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Neill, Colin J.; DeFranco, Joanna F.; Sangwan, Raghvinder S. – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2017
Team projects are commonplace in software engineering education. They address a key educational objective, provide students critical experience relevant to their future careers, allow instructors to set problems of greater scale and complexity than could be tackled individually, and are a vehicle for socially constructed learning. While all…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Computer Software, Cooperative Learning, Educational Strategies
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Hoda, Rashina; Babar, Muhammad Ali; Shastri, Yogeshwar; Yaqoob, Humaa – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2017
Global software engineering education (GSEE) is aimed at providing software engineering (SE) students with knowledge, skills, and understanding of working in globally distributed arrangements so they can be prepared for the global SE (GSE) paradigm. It is important to understand the challenges involved in GSEE for improving the quality and…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Grounded Theory, Engineering Education, Case Studies
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Cristobal, Jesus; Merino, Jorge; Navarro, Antonio; Peralta, Miguel; Roldan, Yolanda; Silveira, Rosa Maria – Interactive Technology and Smart Education, 2011
Purpose: The design, construction and deployment of a large virtual campus are a complex issue. Present virtual campuses are made of several software applications that complement e-learning platforms. In order to develop and maintain such virtual campuses, a complex software engineering infrastructure is needed. This paper aims to analyse the…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Engineering Education, Campuses, Programming Languages
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Fronza, Ilenia; El Ioini, Nabil; Corral, Luis – ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 2017
Computational Thinking (CT) has been recognized as one of the fundamental skills that all graduates should acquire. For this reason, motivational concerns need to be addressed at an early age of a child, and reaching students who do not consider themselves candidates for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines is important as…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Computer Software, Thinking Skills, Computer Science Education
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Garousi, V.; Giray, Görkem; Tüzün, Eray – ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 2020
Context: Knowledge level and productivity of the software engineering (SE) workforce are the subject of regular discussions among practitioners, educators, and researchers. There have been many efforts to measure and improve the knowledge gap between SE education and industrial needs. Objective: Although the existing efforts for aligning SE…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Standards, Knowledge Level, Engineering Education
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da Cruz Pinheiro, Fernando; Gresse von Wangenheim, Christiane; Missfeldt Filho, Raul – Informatics in Education, 2018
Diverse initiatives have emerged to popularize the teaching of computing in K-12 mainly through programming. This, however, may not cover other important core computing competencies, such as Software Engineering (SE). Thus, in order to obtain an overview of the state of the art and practice of teaching SE competences in K-12, we carried out a…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Engineering, Computer Science Education, Elementary Secondary Education
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Semushin, I. V.; Tsyganova, J. V.; Ugarov, V. V.; Afanasova, A. I. – European Journal of Engineering Education, 2018
Russian higher education institutions' tradition of teaching large-enrolled classes is impairing student striving for individual prominence, one-upmanship, and hopes for originality. Intending to converting these drawbacks into benefits, a Project-Centred Education Model (PCEM) has been introduced to deliver Computational Mathematics and…
Descriptors: Student Projects, Engineering Education, Active Learning, Teaching Methods
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dos Santos, Simone C. – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2017
The problem-based learning (PBL) approach has been successfully applied to teaching software engineering thanks to its principles of group work, learning by solving real problems, and learning environments that match the market realities. However, the lack of well-defined methodologies and processes for implementing the PBL approach represents a…
Descriptors: Performance Based Assessment, Engineering Education, Problem Based Learning, Computer Software
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IEEE Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training, Proceedings (MS), 2012
The Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T) is the premier international peer-reviewed conference, sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE) Computer Society, which addresses all major areas related to software engineering education, training, and professionalism. This year, as…
Descriptors: Computer Science Education, Engineering Education, Computer Software, Conferences (Gatherings)
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Marques, Maira; Ochoa, Sergio F.; Bastarrica, Maria Cecilia; Gutierrez, Francisco J. – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2018
Carrying out real-world software projects in their academic studies helps students to understand what they will face in industry, and to experience first-hand the challenges involved when working collaboratively. Most of the instructional strategies used to help students take advantage of these activities focus on supporting agile programming,…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Computer Software, Cooperative Learning, Metacognition
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Krusche, Stephan; Dzvonyar, Dora; Xu, Han; Bruegge, Bernd – ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 2018
Modern capstone courses use agile methods to deliver and demonstrate software early in the project. However, a simple demonstration of functional and static aspects does not provide real-world software usage context, although this is integral to understand software requirements. Software engineering involves capabilities such as creativity,…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Computer Science Education, Theater Arts, Vignettes
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Bruegge, Bernd; Krusche, Stephan; Alperowitz, Lukas – ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 2015
There is an acknowledged need for teaching realistic software development in project courses. The design space for such courses is wide, ranging from single-semester to two-semester courses, from single-client to multicustomer courses, from local to globally distributed courses, and from toy projects to projects with real clients. The challenge…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Student Projects, School Business Relationship, Active Learning
Hundley, Jacqueline Holliday – ProQuest LLC, 2012
Although the two-year curriculum guide includes coverage of all eight software engineering core topics, the computer science courses taught in Alabama community colleges limit student exposure to the programming, or coding, phase of the software development lifecycle and offer little experience in requirements analysis, design, testing, and…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, College Curriculum, Computer Science Education, Computer Software
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Frezza, S.; Daniels, M.; Wilkin, A. – ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 2019
This research aimed at evaluating the development and use of low-cost affective domain assessment instruments, culminating with personal and group characterization of representative global information technology (IT) professional values. Values and valuing are a compelling component of Bloom's affective domain of learning for engineering…
Descriptors: Values, Information Technology, Affective Measures, Student Evaluation
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Hjelsvold, Rune; Mishra, Deepti – ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 2019
Global software engineering (GSE) courses traditionally require cooperation between at least two universities so as to provide a distributed development environment to the students. In this study, we explore an alternative way to organize a global software engineering course where students work on open source software development (OSSD) projects…
Descriptors: Open Source Technology, Computer Software, Computer Science Education, Course Organization
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