SPLASH-E is a symposium, started in 2013, for software and languages (SE/PL) researchers with activities and interests around computing education. Some build pedagogically-oriented languages or tools; some think about pedagogic challenges around SE/PL courses; some bring computing to non-CS communities; some pursue human studies and educational research.
At SPLASH-E, we share our educational ideas and challenges centred in software/languages, as well as our best ideas for advancing such work. SPLASH-E strives to bring together researchers and those with educational interests that arise from software ideas or concerns.
Call for Papers
Topics of interest: SPLASH-E is a forum for educators to make connections between programming languages research and the ways we educate computer science students. We invite work that could improve or inform computer science educators, especially work that connects with introductory computer science courses, programming languages, compilers, software engineering, and other SPLASH-related topics. Educational tools, experience reports, and new curricula are all welcome. Potential topics of interest include:
- innovative curriculum, assessment or course formats
- multidisciplinary learning environments
- integration of research into teaching and training
- individual and multidisciplinary team development
- methods to involve industry as a key stakeholder in the design, delivery, or both of courses
- new modes of learning and education in the digital era
- industrial transfer of educational findings
- ethics instruction
- equity, diversity, and inclusion, in the classroom
- methodological aspects of education
- application of educational research methods in education
- online learning and its impact on educational settings and curricula
More information coming soon!