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09:3009:50Narrowing and Stretching: Addressing the Challenges of Multi-track programmingSteven Bradley and Eleni Akrida
09:5010:10Automated Code Tracing Exercises for CS1Sean Russell
10:1010:30Feedback and Engagement on an Introductory Programming ModuleBeate Grawemeyer, John Halloran, Matthew England and David Croft
11:0011:20Gender parity in peer assessment of team software development projectsTom Crick, Tom Prickett, Jill Bradnum and Alan Godfrey
11:2011:40Promoting Engagement in Remote Computing Ethics EducationJoseph Maguire and Steve Draper
11:4012:00Co-Constructing a Community of Practice for Early-Career Computer Science Academics in the UKTom Crick, James H. Davenport, Paul Hanna, Alan Hayes, Alastair Irons, Keith Miller, Tom Prickett, Rupert Ward, Becky Allen, Bhagyashree Patil and Simon Payne
13:0013:20Assessing Knowledge and Skills in Forensics with Alternative Assessment PathwaysJoseph Maguire
13:2013:40LMC + Scratch: A recipe to construct a mental model of program executionNoman Javed and Faisal Zeeshan
13:4014:00Application of Amazon Web Services within teaching & learning at a UK UniversityDaniel Flood and Alan Hall
16:3016:45SIGCSE UK AGM



The EASE workshop aims to support cyber security educators in exchanging learning and teaching practice, form collaborations and devise new practice. The objectives of the EASE workshop are:

  • to expand the community of cyber security educators;
  • to provide an avenue for cyber security educators to exchange learning and teaching practice;
  • to afford opportunities for cyber security educators to collaborate and form novel learning and teaching practices.

The EASE workshop is seeking learning and teaching practice from the wider community that can be presented at the workshop and can be subsequently accessed on the workshop website.

For more information visit the workshop website:

CPHC Special Project Grants

The Council of Professors and Heads of Computing (CPHC) has recently started a special project grant scheme, awarding up to £5k for the investigation and introduction of new ideas in the learning and teaching of computing. In this workshop we will:

  • Give a brief overview of the scheme and the requirements;
  • Outline the main reasons for success (or otherwise) of proposals that were submitted to the first round of applications in September 2021;
  • Facilitate the discussion of ideas and/or formation of groups for proposals to the next round due in March 2022.