You’d think that CS students know how to use their computers, that they are going to be the next generation of power users. But I am always amazed at how wrong this assumption sometimes is.
That’s it. SIGCSE 2019 is over. Here are the thoughts of a first timer to this conference.
For my teaching, I have tried several tools to write presentation slides. Here is my reflection on what I have used so far during the Fall 2018 semester.
This is a brief report on the Hour of Code session we organized at ISEP. We took advantage of this session to run an experiment that will be described in this post.
I bought some BBB micro:bit cards to play around with. Here is some feedback as weel as a very short description of the ISEP-R0B0 project.
Today, I participated in my first run. And now my legs hurt.
After three weeks of teaching CS1 to first year undergrads, I’m sharing some thoughts on how this went so far.