bruce Fuda
21 Jun 16
28 Jun 17 The impact of flipped classrooms on student achievement in engineering education: A meta-analysis of 10 years of research
On the use of flipped classroom across various disciplines: Insights from a second-order meta-analysis
Chris Johnson
12 Jul 19 Skills and Competencies for Effective Academic Advising and Personal Tutoring Ashleigh Johannes
30 Jul 1 Become a Better CS Teacher by Seeing Differently Ben Swift

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