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ICSE 2020
Wed 24 June - Thu 16 July 2020

Students face difficulties when transitioning from introductory programming to using more complex enterprise technologies, such as libraries, software frameworks and development kits. Despite much literature being devoted to how to teach introductory programming effectively, less attention is devoted towards managing the transition towards more complex technologies. This work presents the design, experience and evaluation of a module that engages students with a range of enterprise technologies. The module uses peer teaching to transfer the responsibility to students for teaching each other about the technologies. As such, this reduces the need for the teacher to invest time in preparing materials, and it is feasible to cover more technologies depending upon the number of teaching teams. The evaluation, conducted on a cohort of 34 students studying six enterprise technologies over the course of one week, revealed overwhelmingly positive experiences with this approach. For the teacher, effort for preparation and delivery was minimal, and the feedback on the module was highly positive.

Thu 9 Jul
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07:00 - 08:00: I14-SEET - Industry Relevant Teaching and OthersSoftware Engineering Education and Training at Goguryeo
Chair(s): Letizia JaccheriNorwegian University of Science and Technology
07:00 - 07:12
Addressing the Double Challenge of Learning and Teaching Enterprise Technologies through Peer TeachingSEET
Software Engineering Education and Training
Richard GlasseyKTH Royal Institute of Technology, Olle BälterKTH Royal Institute of Technology, Philipp HallerKTH Royal Institute of Technology, Mattias WiggbergKTH Royal Institute of Technology
07:12 - 07:24
Characterizing the Pedagogical Benefits of Adaptive Feedback for Compilation Errors by Novice ProgrammersSEET
Software Engineering Education and Training
Umair Z. AhmedNational University of Singapore, Nisheeth SrivastavaIndian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, Renuka SindhgattaQueensland University of Technology, Australia, Amey KarkareIIT Kanpur
07:24 - 07:36
VeriSIM: A Learning Environment for Comprehending Class and Sequence Diagrams using Design TracingSEET
Software Engineering Education and Training
Prajish PrasadIIT Bombay, Sridhar IyerIIT Bombay
07:36 - 07:48
Towards an Open Repository for Teaching Software Modeling applying Active Learning StrategiesSEET
Software Engineering Education and Training
Williamson SilvaUFAM, Bruno GadelhaUFAM, Igor SteinmacherNorthern Arizona University, Tayana ConteUniversidade Federal do Amazonas
07:48 - 08:00
What prevents Finnish women from applying to software engineering roles? A preliminary analysis of survey dataSEET
Software Engineering Education and Training
Annika WolffLUT University, Antti KnutasLUT University, Paula SavolainenTurku University of Applied Sciences