Program for 2018 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)

Time Almaden Ballroom Salon 1 Ballroom Salon 2 Blossom Hill I Blossom Hill II Blossom Hill III Convention Center 211 A Convention Center 211 D Convention Center 211B Convention Center 211C Guadalupe San Jose Ballroom Silicon Valley Board Room Willow Glen I Willow Glen II Willow Glen III Session

Wednesday, October 3

08:00 am-06:00 pm                                 Evidence Based Teaching: Teaching as Research
01:00 pm-04:00 pm 1D: Writing an Engineering Education Proposal for the National Science Foundation: An Interactive Workshop                   1C: How to Prepare Competitive NSF Engineering Education Proposals       1A: Software Engineering Department Heads Workshop 1B: The student experience in an integrative, project-based course on quantitative engineering analysis
03:30 pm-05:00 pm     FIE Steering Committee Meeting                  
05:00 pm-08:00 pm 2D: Integrating Systems Approaches into Education Using Active Case Studies                   2C: Remote Laboratory Exercises and Tutorials for Spectrum-Agile Radio Frequency Systems       2A: Making MIDFIELD More Accessible: A Workshop for R Beginners 2B: Tools for the 3C's of Entrepreneurially Minded Learning (EML)

Thursday, October 4

08:30 am-10:00 am                       Plenary Speaker: Laura Oliphant, Partner, Spirit Ventures          
10:00 am-12:00 pm T1I: Innovation in Lab Experiences, Including Electrical & Communications Engineering     T1F: Infrastructure & Technologies for Engineering Education T1G: Game Based Learning T1H: Engineering Education Research T1J: WIP - Learning Analytics T1A: Special Session - Research on Engineering Practice: Catalyzing a Scholarly Community T1K: WIP - Curriculum Design T1B: Panel - Building on the Past, Creating the Future: Where Are the New Frontiers? T1E: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education     Exhibitor Showcase: JMP T1C: Diversity & Inclusivity Research T1D: 2018 Thematic Track: Innovation in Software Engineering Education  
01:00 pm-03:00 pm T2I: WIP - Engineering Education Research     T2F: Student Beliefs, Motivation, & Persistence T2G: Computer-Based Learning & Courseware Technologies T2H: Computer Science Education T2J: WIP - Design Education T2A: Special Session - Using Magic in Computing Education and Outreach T2K: WIP - Approaches to Student Centered Learning T2B: Special Session - Playing the Role of Teamwork Facilitator: Using Role Play to Demonstrate Strategies to Facilitate Teamwork T2E: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education       T2C: Diversity & Inclusivity: Women & Computing T2D: 2018 Thematic Track: Innovation in Software Engineering Education  
03:30 pm-05:30 pm T3I: Curriculum Design     T3F: Learning Analytics T3G: Engineering Education Research   T3J: WIP - First & Second Year programs T3A: Special Session - Alternate-Universe FIE: An Engineering Education Conference Session from a World Where the Majority of Engineers are Deaf T3K: Ed. WIP - Distance, Open & Flexible Education & Approaches to Interdisciplinary Education T3B: Special Session - Innovative Computing Curricula and the CC2020 Project T3E: Professional Skills     ERM Board Meeting T3C: Primary & Secondary (pK-12) STEM Education T3D: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education  
04:00 pm-05:30 pm     T3H: Panel - Student Self-Perceptions Regarding Their First Position After Graduation: What Are They and How Do We Help?      

Friday, October 5

08:30 am-10:00 am                       Plenary Speaker: Cynthia Stoddard, Senior VP and CIO, Adobe Systems Incorporated          
10:00 am-01:00 pm F1I: Diversity & Inclusivity - Working Together With All Abilities     F1F: Ed. Infrastructure & Technologies for Engineering Education F1G: Curriculum Design F1H: Approaches to Student Centered Learning F1J: WIP - Student Beliefs, Motivation, & Persistence F1A: Special Session - Put Me in Coach! Developing a Design Playbook for Instructors to Help Engineering Students Do Design F1K: WIP - Computer-Based Learning & Courseware Technologies F1B: Special Session - Meet the Engineering Education Pioneers: Panel & Roundtable F1E: Professional Skills   IEEE Education Society Strategic Planning Meeting Exhibitor Showcase: eGrove Education F1C: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education F1D: Engineering Education Research  
01:00 pm-04:00 pm IEEE Education Society Board of Governors Meeting     F2F: Student Beliefs, Motivation, & Persistence F2G: Learning Analytics F2H: Approaches to Student Centered Learning F2J: WIP - Teaching That Embraces Diversity & Inclusivity F2A: Special Session - See Something, Say Something: Redirecting Stories for Organizational Change F2K: WIP - Professional Skills & Design Education F2B: Special Session - Developing an Effective Propagation Plan for Educational Innovations F2E: Engineering Education Research       F2C: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education F2D: Innovation & Creativity  
04:00 pm-06:00 pm F3I: WIP - Laboratory Experiences (On-Campus & Remote)     F3F: Design Education F3G: Discipline Specific Issues: Computer Science F3H: Professional Skills F3J: WIP - Diversity & Inclusion - PK12 & Pathways F3A: Special Session - Equality vs. Equity: Using Assets and Cultivating Students F3K: WIP - Engineering Education Research, Assessment & Evaluation F3B: Panel - Integrating Requirements Engineering Education into Core Engineering Disciplines F3E: Open Educational Resources & Practices     Exhibitor Showcase: zyBooks F3C: Pathways to Engineering Degrees F3D: Student As Learner  

Saturday, October 6

08:00 am-10:00 am                         FIE Steering Committee Meeting Executive Session        
08:30 am-10:10 am S1I: WIP - Innovative & Creative Approaches to Engineering Education S1A: Special Session - Uncovering the Hidden Factors That Could Compromise Equitable and Effective Engineering Education   S1F: Distance, Open & Flexible Education S1G: Miscellaneous Topics S1H: WIP - Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives       S1B: Panel - Panel on Service-Learning Practioners Navigating Partnerships, Research, and Funding S1E: WIP - Service Learning & Student Centered Learning     S1C: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education S1D: Assessment & Evaluation Strategies/Approaches  
10:30 am-12:10 pm S2I: WIP - Students Beliefs, Motivations & Persistence S2A: Special Session - Innovative Thinking: Encouraging Creative Diversity with Video Scenarios S2B: Special Session - Applying Innovative Frameworks to Foster Inclusive Learning in Engineering Students S2F: Approaches to Student Centered Learning S2G: WIP - Innovations in Software Engineering Education S2H: WIP- Faculty Development & Philosophy         S2E: Curriculum Design & PK-12       S2C: Assessment & Evaluation Strategies/Approaches S2D: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education  
01:00 pm-02:40 pm S3I: WIP - Engineering Education Research   S3B: Special Session - Rethinking Engineering Leadership   S3G: WIP - PK12 STEM Outreach S3H: WIP - Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education         S3E: Professional Skills & Ethics         S3D: Philosophy of Learning & Mobile Applications  
01:30 pm-03:00 pm               FIE 2019 Planning Committee Meeting      
03:00 pm-04:40 pm S4I: WIP - Assessment & Evaluation Strategies/Approaches S4A: Special Session - Taking a Deep Dive: Qualitative Methods and Identity S4B: Special Session - Learning and Practice of Engineering Fundamental Principles for Long-Term Retention S4F: Robotics & Supporting New Engineers   S4H: WIP - Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education         S4E: Student as Learner       S4C: Learning Analytics & Distance Education S4D: Laboratory Experiences & Computer Technologies  
06:00 pm-10:00 pm FIE Steering Committee Strategic Planning                                

Wednesday, October 3

Wednesday, October 3 8:00 - 6:00

Evidence Based Teaching: Teaching as Research

Full day workshop

Wednesday, October 3 1:00 - 4:00

1A: Software Engineering Department Heads Workshop

Room: Willow Glen II
Software Engineering Department Heads Workshop
Stephen Frezza (Gannon University, USA); Chris Taylor (Milwaukee School of Engineering, USA)

1B: The student experience in an integrative, project-based course on quantitative engineering analysis

Room: Willow Glen III
The student experience in an integrative, project-based course on quantitative engineering analysis
Siddhartan Govindasamy and Rebecca Christianson (F. W. Olin College of Engineering, USA); John Geddes (Olin College of Engineering, USA)

1C: How to Prepare Competitive NSF Engineering Education Proposals

Room: Guadalupe
How to Prepare Competitive NSF Engineering Education Proposals

1D: Writing an Engineering Education Proposal for the National Science Foundation: An Interactive Workshop

Room: Almaden
Writing an Engineering Education Proposal for the National Science Foundation: An Interactive Workshop

Wednesday, October 3 3:30 - 5:00

FIE Steering Committee Meeting

Room: Blossom Hill I

Open to all interested

Wednesday, October 3 5:00 - 8:00

2A: Making MIDFIELD More Accessible: A Workshop for R Beginners

Room: Willow Glen II
Making MIDFIELD More Accessible: A Workshop for R Beginners
Richard Layton (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA); Susan M. Lord (University of San Diego, USA); Matthew W Ohland (Purdue University, USA); Marisa K. Orr (Clemson University, USA); Russell Long and Nichole Ramirez (Purdue University, USA)

2B: Tools for the 3C's of Entrepreneurially Minded Learning (EML)

Room: Willow Glen III
Tools for the 3Cs of Entrepreneurially Minded Learning (EML)
Heath J. LeBlanc (Ohio Northern University, USA); Kundan Nepal and Greg Mowry (University of St. Thomas, USA); R Cheville (Bucknell University, USA)

2C: Remote Laboratory Exercises and Tutorials for Spectrum-Agile Radio Frequency Systems

Room: Guadalupe
Remote laboratory exercises and tutorials for spectrum-agile radio frequency systems
Carl B. Dietrich (Virginia Tech & Wireless @ Virginia Tech, USA); Richard Goff, Dimitri Dessources, Xavier Gomez, Joshua Garcia Sheridan, Nicholas Polys and R. Michael Beuhrer (Virginia Tech, USA); Seungmo Kim (Georgia Southern University, USA); Vuk Marojevic (Mississippi State University, USA); Christian Hearn (Weber State University, USA)

2D: Integrating Systems Approaches into Education Using Active Case Studies

Room: Almaden
Integrating Systems Approaches into Education Using Active Case Studies
Reid Bailey, William Guilford and Shawn D. Russell (University of Virginia, USA)

Thursday, October 4

Thursday, October 4 8:30 - 10:00

Plenary Speaker: Laura Oliphant, Partner, Spirit Ventures

Room: San Jose Ballroom

ABSTRACT

THE FUTURE OF INNOVATION IN THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY

Laura Oliphant has been at the forefront of technology for over 25 years, first at Intel, as an Engineer and Corporate Venture Capitalist, and now, as a Board Director and CEO of startups. She will talk about the challenges for technology innovation going forward, and how corporations use partnerships with educational institutions and external entities to accelerate innovation, and what we should expect from technology in the future.

BIO

Dr. Laura Oliphant is an experienced CEO, Board Member, and Investor. She is currently a General Partner at Spirit Ventures (www.spiritvc.com), a venture fund focusing on key enabling technologies for the semiconductor industry. Prior to Spirit Ventures, she was an Investment Director in Intel Capital from 2001 until her retirement from Intel in 2016. During her career in venture capital, she brought over $1B in strategic and financial value to Intel through her investments and was awarded Intel's highest award, the Intel Achievement Award, for her contributions to Intel. After retiring from Intel, she was a member of the Board of Directors and the CEO of Translarity, an investor backed, semiconductor test startup. Laura is also part of the Board of Directors for Thin Film Electronics ASA, a public company based in Norway and Numascale AS, also based in Norway. Laura received her PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, where her thesis research was centered on candidate batteries for electric cars.

Thursday, October 4 10:00 - 12:00

Exhibitor Showcase: JMP

Room: Willow Glen I

Topic: JMP and the Predictive Modeling Workflow

As engineering problems are become more and more complex, scientists and engineers are beginning to incorporate many of the modern and more sophisticated descriptive and predictive modeling techniques to their analysis toolkit. A typical real-world predictive modeling workflow includes data cleaning and exploration, model fitting, model validation, model comparison, final model selection and deployment of the final predictive model. In this session we illustrate the predictive modeling workflow by analyzing a real dataset. After data preparation and initial exploration, we will create a number of predictive models such as Multiple Linear Regression, Regression tree, Neural Net, and K-Nearest Neighbors.

We will "publish" each of the models to the Formula Depot, and explore and select the best model using the Prediction Profiler and JMP's Model Comparison tool.

Code will be created in a variety of programming languages (e.g., SAS, SQL, Python, et al.) in order to implement that model in a production environment.

T1A: Special Session - Research on Engineering Practice: Catalyzing a Scholarly Community

Room: Convention Center 211 D
Research on Engineering Practice: Catalyzing a Scholarly Community
Samantha Brunhaver (Arizona State University, USA); Brent Jesiek (Purdue University, USA); Alexandra C Strong (Florida International University, USA); Russell Korte (The George Washington University, USA); Reed Stevens (Northwestern University, USA)

T1B: Panel - Building on the Past, Creating the Future: Where Are the New Frontiers?

Room: Convention Center 211C
PANEL: Building on the past, creating the future Where are the new frontiers?
Larry Richards (University of Virginia, USA); Karl Smith (University of Minnesota & Purdue University, USA); Larry Shuman (University of Pittsburgh, USA)

T1C: Diversity & Inclusivity Research

Room: Willow Glen II
Chair: Eileen Cashman (Humboldt State University, USA)
Towards Making The Invisible Engineer Visible: A Review of Low-Socioeconomic Students' Barriers Experiencing College STEM Education
Justin C Major and Allison Godwin (Purdue University, USA)
Understanding how First-Generation College Students' Out-of-School Experiences, Physics and STEM Identities Relate to Engineering Possible Selves and Certainty of Career Path
Dina Verdín and Allison Godwin (Purdue University, USA); Gerhard Sonnert and Phillip M. Sadler (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, USA)
I Don't FIT the Stereotype, but I see Myself as an Engineer: First-Year Engineering Students' Attitudes and Beliefs about their Engineering Identities
The Effect of Diversity on Feelings of Belongingness for New Engineering Students
Nelson Pearson (University of Nevada, Reno, USA); Allison Godwin (Purdue University, USA); Adam Kirn (University of Nevada, Reno, USA)
Computer Programming Workshops with Playful Environments for Middle School Girls
Suenny M Souza and Roberto A Bittencourt (State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil)

T1D: 2018 Thematic Track: Innovation in Software Engineering Education

Room: Willow Glen III
Chair: Chris Taylor (Milwaukee School of Engineering, USA)
Feasibility and Acceptability of Peer Assessment for Coding Assignments in Large Lecture Based Programming Engineering Courses
Christine King (University of California Irvine, USA)
Situation Awareness-Oriented Cybersecurity Education
Jun Dai (California State University, Sacramento, USA)
Bug Hide-and-Seek: An Educational Game for Investigating Verification Accuracy in Software Tests
Kevin Buffardi (California State University - Chico, USA); Pedro Valdivia (California State University, Chico, USA)
Toward Increasing Collaboration Awareness in Software Engineering Teams
Shuddha Chowdhury, Charles Walter and Rose Gamble (University of Tulsa, USA)
A Reflection on Diversity and Inclusivity Efforts in a Software Engineering Program
David Janzen (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA); Motahareh Bahrami Zanjani, Bruno da Silva and Davide Falessi (California Polytechnic State University, USA)
Text classification of student predicate use for automatic misconception categorization
Brian Landron (University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez Campus, USA); Nayda G. Santiago (University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, USA); Aidsa I. Santiago-Román (University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, Puerto Rico); Jose Vega-Riveros (University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico)

T1E: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education

Room: Guadalupe
Chair: Homero Murzi (Virginia Polytechnique Institute and State University, USA)
Changes in Engineering Technology Students Perception from Freshman to Senior Year
Anne M Lucietto, Eddy Efendy and Mark French (Purdue University, USA)
Applying Product Manufacturing Techniques to Teach Data Analytics in Industrial Engineering: A Project Based Learning Experience
Faisal Aqlan (Penn State Behrend, USA); Joshua Nwokeji (Gannon University, USA)
Student and Faculty Perspectives on the Effectiveness of an Interdisciplinary Graduate Engineering Program
Courtney Lavadia, Chi-Ning Chang and Debra Fowler (Texas A&M University, USA)
Understanding Students' Online Reviews to Improve College Experience and Graduation Rates of STEM Programs at the Largest Post-Secondary Institution: A Learner-Centered Study
Killian Muollo, Prateek Basavaraj and Ivan Garibay (University of Central Florida, USA)
Applied Learning within Thermodynamics: A Perspective on Energy Concepts

T1F: Infrastructure & Technologies for Engineering Education

Room: Blossom Hill I
Chair: Mounir Ben Ghalia (The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA)
A Physically Embodied Robot Teacher (PERT) as a Facilitator for Peer Learning
Bosede I Edwards (Imagineering Institute, Malaysia & City, University of London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Idris Muniru and Nosiba Khougali (Imagineering Institute & Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia); Adrian D Cheok (Imagineering Institute, Malaysia & City, University of London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Rui Prada (INESC-ID and Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)
Differences in Grade Outcomes Between ICT Engineering and Computer Science Degrees
Dale A Carnegie, Craig Watterson, Morgan A Atkins and James Eldridge (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Design of a Transparent Hydraulic Educational Demonstrator Utilizing Electrically Controlled Valves
Keith Pate, Joseph Marx and Farid Breidi (University of Southern Indiana, USA)
Exploring the Relevance and Energy Usage Implications of Fixed Computer Labs in Electrical Engineering Education
Joseph Callenes-Sloan and Paul Hummel (California Polytechnic State University, USA); Andrew Danowitz (California Polytechnic State University); Bridget Benson (California Polytechnic State University, USA)
Development of a Distributed Pair Exercise System for Network Construction with a Dialogue Support Function
Yuichiro Tateiwa, Yoshiaki Ooka, Yonghwan Kim and Yoshiaki Katayama (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan)
Exploring Alignment Between Engineering Students' Job Plans and Post-Graduation Outcomes
Lenard Rüde (Stanford University & Technical University of Munich, USA); Angela Harris (Stanford, USA); Shannon Gilmartin and Sheri Sheppard (Stanford University, USA)

T1G: Game Based Learning

Room: Blossom Hill II
Chair: Qiang Hao (Western Washington University, USA)
Digital Badges for Motivating Introductory Programmers: Qualitative Findings from Focus Groups
Lisa Facey-Shaw (University of Technology, Jamaica); Marcus Specht (Open University of the Netherlands, The Netherlands); Jeanette Bartley-Bryan (University of Technology, Jamaica)
Undergraduate Engineering Education and the Game-Based Learning Methods to Promote a Culture of Laboratory Safety
Willie L. Brown, Jr, I Dabipi, Lei Zhang, Weiwei Zhu and Dinesh Sharma (University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA); Ellis Lawrence (Elizabeth City State University, USA); Yuanwei Jin (University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA)
Augmenting Experiential Learning with a Game-based Student Response System
Sangit Sasidhar, Arrchana Muruganantham, Wee-Seng Soh and Yuen jien Soo (National University of Singapore, Singapore); Colin Tan (National University of SIngapore, Singapore); Ravi Suppiah (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Investigating the Impact of an Immersive Computer-based Math Game on the Learning Process of Undergraduate Students
Cristina H Muntean, Nour El Mawas, Michael Bradford and Pramod Pathak (National College of Ireland, Ireland)
Games and Gamification in Software Engineering Education: A Survey with Educators
Pedro Campolina (Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil); Mauricio Souza (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil); Eduardo Figueiredo (Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil)
Sol y Agua: A Game-based Learning Platform to Engage Middle-school Students in STEM
Monika Akbar (University of Texas at El Paso, USA); Elsa Villa (The University of Texas at El Paso, USA); Ann Gates, Mary Roy, Lucia Dura, Angel Ortega, Jesus Tellez and Claudia Santiago (University of Texas at El Paso, USA)

T1H: Engineering Education Research

Room: Blossom Hill III
Chair: Jesus Alfonso Perez Gama (IEEE Life Senior - Education Society Colombia Chapter Chair & Fundacion de Educacion Superior San Jose, Colombia)
Autonomous Vehicle Control: Teaching Tool and Simulation
Marie O'Brien, Kashish Gupta, Bara Emran and Homayoun Najjaran (University of British Columbia, Canada)
Towards education alternatives to teaching and learning of programming: A course experience using open hardware tools
Jonathan Alvarez (Universidad Minuto de Dios, Colombia)
"Participating Under the Influence'': How Role Models Affect the Computing Discipline, Profession, and Student Population
Virginia Grande, Anne-Kathrin Peters and Mats Daniels (Uppsala University, Sweden); Matti Tedre (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)
Evaluation of an Instrument to Identify Factors that Impact the Motivation and Engagement of Undergraduate Students in Computing
Pablo Schoeffel (Federal University of Santa Catarina & University of Santa Catarina State, Brazil); Raul Wazlawick and Vinicius Faria Culmant Ramos (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil); Adilson Vahldick (University of Coimbra & Santa Catarina State University, Portugal); Marcelo de Souza (Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
Going Beyond Gender Balance: Understanding the Intersection of Gender and the Engineering Experiences of Alumni
Matthew Brucker, Emma Price, David Freeman and Jeremy M Goodman (Olin College of Engineering, USA); Yevgeniya V Zastavker (F. W. Olin College of Engineering, USA)
Lost for Words! Defining the Language Around Role Models in Engineering
Virginia Grande (Uppsala University, Sweden)

T1I: Innovation in Lab Experiences, Including Electrical & Communications Engineering

Room: Almaden
Chair: Mahesh Banavar (Clarkson University, USA)
Measuring Hardware Impairments with Software-Defined Radios
Vuk Marojevic (Mississippi State University, USA); Aditya V Padaki (Virginia Tech); Raghunandan M Rao (Virgnina Tech & Wireless@Virginia Tech, USA); Jeffrey Reed (Virginia Tech, USA)
A small network simulator for learning routing fundamentals
Miguel Bazdresch (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
Personalized Learning in a Virtual Hands-on Lab Platform for Computer Science Education
Yuli Deng, Duo Lu, Chun-Jen Chung, Dijiang Huang and Zhen Zeng (Arizona State University, USA)
TurtleMCU: A Platform for Teaching a Holistic View Into Embedded Computer Architecture and Security
Nathaniel Graff (California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, USA)
A Software Radio Challenge Accelerating Education and Innovation in Wireless Communications
Marta González-Rodríguez (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain); Antoni Gelonch (Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Spain); Vuk Marojevic (Dept. Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS)
Connecting Theory to Practice in an Online Introductory Signals and Systems Course
Chao Wang and Stephen Phillips (Arizona State University, USA)

T1J: WIP - Learning Analytics

Room: Convention Center 211 A
Chair: Henrique M. D. Santos (University of Minho, Portugal)
Visual Analytic Workflow to Understand Students' Performance in Computer Science Courses
Ravali Gampa and Anna Baynes (California State University, Sacramento, USA)
Evaluation of academic performance based on learning analytics and ontology: a systematic mapping study
Laécio Araújo Costa (Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Sertão Pernambucano - Campus Petrolina, Brazil); Laís Salvador (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil); Ricardo José Rocha Amorim (State University of Bahia (UNEB) & Faculty of Applied and Social Sciences of Petrolina (FACAPE), Brazil)
Feature extraction and classification of learners using neural networks
Real-time Metacognition Feedback for Introductory Programming Using Machine Learning
Improving student learning performance in a virtual hands-on lab system in cybersecurity education
Zhen Zeng, Yuli Deng, IHan Hsiao, Dijiang Huang and Chun-Jen Chung (Arizona State University, USA)
Machine Learning Based Directed Self Study in Calculus with CalcTutor
Kristian Kime (Brandeis & Telepathy Labs, USA); TImothy Hickey and Rebecca Torrey (Brandeis University, USA)
Extending Academic Analytics to Engineering Education
Anthony M DeRocchis, Ashley Michalenko and Laura Boucheron (New Mexico State University, USA); Steve Stochaj (United States, USA)
Examination of the impact of various factors on student success in an introduction to circuit analysis course
David Parent (San Jose State University, USA)
The Development of a Framework for Curriculum Integration
Michele H Miller and Anastasia Rynearson (Campbell University, USA)
Token-based Approach for Real-time Plagiarism Detection in Digital Designs
Han Wan, Kangxu Liu and Xiaopeng Gao (Beihang University, P.R. China)

T1K: WIP - Curriculum Design

Room: Convention Center 211B
Chair: Alison Clear (EIT, New Zealand)
Un-muddling Implementation from Design via Algorithmic Design Patterns
Carolyn Rosiene (University of Hartford, USA); Joel Rosiene (Eastern Connecticut State University, USA)
Co-creative engineering curriculum design - Case East Africa
Ville Taajamaa, Antero Järvi, Samuli Laato and Johannes Holvitie (University of Turku, Finland)
A Four-year Automation and Integration Concentration for Manufacturing Engineering
Jeffrey L. Newcomer (Western Washington University, USA)
A Hands-On, System-Level Analog Electronics Course
Meghdad Hajimorad (California State University - Chico, USA); Tony Pirc (Analog Devices, Inc., USA)
Examining the Effect of a Game-like Practice Tool on the Quality of Student Peer Evaluations
Daniel M Ferguson (Purdue University, USA & EDI GROUP Canada, Canada); Elizabeth Shu, Yuchen Cao and Matthew W Ohland (Purdue University, USA)
"We've Always Done it that Way," An Exploration of Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Curricular Decisions
Redesigning a Computer Science Capstone Course with Micro-credentials
Yang Song (University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA)
An Innovative Modular Approach of Teaching Cyber Security across Computing Curricula
Akhtar Lodgher (Texas A&M, San Antonio, USA); Jeong Yang (Texas A&M University-San Antonio, USA); Ummugul Bulut (Texas A&M University - San Antonio, USA)
Academic synergy through integrated mechatronic projects
Alejandro Velásquez-López and Alberto Rodriguez (Universidad EAFIT, Colombia)
A Curriculum Design on Electronic Devices Design Laboratory
Shabnam Ghotbi and Seyedali Ghahari (Purdue University, USA)

Thursday, October 4 1:00 - 3:00

T2A: Special Session - Using Magic in Computing Education and Outreach

Room: Convention Center 211 D
Using Magic in Computing Education and Outreach
Ronald I. Greenberg (Loyola University Chicago, USA); Dale F. Reed (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)

T2B: Special Session - Playing the Role of Teamwork Facilitator: Using Role Play to Demonstrate Strategies to Facilitate Teamwork

Room: Convention Center 211C
Playing the Role of Teamwork Facilitator: Using role play to demonstrate strategies to facilitate teamwork
Stephanie L Cutler and Alexa Kottmeyer (Penn State, USA); James Pembridge (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA)

T2C: Diversity & Inclusivity: Women & Computing

Room: Willow Glen II
Chair: Joshua Nwokeji (Gannon University, USA)
Exploring women's motivations to study computer science
Sally Smith, Emilia Sobolewska, Jyoti Bhardwaj and Khristin Fabian (Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Female and Female Underrepresented Engineering Technology Students: Background, and Influences
Anne M Lucietto (Purdue University, USA); Lesley Berhan (University of Toledo, USA)
Girls, Music and Computer Science
Carlos Silla (Pontificia Universidade Católica do Paraná, Brazil); André Luiz Przybysz, Adriano Rivolli, Thayna Gimenez, Caroline Barroso and Jéssika Pereira (Federal University of Technology of Parana (UTFPR), Brazil)
Sociology a Game Changer in Computer Science Programs
Soraya Cardenas (Cascadia College & Wild Noodle Corp., USA)
Reflecting on the Impact of a Course on Inclusive Strategies for Teaching Computer Science
Alark Joshi (University of San Francisco, USA); Amit Jain (Boise State University, USA)

T2D: 2018 Thematic Track: Innovation in Software Engineering Education

Room: Willow Glen III
Chair: Craig Zilles (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA)
What software engineering "best practices" are we teaching students - a systematic literature review
Maíra Marques Samary and Javier Robledo (Universidad de Chile, Chile)
What Language? - The Choice of an Introductory Programming Language
Onyeka Ezenwoye (Augusta University, USA)
Improving Student's Learning and Cooperation Skills Using Coding Dojos (In the Wild!)
Edna Dias Canedo, Sra (University of Brasilia & UNB, Brazil); Rodrigo de Almeida, Caio de Oliveira, Luis Henrique Amaral and Henrique Faria (University of Brasília (UnB), Brazil)
ElecTricks: Pre-College Hands-on Activities in Electromechanics
Theresa Odun-Ayo (Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA); Anna Buckthorpe and Mariessa Crow (Missouri S and T, USA)
Why there is still few women in Engineering? A perspective from female students and professors in an Engineering campus
Edna Dias Canedo, Sra (University of Brasilia & UNB, Brazil); Giovanni Santos (University of Brasilia, Brazil); Fabiana Mendes, Elaine Venson and Rejane Costa Figueiredo (Universidade de Brasília, Brazil)
Can students help themselves? An investigation of students' feedback on the quality of the source code
José Raul Andrade (Federal University of Campina Grande, Brazil); João Monteiro (Universidade Federal de Campina Grande, Brazil)

T2E: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education

Room: Guadalupe
Chair: Rukshan Athauda (University of Newcastle, Australia)
The Impact Of Integrated Tutorials in Supporting First Year Student Progression
Howard Lukefahr, Dale A Carnegie and Craig Watterson (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Bloom's taxonomy based approach to learn basic programming loops
Anabela Gomes (Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra & University of Coimbra, Portugal); Fernanda Brito Correia (Polythechnic Institute of Coimbra / IEETA Aveiro University & Institute of Electronics and Informatics Engineering of Aveiro, Portugal)
Method Matters: Reflections from Student-Made Systematic Mapping Studies
Ville Isomottonen, Sari Ryynänen and Niko Mononen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
Incorporating a Model-Based Approach in an Introductory Electronics Course Using Simscape
Diego Aponte-Roa and Mark A Lau (Universidad del Turabo, Puerto Rico)
Behind the Scenes: Course Syllabi Explained
Natascha T Buswell (University of California, Irvine, USA)
Student motivation towards learning to program
Anabela Gomes (Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra & University of Coimbra, Portugal); Maria José Marcelino (University of Coimbra, Portugal); Wei Ke (Lecturer, Macao); Chan-Tong Lam (Macao Polytechnic Institute, Macao); António José Mendes (University of Coimbra & Center for Informatics and Systems - University of Coimbra, Portugal)

T2F: Student Beliefs, Motivation, & Persistence

Room: Blossom Hill I
Chair: Elise Barrella (Wake Forest University, USA)
Towards a Catalog of Gestures for M-learning Applications for the Teaching of Programming
Anderson S. Marcolino (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Alef Santos, Marco Schaefer and Ellen Barbosa (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
The Dissertation Institute: Evaluation of a Doctoral Student Writing Workshop
Juan Cruz (Virginia Tech, USA & Unive, Colombia); Mayra S. Artiles (Virginia Tech, USA); Gwen Lee-Thomas (Quality Measures LLC & Old Dominion University, USA); Holly Matusovich (Virginia Tech, USA); Stephanie Adams (Old Dominion University, USA)
Examining the Value of Mentoring in Youth Engineering Programs: What Motivates a Mentor to Mentor?
Shift in Mid-Year Engineering Students' Perceptions of Their Future Careers Over Time
Catherine McGough and Marisa K. Orr (Clemson University, USA); Adam Kirn (University of Nevada, Reno, USA); Lisa Benson (Clemson University & Clemson University, USA)
An Initial Analysis of the Research on Interest and Introductory Programming
Pasqueline Dantas Scaico and Alexandre Scaico (UFPB, Brazil); Ruy De Queiroz (UFPE, Brazil)
Gendered Influences on Peer Assessments of Team Behavior
Emily Miller and Reid Bailey (University of Virginia, USA)

T2G: Computer-Based Learning & Courseware Technologies

Room: Blossom Hill II
Chair: Christine King (University of California Irvine, USA)
Visuo-haptic Simulations to Improve Students' Understanding of Friction Concepts
Luis Neri (Tecnologico de Monterrey & Escuela de Educacion, Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales (EEHCS), Mexico); Alejandra J. Magana (Purdue University, USA); Julieta Noguez (Tecnologico de Monterrey & Escuela de Ingeniería y CIencias, Mexico); Yoselyn Walsh (Purdue University, USA & Costa Rican Institute of Technology, Costa Rica); Andres Gonzalez-Nucamendi (Tecnologico de Monterrey, Escuela de Diseño Ingeniería y Arquitectura, Mexico); Victor Robledo-Rella (Escuela de Ingeniería y Ciencias, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico); Bedrich Benes (Purdue University, USA)
Designing a Visuohaptic Simulation to Promote Graphical Representations and Conceptual Understanding of Structural Analysis
Yoselyn Walsh (Purdue University, USA & Costa Rican Institute of Technology, Costa Rica); Alejandra J. Magana, Jenny Patricia Quintana and Vojtech Krs (Purdue University, USA); Genisson Silva Coutinho (Purdue University, USA & Instituto Federal de Educacao, Ciencia e Tecnologia da Bahia, Brazil); Edward Berger, Ida Ngambeki, Eddy Efendy and Bedrich Benes (Purdue University, USA)
Designing Visually Interactive Learning Modules to Promote Students' Critical Thinking in Mathematics
Linda Vu, Ying Xie and Meng Han (Kennesaw State University, USA)
Cloud-based Labs and Programming Assignments in Networking and Cybersecurity Courses
Weiying Zhu (Metropolitan State University of Denver, USA)
Addressing technical and organizational pitfalls of using remote laboratories in a commercial environment
Pablo Orduña (Deusto Institute of Technology - DeustoTech, University of Deusto & LabsLand, Spain); Luis Rodriguez-Gil (LabsLand, Spain); Ignacio Angulo and Gabriel Martinez (University of Deusto, Spain); Aitor Villar (LabsLand, Spain); Unai Hernández-Jayo (University of Deusto, Spain); Paola Buitrago, Raúl Camacho and Paola Marmolejo (UNAD, Colombia); Javier Garcia-Zubia (University of Deusto, Spain)

T2H: Computer Science Education

Room: Blossom Hill III
Chair: Nasrin Dehbozorgi (University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC), USA)
Predicting Student Success in Computer Science - A Reproducibility Study
Amruth N. Kumar (Ramapo College of New Jersey, USA)
Experience with Active Learning and Formative Feedback for a SQL Unit
Christine F Reilly (Skidmore College, USA)
The Adoption of Open Source Projects in Engineering Education: A Real Software Development Experience
Debora M. C. Nascimento (Federal University of Sergipe & Federal Universtiy of Bahia, Brazil); Roberto A Bittencourt (State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil); Christina von Flach Garcia Chavez (Federal University of Bahia (UFBA), Brazil)
Increasing Motivation of CS1 Non-Majors through an Approach Contextualized by Games and Media
Bianca L Santana and Roberto A Bittencourt (State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil)
Delineating Factors that Influence Student Performance in a Data Structures Course
Halil Bisgin (The University of Michigan - Flint, USA); Murali Mani (University of Michigan Flint, USA); Suleyman Uludag (The University of Michigan - Flint, USA)
Promoting students' social interactions results in an improvement in performance, class attendance and retention in first year computing courses
Candido Cabo (New York City College of Technology/City University of New York, USA); Ashwin Satyanarayana (New York City College of Technology & CUNY, USA)

T2I: WIP - Engineering Education Research

Room: Almaden
Chair: Archie Holmes (University of Virginia, USA)
Work-in-Progress: What Recent Artificial Intelligence Breakthroughs in the Game of GO Mean for Human Learning and Engineering Education
Yuetong Lin (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide, USA); Chris Janke (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA); A. Mehran Shahhosseini (Indiana State University, USA)
Soldier to Student: Exploring the Unique Skills and Challenges Veterans with Disabilities Bring to College
Michael S. Sheppard, Nadia Kellam and Samantha Brunhaver (Arizona State University, USA)
Starting Problems in Mechanical Engineering
Hao Li and Anette Hosoi (MIT, USA)
Turned from knowledge-based to innovation-based: Introduction of Emerging Engineering Education in China
Ying Li (Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P.R. China); Zhang Jiong (Beijing University of Aero. & Astro, P.R. China); Tianyi Qi and Shicheng Yu (Beihang University, P.R. China)
Makerspaces vs Engineering Shops: Initial Undergraduate Student Impressions
Kate Youmans and Idalis Villanueva (Utah State University, USA); Louis Nadelson (University of Central Arkansas, USA); Jana Bouwma-Gearhart and Adam Lenz (Oregon State, USA); Sarah Lanci (Colorado Mesa University, USA)
WIP: Factors Affecting Graduate STEM Student Attrition Rates
Derrick Satterfield, Marissa Tsugawa-Nieves and Adam Kirn (University of Nevada, Reno, USA)
WIP: Influence of Laboratory Group Makeup on Recognition and Identity Development in the Engineering Graduate Student Population
Heather Perkins and Matthew Bahnson (North Carolina State University, USA); Marissa Tsugawa-Nieves and Adam Kirn (University of Nevada, Reno, USA); Cheryl Cass (North Carolina State University, USA)
Influence of Research Experience on Recognition and Identity Development in the Engineering Graduate Student Population
Matthew Bahnson and Heather Perkins (North Carolina State University, USA); Marissa Tsugawa-Nieves and Adam Kirn (University of Nevada, Reno, USA); Cheryl Cass (North Carolina State University, USA)
Integrating Electrical Machines and Antennas via Scalar and Vector Magnetic Potentials; an Approach for Enhancing Undergraduate EM Education
Seemein Shayesteh and Maryam Rahmani (IUPUI, USA); Lauren Christopher (IUPUI & IUPUI, USA); Maher Rizkalla (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA)
Partnerships to Create Synergistic STEM Communities
Ramakrishnan Sundaram (Gannon University, USA)

T2J: WIP - Design Education

Room: Convention Center 211 A
Chair: Tony Clear (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand)
On the impact of STEM sustained actions on the future of young students
Francisco Fernández de Vega (University of Extremadura, Spain); Francisco Chavez (Universidad de Extremadura, Spain); Mª Concepción García Román (Fundación Universidad Sociedad Uex, Spain)
Educating Changemakers: Cross Disciplinary Collaboration Between a School of Engineering and a School of Peace
Gordon Hoople, Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick and Elizabeth Reddy (University of San Diego, USA)
Improving STEM's Calculus education using cross-countries best teaching practices
Serge Yaskolko (CollegeBoard, USA); Genady Ya. Grabarnik (St. John's University, USA); Luiza Kim-Tyan (MIS&S, Russia)
Assessing Learning Behavior and Cognitive Bias from Web Logs
Christopher Stewart and Rashmi Jayathirtha Rao (The Ohio State University, USA)
Teaching Spatial Visualization: A Controlled Trial of a Touchscreen App Implemented as Homework
Gordon Hoople (University of San Diego, USA); Elizabeth Cowan (eGrove Education, LLC, USA); Lelli Van Den Einde (University of California, San Diego & eGrove Education, USA); Jon Tara (eGrove Education, LLC, USA); Nathan Delson (University of California at San Diego & eGrove Education, USA)
Integrating Hardware Prototyping Platforms into the Classroom
Eyhab Al-Masri (University of Washington & UW, USA)
Effectively Transforming Students through First Year Engineering Student Experiences
Noe Vargas Hernandez (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA); Arturo Fuentes (The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA); Stephen Crown (UTRGV, USA)
Student-mentor views on inquiry-based learning: A challenge for designing effective inquiry-based classes with mentors
Neelam Prabhu Gaunkar and Mani Mina (Iowa State University, USA)
A Blended Learning Approach to Enhance Student Learning for an Introductory Power Systems Course
Sangit Sasidhar and Sanjib Sahoo (National University of Singapore, Singapore)

T2K: WIP - Approaches to Student Centered Learning

Room: Convention Center 211B
Chair: Arnold N Pears (KTH Royal Institute of Technology & Uppsala University, Sweden)
Work In Progress: Assessing the Development of Student Outcomes in Project-based Learning Engineering Design and Entrepreneurship Courses
Prateek Shekhar and Cassandra Woodcock (University of Michigan, USA); Aileen Huang-Saad (University of Michigan & University of Michigan, USA)
Effects of immediate feedback using ICT in a CS1 course that implements Mastery Learning
Yolanda Martinez-Trevino (Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico); María Raquel Landa (Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico)
What Belongs in a Computer Science Syllabus?
Mitchell Duncan and James K. Huggins (Kettering University, USA)
Combining Challenge-Based Learning and Design Thinking to Teach Mobile App Development
Kiev Gama (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil); Fernando Castor (CIn/UFPE, Brazil); Pedro Alessio (CAC/UFPE, Brazil); Andre Neves (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil); Cristiano Araujo (UFPE, Brazil); Rafael Formiga and Francisco Soares-Neto (Apple Developer Academy - UFPE, Brazil); Higor Oliveira (CIn/UFPE, Brazil)
Engaging CS1 Students With Project Based Learning
Michael Cassens and Yolanda J Reimer (University of Montana, USA)
Analyzing the effects of a flipped classroom pedagogy on freshmen and sophomore STEM courses
Laura Sullivan-Green (San Jose State University, USA); Paticia Backer (SJSU, USA); Andrew H. Feinstein (University of Northern Colorado, USA)
A Nifty Inter-Class Peer Learning Model for Enhancing Student-Centered Computing Education, and for Generating Student Interests in Co-Curricular Professional Development
Ankur Chattopadhyay (University of Wisconsin - Green Bay (UWGB), USA); Bobby Chindaphone (University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA)
Sustainable Educational Innovation Through Engaged Pedagogy and Organizational Change
Tonya K Frevert (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA); Audrey Rorrer (University of North Carolina at Charlotte & College of Computing and Informatics, USA); Daniel Davis (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA); Celine Latulipe (University of North Carolina at Chalrotte, USA); Mary Lou Maher, Bojan Cukic, Larry Mays and Steven Rogelberg (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA)
Smart Blockchain Badges for Data Science Education
Alexander Mikroyannidis, John Domingue, Michelle Bachler and Kevin Quick (The Open University, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Supervising multidisciplinary final-year engineering students to develop CubeSats with an innovative project management method
Sha Luo and Ai Poh Loh (National University of Singapore, Singapore); Soh Eng Keng (Instructor, Singapore)

Thursday, October 4 3:30 - 5:30

ERM Board Meeting

Room: Willow Glen I

by invitation only

T3A: Special Session - Alternate-Universe FIE: An Engineering Education Conference Session from a World Where the Majority of Engineers are Deaf

Room: Convention Center 211 D
Alternate-universe FIE: an engineering education conference session from a world where the majority of engineers are Deaf
Mel Chua (Rochester Institute of Technology & National Technical Institute for the Deaf, USA); Ian Smith (Project Alloy, USA); Samir Jain (Abbott Structural Heart, USA)

T3B: Special Session - Innovative Computing Curricula and the CC2020 Project

Room: Convention Center 211C
Innovative Computing Curricula and the CC2020 Project
John Impagliazzo (Hofstra University, USA); Alison Clear (EIT, New Zealand); Stephen Frezza (Gannon University, USA)

T3C: Primary & Secondary (pK-12) STEM Education

Room: Willow Glen II
Chair: Soraya Cardenas (Cascadia College & Wild Noodle Corp., USA)
Spatial abilities in early childhood
Vyshnavi Malathi Ramesh (Independent Reseacher, USA)
Using the Experiential Learning Model to Introduce K-12 Teachers to Control Systems Engineering
Mounir Ben Ghalia (The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA); Miguel Ramirez (Edinburg Independent School District, USA); Gordon Moore (Sharyland Independent School District, USA)
A Middle-School Case Study: Piloting A Novel Visual Privacy Themed Module for Teaching Societal and Human Security Topics Using Social Media Apps
Ankur Chattopadhyay, David Christian, Adam Ulman and Caleb Sawyer (University of Wisconsin - Green Bay (UWGB), USA)
Designing for all: Exploring Gender Diversity and Engagement with Digital Educational Games by Young People
Opeyemi Dele-Ajayi, Rebecca Strachan, Alison Pickard and Jonathan Sanderson (Northumbria University, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
A Mapping Study of Computational Thinking and Programming in Brazilian K-12 Education
Priscila S C Santos (State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil); Luis Gustavo J Araujo (UEFS - Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Brazil); Roberto A Bittencourt (State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil)
Contextualized Spiral Learning of Computer Programming in Brazilian Vocational Secondary Education
Luis Gustavo J Araujo (UEFS - Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Brazil); Roberto A Bittencourt and David M B Santos (State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil)

T3D: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education

Room: Willow Glen III
Chair: Nathan Canney (CYS Structural Engineers Inc., USA)
Investigating the Benefits of Introducing Process-Oriented Life Cycle Development Models to Improve Students Appreciation for Agile Methods
Omar Ochoa, Miralda Rodney and Massood Towhidnejad (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA); Salamah Salamah (UTEP, USA)
Augmenting the teacher's perspective on programming student's performance via permanent monitoring
Nuno Gil Fonseca (College of Technology and Management of Oliveira do Hospital, Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra & Center for Informatics and Systems of the University of Coimbra, Portugal); Luis Macedo (CISUC, Portugal); Maria José Marcelino (University of Coimbra, Portugal); António José Mendes (University of Coimbra & Center for Informatics and Systems - University of Coimbra, Portugal)
A hackathon methodology for undergraduate course projects
Kiev Gama (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil); Breno Gonçalves and Filipe C A Calegario (UFPE, Brazil); Andre Neves (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil); Pedro Alessio (CAC/UFPE, Brazil)
A Spiral Bilingual-Programming Approach for Teaching Concurrency and Parallelism
Dhananjai M. Rao (Miami University, USA)
MIDOAA: Inclusive Model for Development of Accessible Learning Objects
Andreza Mourão and José Francisco Magalhães, Netto (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil)
Framework for Teaching evaluation
Divya Nalla (Nalla Malla Reddy Engineering College, India)

T3E: Professional Skills

Room: Guadalupe
Chair: Zhaohong Wang (California State University, Chico, USA)
Service-Oriented Business Design for IT Students
Blagovesta Pirelli (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland); Alain Wegmann (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland)
The Gap Between Engineering Schools And Industry: A Strategic Initiative
Kamel Alboaouh (Colorado School of Mines, USA)
Mini-Case Study Pedagogy: Experience from a Technical Course in an Information Systems Program
Venky Shankararaman (Singapore Management University & School of Information Systems, Singapore); Swapna Gottipati and Alan Megargel (Singapore Management University, Singapore)
Authentic Knowledge, Learning Outcomes, and Professional Identity: A Mixed-Methods Study of a Successful Engineering Course
Claudia Interiano, Peter T. Tkacik and Jerry Dahlberg (University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA); Jae Hoon Lim (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA)
Who I Am Becoming, Now: Toward a Computer Science Professional Identity Instrument
Richard Parker (University of Colorado at Boulder, USA)
Investigating the Intersection of Career Aspirations and Engineering Beliefs in First Year Engineering Students
Jacqueline A Rohde and Dina Verdín (Purdue University, USA); Jacqueline Doyle (Florida International University, USA); Allison Godwin (Purdue University, USA); Adam Kirn (University of Nevada, Reno, USA); Lisa Benson (Clemson University & Clemson University, USA); Geoff Potvin (Florida International University, USA)

T3F: Learning Analytics

Room: Blossom Hill I
Chair: Pramod Pathak (National College of Ireland, Ireland)
Automatic Identification of Ineffective Online Student Questions in Computing Education
Qiang Hao (Western Washington University, USA); April Galyardt (Carnegie Mellon University, USA); Bradley Barnes and Robert Branch (University of Georgia, USA); Ewan Wright (University of Hong Kong, USA)
Generative Model of Knowledge Gaps Discovery from Multiple Choice Tests
Dymitr Ruta (Etisalat British Telecom Innovation Centre, United Arab Emirates); Yousef Abosalem (Khalifa University of Science and Technology, United Arab Emirates); Ling Cen (EBTIC, Khalifa University, United Arab Emirates)
SUFAT - An Analytics Tool for Gaining Insights from Student Feedback Comments
Siddhant Pyasi and Swapna Gottipati (Singapore Management University, Singapore); Venky Shankararaman (Singapore Management University & School of Information Systems, Singapore)
From Explaining How Random Forest Classifier Predicts Learning of Software Engineering Teamwork to Guidance for Educators
Dragutin Petkovic (San Francisco State University, USA); Rainer Todtenhoefer (Fulda University of Applied Sciences, Germany); Sabiha Barlaskar and Jizhou Yang (San Francisco State University, USA)
Student Reflection to Improve Access to Standards-Based Grading Feedback
Heidi A. Diefes-Dux and Laura Cruz (Purdue University, USA)
The Integration of Data Analytics to Assess Multi-Complex Environments of Research to Practices in Engineering Education
Willie L. Brown, Jr, I Dabipi, Lei Zhang, Weiwei Zhu and Dinesh Sharma (University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA); Ellis Lawrence (Elizabeth City State University, USA); Yuanwei Jin (University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA)

T3G: Engineering Education Research

Room: Blossom Hill II
Chair: Jillian J. Seniuk Cicek (University of Manitoba & Centre for Engineering Professional Practice and Engineering Education, Canada)
Measuring Self-Efficacy in Diverse First-Year Engineering Students Exposed to Entrepreneurial Minded Learning
James Thomas, Jessica Houston and Laura Boucheron (New Mexico State University, USA)
Influence of Internships on Engineering Students' Attitudes about Socially Responsible Engineering
Greg Rulifson (Colorado School of Mines, USA); Angela Bielefeldt (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)
Butting Heads: Competition and Posturing in a Paired Programming Team
John Uhlar and Stephen Secules (University of Georgia, USA)
Topical Concerns and Critical Questions Engineering Students Want/Need Answers To: Dependence on Key Groups
A case for the student researcher: Expanding the role of undergraduate research in the professional formation of engineers
Kathryn Youngblood, Julie Roseberry, Aubree Van Winkle and Nicola Sochacka (University of Georgia, USA); Linda Vanasupa (California Polytechnic State University SLO, USA); Carol Thurman (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA); Patrice Torcivia Prusko (Cornell University, USA)
A Structural Equation Model Analysis of Computing Identity Sub-Constructs and Student Academic Persistence
Mohsen Taheri, Monique Ross, Zahra Hazari and Mark Weiss (Florida International University, USA); Michael Georgiopoulos (University of Central Florida, USA); Ken Christensen (University of South Florida, USA); Atalie Garcia, Deepa Chari and Tiana Solis (Florida International University, USA)

T3I: Curriculum Design

Room: Almaden
Chair: Reiner Martens (University of New Mexico, USA)
A survey on graduates' curriculum-based knowledge gaps in software testing
Lilian Passos Scatalon (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Maria Lydia Fioravanti (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Jorge Marques Prates (University of Sao Paulo & University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil); Rogério Garcia (São Paulo State University & Faculty of Science and Technology, Brazil); Ellen Barbosa (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
Trade-offs in curriculum design: Implementation of an integrated curriculum in chemical engineering
Jennifer Case (Virginia Tech, USA & University of Cape Town, South Africa); Hilton Heydenrych (University of Cape Town, South Africa)
Experience-Based Lecture of Vibration Engineering Using Dual Scale Experiments: Feeling the Free Vibration of 5,600-ton Seismic Building and Controlling the Vibration of Scale-Down Experimental Model
Kohei Yamaguchi (Nagoya University & Graduate School of Engineering, Japan); Susumu Hara (Nagoya University, Japan)
Learning to think like a trainer: bringing Scratch for Educational Sciences professional's formation
Ricardo Almeida (Center of Social Support of Parents and Friends of School, Portugal); Anabela Gomes (Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra & University of Coimbra, Portugal); Maria Pessoa (University of Coimbra, Portugal)
Evolving a Data Structures Class Toward Inclusive Success
Celine Latulipe (University of North Carolina at Chalrotte, USA); Stephen MacNeil (UNC at Charlotte & Purdue University, USA); Brian Thompson (UNC at Charlotte, USA)
Integration of an electrical engineering capstone course with social justice and global studies
David Parent (San Jose State University, USA); Paticia Backer (SJSU, USA)

T3J: WIP - First & Second Year programs

Room: Convention Center 211 A
Chair: Albatool Alamri (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign & University of Jeddah, USA)
Learning and academic success in engineering courses: Comparing 1st year students according to gender
Rosa Maria Vasconcelos (Minho University, Portugal); Leandro Almeida (University of Minho, Portugal)
Engineering Identities of Chemical and Industrial Majors After Students' First Year
Jacqueline McNeil (University of Louisville & Speed School of Engineering, USA); Erin L Gerber, Gerold Willing and Mary E Mills (University of Louisville, USA)
Challenges in Designing a Mentorship Program for Electrical Engineering Freshmen
Branimir Pejcinovic and Melinda Holtzman (Portland State University, USA)
Sustainable Change in a First-Year Engineering Program
Jon Sticklen, A J Hamlin, Amber Kemppainen and Brett Hamlin (Michigan Technological University, USA); Doug Oppliger (Michigan Technoligical University, USA)
Effects of Cornerstone Design Experience on Innovative Behavior and Perceptions in engineering for First-Year Engineering Students
Jac Leung (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong)
Examining Software Design Projects in a First-Year Engineering Course: The Impact of the Project Type on Programming Complexity and Programming Fundamentals Required
Krista M. Kecskemety, Zachary Dix and Benjamin Kott (The Ohio State University, USA)
DCLab: A Web-based System for Digital Logic Experiment Teaching
Yuhui Ding, ShanShan Li, Jinghan Liu and Xiaojun Wu (Tsinghua University, P.R. China)
Improving First-Year Engineering Students' Design and Teamwork Skills
Jale Ulas (SJSU, USA); Farshid Marbouti (San Jose State University, USA)
An Approach to Assessing Learning Outcomes over Consecutive Courses in the Study Entry Phase
Irene Rothe (Bonn-Rhine-Sieg University, Germany); Marco Winzker and Cathleen Salega (Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

T3K: Ed. WIP - Distance, Open & Flexible Education & Approaches to Interdisciplinary Education

Room: Convention Center 211B
Chair: Leônidas O Brandão (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
How do Academics Experience Use of Recorded Audio Feedback in Higher Education? A Thematic Analysis
Anneli Heimbürger, Ville Isomottonen and Paavo Nieminen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland); Harri Keto (Tampere University of Technology, Unit of Pori, Finland)
The Open Networking Lab: Hands-on Vocational Learning in Computer Networking
Promoting Student Completion in a MOOC on Information Theory
Celia Xiaoxi Lyu, Rosanna Yuen-Yan Chan and Raymond W. Yeung (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Dysgu: A Mobile-Based Adaptive System to Redesign Out-of-class Activities
Muztaba Fuad (Winston-Salem State University, USA); Monika Akbar (University of Texas at El Paso, USA); Lynn R. Zubov (Winston-Salem State University, USA)
Online Machine Learning Experiments in HTML5
Abhinav Dixit and Uday Shankar Shanthamallu (Arizona State University, USA); Andreas Spanias (ASU / SenSIP Center / School of ECEE, USA); Visar Berisha (Arizona State University, USA); Mahesh Banavar (Clarkson University, USA)
Mobile apps for Incorporating Science and Engineering Practices in K-12 STEM Labs
Mahesh Banavar, Seema Rivera and Dana Barry (Clarkson University, USA)
Lab-as-a-Service (LaaS): A Middleware Approach for Internet-Accessible Laboratories
Eyhab Al-Masri (University of Washington & UW, USA)
Actively Engage Students with Diverse Background Using a More Personalized Approach
Jiaofei Zhong (California State University, East Bay, USA)
Engineering teachers' approaches to design and deliver inclusive teaching in flexible learning spaces
Linda Barman (KTH, Royal Institute of Technology & Karolinska Institutet, Sweden); Ida Naimi-Akbar (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Cormac McGrath (Stockholm University, Sweden); Maria Weurlander (KTH, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

Thursday, October 4 4:00 - 5:30

T3H: Panel - Student Self-Perceptions Regarding Their First Position After Graduation: What Are They and How Do We Help?

Room: Blossom Hill III
Panel: Student Self-Perceptions Regarding Their First Position After Graduation: What Are They and How Do We Help?
Cheryl Carrico and Holly Matusovich (Virginia Tech, USA); Jinny Rhee (San Jose State University, USA); Samantha Brunhaver (Arizona State University, USA); Sheri Sheppard and Helen L. Chen (Stanford University, USA)

Friday, October 5

Friday, October 5 8:30 - 10:00

Plenary Speaker: Cynthia Stoddard, Senior VP and CIO, Adobe Systems Incorporated

Room: San Jose Ballroom

Title: Shattering Stereotypes

Most fulfilling career journeys are not scripted or orchestrated. They are dynamic and fluid and always evolving. Adobe CIO, Cynthia Stoddard, explains her career journey as a mix of ambition, education and opportunity. With a 25-year career in IT spanning various industries as well as positions from programmer trainee to head of IT, Stoddard had a breadth of experiences from which she built a successful career. In her talk, Stoddard will share insights on how she shattered workplace stereotypes, address the skills needed for the next wave of tech innovation, and offer advice for educators to help their students grow their careers.

As senior vice president and chief information officer of Adobe, Cynthia Stoddard oversees Adobe's global Information Technology team. In her leadership role, Cynthia spearheads a global strategy for delivering services that form the mission-critical backbone for the company. This includes providing always-on systems and enterprise applications that enable us to run Adobe's business; delivering productivity to employees everywhere; and providing the information and data services for real-time decision making and personalized customer experiences.

Friday, October 5 10:00 - 1:00

IEEE Education Society Strategic Planning Meeting

Room: Silicon Valley Board Room

by invitation only

Friday, October 5 10:00 - 12:00

Exhibitor Showcase: eGrove Education

Room: Willow Glen I

Topic: Spatial Vis Classroom™: A sketching app with automatic grading to teach spatial visualization skills to introductory engineering students.

Spatial visualization (SV) refers to the ability to manipulate geometric shapes in one's mind and is important in many STEM fields. Studies have shown that SV skills are learnable, and SV training can increase GPAs and graduate rates in engineering. Additionally, sketching has been shown to be an important part of increasing 3D visualization skills, which is key for creativity and team communication. However, few engineering curricula include SV training, and adding new content to an already full program can be difficult. The Spatial Vis Classroom™ App, developed by eGrove Education, was designed with the potential to teach SV training outside of scheduled class time. It allows for freehand sketches of isometric and orthographic assignments to be graded automatically and for hints to be provided when needed. The Spatial Vis Classroom app has been tested in a number of trials at universities across the country and has been shown to be an engaging and effective tool in improving SV skills. The app runs on iOS and Android devices.

This showcase will provide an overview of the benefits and best practices of using the Spatial Vis app in your college first year engineering or introduction to computer graphics courses. In addition to a demo of the Spatial Vis Classroom app, participants will be able to download a trial version of the software to their own devices and test out their own SV skills. You won't want to miss it!

F1A: Special Session - Put Me in Coach! Developing a Design Playbook for Instructors to Help Engineering Students Do Design

Room: Convention Center 211 D
Special Session: Put me in coach! Developing a design playbook for instructors to help engineering students do design
Alexandra C Strong (Florida International University, USA); Micah Lande (Arizona State University & Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, USA); Robin Adams (Purdue University, USA)

F1B: Special Session - Meet the Engineering Education Pioneers: Panel & Roundtable

Room: Convention Center 211C
Meet the Engineering Education Pioneers - Panel & Roundtable
Samantha Brunhaver and Adam R Carberry (Arizona State University, USA); Jeremi London (Virginia Tech, USA); Ken Yasuhara, Cheryl Allendoerfer and Cynthia Atman (University of Washington, USA); Jennifer Case (Virginia Tech, USA & University of Cape Town, South Africa); Cynthia J Finelli (University of Michigan, USA); Ann McKenna (Arizona State University, USA); Wendy Newstetter (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA); Sheri Sheppard (Stanford University, USA); Karl Smith (University of Minnesota & Purdue University, USA); Jennifer Turns (University of Washington, USA); Karan Watson (Texas A&M University, USA)

F1C: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education

Room: Willow Glen II
Chair: Vinitha Hannah Subburaj (West Texas A&M University, USA)
Using Multiple Active Teaching-Learning Approaches in Software Project Management: A longitudinal analysis of students' motivation and learning
Pablo Schoeffel (Federal University of Santa Catarina & University of Santa Catarina State, Brazil); Raul Wazlawick and Vinicius Faria Culmant Ramos (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil)
An Experience Report on the Use of Experience Maps and Sketches in a Database Course Project
Alexandra Martinez (Universidad de Costa Rica & Escuela de Ciencias de la Computación e Informática, Costa Rica)
Integrating Hackathons with Software Engineering courses: Best practices and Lessons Learned
Amir Zeid (American University of Kuwait, Kuwait)
Evaluating the Influence of PBL on the Development of Soft Skills in a Computer Engineering Undergraduate Program
Felipe Barros (UEFS - Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Brazil); Roberto A Bittencourt (State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil)
Development of a placement exam to increase student success in a junior level circuits and systems class
David Parent (San Jose State University, USA)

F1D: Engineering Education Research

Room: Willow Glen III
Chair: Muztaba Fuad (Winston-Salem State University, USA)
An Ethnographic Investigation into the Development of Engineers Without Borders USA Students During the Monitoring and Maintenance of a Potable Water System in Peru
Sarah Savage and Daniel Knight (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)
Developing Postdoctoral Scholar and Graduate Student Mentorship Ability
Zhen Zhao and Adam R Carberry (Arizona State University, USA)
Assessing the Demand of Problems in an Undergraduate Electrical Engineering Course
Presentacion Rivera-Reyes (University at Buffalo SUNY, USA); Lance C. Pérez and Thomas Delahunty (University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA)
Engineers' imaginaries of "the public": Content analysis of reader reactions to an environmental injustice controversy
Nathan Canney (CYS Structural Engineers Inc., USA); Yanna Lambrinidou (Virginia Tech, USA)
Exploration of Relationships between Conformity to Masculine Social Norms and Demographic Characteristics
Usenime Akpanudo and James Huff (Harding University, USA); Allison Godwin (Purdue University, USA)
The Relationship Between Demographic Characteristics and Engagement in an Undergraduate Engineering Online Forum

F1E: Professional Skills

Room: Guadalupe
Chair: Richard Parker (University of Colorado at Boulder, USA)
Internationalization Project to Face the Uncertainties of Work Market
Claudio R Brito (Science and Education Research Organization, Portugal); Melany M Ciampi (Safety, Health and Environment Research Organization & President, Portugal); Henrique M. D. Santos (University of Minho, Portugal); Rosa Maria Vasconcelos (Minho University, Portugal); Luis Amaral (University of Minho - ALGORITMI, Portugal); Victor Barros (Science and Education Research Organization, Brazil)
Doctor of Professional Studies in Computing: A Categorization of Applied Industry Research
Using Real Industry Projects for an Assignment of a Master Level Course
Xiaosong Li (Unitec Institute of Technology, New Zealand); Bahman A. Sarrafpour (Unitec Institute of Technology & Broadpak Corporation, New Zealand)
Effects of Professional Development on Programming Knowledge and Self-Efficacy
Yolanda J Reimer and Lisa M Blank (University of Montana, USA); Jeffrey Braun (Montana Tech, USA); Michael Coe (CedarLake Research Group, USA)
Industry and Academia Partnership for Short-time High-level Qualification
Jose Reginaldo Hughes Carvalho (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil); Auri Vincenzi (UFG, Brazil); José Maldonado (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Marcel Gonçalves (SIDIA, Brazil)
Investigation into the Use of Learning Agreements to Enhance Stakeholder Engagement and Promote Self-Efficacy in Computing Education
Roger McDermott (Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Mats Daniels (Uppsala University, Sweden); Mark Zarb and William Ballew (Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Tony Clear (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand)

F1F: Ed. Infrastructure & Technologies for Engineering Education

Room: Blossom Hill I
Chair: Julia E. Calabrese (Texas A&M University, USA)
An Empirical Investigation on a Pedagogical Pattern Language for Mobile Learning Applications
Maria Lydia Fioravanti and Camila Oliveira (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Lilian Passos Scatalon (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Ellen Barbosa (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
An environment for teaching enterprise software evolution: using playful techniques with robotics
João Ricardo Moreno Camilo, Alexandre L'Erario and José Augusto Fabri (Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, Brazil)
A comparative analysis of the automatic modeling of Learning Styles through Machine Learning techniques
Lucas Ferreira, Gabriel S. Souza, Andre Carvalho and Jose Rodrigues, Jr (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Teaching with Video Assistance in Embedded Real-Time Operating System
Zhaohong Wang, Kathleen Meehan and Jing Guo (California State University, Chico, USA)
Accessibility in mobile applications for elderly users: a systematic mapping
Camila Oliveira and Maria Lydia Fioravanti (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Renata Pontin M. Fortes (ICMC - University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Ellen Barbosa (University of São Paulo, Brazil)
Quadcopter Drones - Beyond the Hobby
Nagy Bengiamin (California State University Fresno, USA)

F1G: Curriculum Design

Room: Blossom Hill II
Chair: David Reeping (Virginia Tech, USA)
Reimagining and Empowering the Design of Projects: A Project-Based Learning Goals Framework
Jonathan Stolk (Olin College, USA); Robert Martello (Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, USA)
Evaluating the effect of different teamwork training interventions on the quality of peer evaluations
Daniel M Ferguson (Purdue University, USA & EDI GROUP Canada, Canada); Matthew W Ohland, Chad Lally, Hilda Somnooma and Yuchen Cao (Purdue University, USA)
Beyond Surveys: Analyzing Software Development Artifacts to Assess Teaching Efforts
Christoph Matthies (Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany); Ralf Teusner (Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering, Germany); Guenter Hesse (Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany)
Evaluation of Instructional Module Development System
Vaishnavi Raj and Preston Goulet (Arizona State Universtiy, USA); Srividya K Bansal (Arizona State University, USA)
Project-Based Learning in Digital Fundamentals Course Using FPGAs
Dingjuan Chua, Jieyi Gao, Massimo Alioto, Yong Ping Xu and Sangit Sasidhar (National University of Singapore, Singapore)

F1H: Approaches to Student Centered Learning

Room: Blossom Hill III
Chair: Jaspal Subhlok (University of Houston, USA)
Systematic Literature Review of Students' Affective Responses to Active Learning: Overview of Results
Maura Borrego (University of Texas at Austin, USA); Kevin Nguyen (University of Texas, USA); Caroline Crockett (University of Michigan, USA); Matt DeMonbrun (University of Michigan & School of Education, USA); Prateek Shekhar (University of Michigan, USA); Sneha Tharayil (University of Texas, USA); Cynthia J Finelli (University of Michigan, USA); Robyn Rosenberg (Harvard University, USA); Cindy Waters (NCA&T State University, USA)
Flipping Unplugged: An Experience Report
James K. Huggins (Kettering University, USA)
The Thinking Line - A documentation method to improve students' success in applied Mathematics
Reiner Martens (University of New Mexico, USA)
Computer Science students' experience of reflecting on Team Leadership - A case study of a student- centered course on communication
David Haselberger and Renate Motschnig (University of Vienna & Faculty of Computer Science, Austria)
Applying PBL in Teaching Programming: an Experience Report
Simone Santos (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil); Éden Santana, Lucas Santana, Pedro Rossi, Lucas Cardoso, Ullayne Fernandes, Claudio Carvalho and Pedro Tôrres (UFPE, Brazil)
Student-Centered Classrooms in Engineering Education: Concept and Evaluation of a Learning Office for Software Development and Applied Mathematics
Dominik Dolezal (TGM - Vienna Institute of Technology & University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien, Austria); Alexandra Posekany (Danube University Krems, Austria); Lisa Vittori and Gottfried Koppensteiner (TGM - Vienna Institute of Technology, Austria); Renate Motschnig (University of Vienna & Faculty of Computer Science, Austria)

F1I: Diversity & Inclusivity - Working Together With All Abilities

Room: Almaden
Chair: Elizabeth Pluskwik (Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA)
Facilitating Intercultural Development: Preparing Future Engineers for Multidisciplinary Teams and Multicultural Environments
Darshini Render, Horane Holgate and Charles Calahan (Purdue University, USA)
A framework to foster diversity in collaborative activities
Leandro Luque (Sao Paulo State Technological College, Brazil); Leônidas O Brandão (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Anarosa A. F. Brandão (Universidade de São Paulo & Escola Politécnica, Brazil)
Glossary of computational terms as a stimulus to programming logic: a case study with deaf students
Rafael Granada (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil); Regina Barwaldt and Danúbia Espíndola (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande - FURG, Brazil)
Teaching Algorithms for Visually Impaired and Blind Students Using Physical Flowcharts and Screen Readers
Rodolfo Miranda Pereira (Pontifical Catholic University of Parana (PUC-PR) and Federal Institute of Parana (IFPR), Brazil); Felippe Silva (State University of Maringa (UEM), Brazil); Carlos Silla (Pontificia Universidade Católica do Paraná, Brazil)
Contextual analysis of engineering student academic success at a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI)
Farshid Marbouti and Julia Thompson (San Jose State University, USA); Jale Ulas (SJSU, USA)
Doctoral Degree Completion: Black women and the role of faculty
Cathy Howell (University of North Carolina at Charlotte & Cato College of Education, USA)

F1J: WIP - Student Beliefs, Motivation, & Persistence

Room: Convention Center 211 A
Chair: Julia Thompson (San Jose State University, USA)
Justifications on the behavior in relation to the consumption of electric power at home and at work: a qualitative analysis
F. Mota (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil); Viviani Kwecko (FURG, Brazil); Fernando Pereira de Tolêdo (Furg, Brazil); Sam Devincenzi (FURG, Brazil); Pedro Núñez (Universidad de Extremadura, European Union); S. Botelho (FURG, Brazil)
WIP: Testing an Integrated framework of Motivation and Identity in a Doctoral Engineering Context
Marissa Tsugawa-Nieves (University of Nevada, Reno, USA); Heather Perkins and Cheryl Cass (North Carolina State University, USA); Adam Kirn (University of Nevada, Reno, USA)
Basic Psychological Need Fulfillment by Gender in Team Environments
Emily Miller and Reid Bailey (University of Virginia, USA)
Using neuroeducation methods to compare engineering student performance on linear and systems tasks
Elise Barrella (Wake Forest University, USA); Charles Cowan, II (Wake Forest University); Justyn Girdner and Robin Anderson (James Madison University, USA); Mary Katherine Watson (The Citadel, USA)
Motivation Centered Learning
Thomas Fuhrmann (OTH Regensburg, Germany)
Applying Stages of Change in an Academic Context to Help Students Adopt Healthy Learning Dispositions and Behaviors
Dong San Choi (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA); Michael C. Loui (Purdue University, USA)
WIP: Exploration of First-Year Students' Social Networks to Complete Engineering Homework
Emily Diehl and Courtney J Faber (University of Tennessee, USA)
An innovative teaching approach in Engineering Education to impart reflective digitization competences
Brit-Maren Block (Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Germany)
Why make it? Understanding undergraduate engineering students' conceptions for the purpose of prototyping in engineering design activities
Hadi Ali (Arizona State University, USA); Micah Lande (Arizona State University & Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, USA)

F1K: WIP - Computer-Based Learning & Courseware Technologies

Room: Convention Center 211B
Chair: Vimal Viswanathan (San Jose State University, USA)
Major Upgrade of the Presentation Education Assistance System (PEAS) and its Extensive Application to Educational Fields
Junko Toyoshima (Hosei University & Seikei University, Japan); Soichiro Fujii and Yuji Tokiwa (Hosei University, Japan)
The Impact of Adding an Interactive Textbook on Student Performance and Satisfaction in a Freshman Introduction to Programming Course
Susan Schneider, Chandana Tamma and Chris Perez (Marquette University, USA)
Deepening e-Learning through Social-Collaborative Intelligence
Matthew Montebello (University of Malta, Malta); Bill Cope, Mary Kalantzis, Tabassum Amina, Duane Searsmith, Anastasia Tzirides and Samaa Haniya (University of Illinois, USA)
Student and Faculty Reflections After Using MathWorks' Cody Coursework in a Control Systems Course
Rebecca Reck (Kettering University & University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
Can Virtual Reality Enhance Learning: A Case Study in Materials Science
Raspberry Pi based learning center usage tracking system for optimal resource allocation
Aneet Dharmavaram Narendranath (Michigan Technological University, USA)
A Low Stakes Introduction to Computer Programming
Lori Carter (Point Loma Nazarene University, USA)
Building a Music Player: Teaching Operating Systems Concepts via an Arduino-Powered Music Player
John Seng (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, USA)
Separation of syntax and problem solving in Introductory Computer Programming
Analysing Students' Scratch Programs and Addressing Issues using Elementary Patterns
Kashif Amanullah and Tim Bell (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)

Friday, October 5 1:00 - 4:00

IEEE Education Society Board of Governors Meeting

Room: Almaden

by invitation only

Friday, October 5 1:00 - 3:00

F2A: Special Session - See Something, Say Something: Redirecting Stories for Organizational Change

Room: Convention Center 211 D
Special Session: See Something, Say Something: Redirecting Stories for Organizational Change
Jennifer Karlin (Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA); Cheryl Allendoerfer (Shoreline Community College, USA); Rebecca Bates (Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA); Dan Ewert (North Dakota State University, USA); Ron Ulseth (Iron Range Engineering & Itasca Community College & Aalborg University, USA)

F2B: Special Session - Developing an Effective Propagation Plan for Educational Innovations

Room: Convention Center 211C
Developing an Effective Propagation Plan for Educational Innovations
Jeffrey E Froyd (The Ohio State University, USA)

F2C: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education

Room: Willow Glen II
Chair: Steve Chenoweth (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA)
Learning Outcome Outcomes: An Evaluation of Quality
Daniel Sigurgeirsson and Marta Lárusdóttir (Reykjavik University, Iceland); Mohammad Hamdaga (Reykjavik University, Sweden); Mats Daniels (Uppsala University, Sweden); Björn Jónsson (Reykjavík University, Iceland)
The Constantly Evolving Freshman Engineering Course: The Case of the DualShock4 Game Controller to Increase Engagement with Laboratory Exercises for an Introductory Problem Solving Course
Julie Rursch and Paul Pfister (Iowa State University, USA); Andy Luse (Oklahoma State University, USA); Tyler Tran (Iowa State University, USA)
Faculty Apprentice as a Mentorship Model for Engineering Graduate Students interested in Teaching
Rohit Kandakatla (Purdue University, USA); Juan D Ortega-Alvarez (Purdue University, USA & Universidad EAFIT, Colombia); Ruth Streveler (Purdue University, USA); Karl Smith (University of Minnesota & Purdue University, USA)
Exploring Experiential Learning Model and Risk Management Process for an Undergraduate Software Architecture Course
Ouh Eng Lieh (Singapore Management University, Singapore); Yunghans Irawan (National University Of Singapore, Singapore)
Improving the Teaching of Vector Group Three-Phase Transformer by Integrating Software and Hardware Tools into a Classroom
Prechanon Kumkratug (Kasetsart University at Sriracha Campus, Thailand)

F2D: Innovation & Creativity

Room: Willow Glen III
Chair: Asad Azemi (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Enhancing Stanford Design Thinking for Kids with Digital Technologies - A Participatory Action Research Approach to Challenge-Based Learning
Renate Motschnig (University of Vienna & Faculty of Computer Science, Austria); Daniel Pfeiffer (University of Vienna, Austria); Anna Gawin and Peter Gawin (DaVinciLab, Austria); Lisa Streli (University of Vienna, Austria); Michael Steiner (Pedagogical University Vienna, Austria)
Getting things done in academia: The challenges with institutional bureaucracy & the need for project management
Angela Goldenstein, Elizabeth Wirtz and Edward Berger (Purdue University, USA)
Don't Leave Anyone Behind: Achieving Team Performance Through Diversity
Ewa Andrejczuk (IIIA-CSIC & CMT SL, Spain); Juan Rodriguez-Aguilar (IIIA-CSIC, Spain); Carles Sierra (Spanish Research Council, Spain); Carme Roig (Ministry of Education, Spain); Yolanda Parejo Romero (Institut Mare de Déu de la Mercè, Spain)
Engineering Emotion: Students Tell Stories about the Costs of Being Innovative
Barbara A. Karanian and Andrew Parlier (Stanford University, USA); Ville Taajamaa (University of Turku, Finland); Gloria Monaghan (Wentworth Institute of Technology, USA)
Towards Innovative Teaching with Educational Persuasive Interfaces
Raquel Leite (Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil); Regina Barwaldt (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande - FURG, Brazil); Danúbia Espíndola (Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil); Marcelo Pias (Cambridge University, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Extended ADDIE Model for improved Distance Learning Courses
Fernando Constancio (Universidade de Brasília & Laboratório Latitude, Brazil); Maria F. K. B. Couras (Universidade de Brasília - UnB & Campus Universitário Darcy Ribeiro, Brasília, Brazil); Danielle Nogueira (Universidade de Brasília, Brazil); João Paulo Carvalho Lustosa da Costa (Universidade de Brasília (UnB), Brazil); Mateus R Zanatta, Rafael Timoteo de Sousa Junior and Stela Faiad (University of Brasilia, Brazil); Natalia Teixeira (National School of Public Administration - Enap, Brazil)

F2E: Engineering Education Research

Room: Guadalupe
Chair: Nikhil Yadav (St. John's University, USA)
Breaking down the Laboratory Supertype Conflation
Joshua Burridge and David Lowe (The University of Sydney, Australia)
Opportunities for Natural Language Processing in Qualitative Engineering Education Research: Two Examples
Catherine Berdanier, Eric Baker, Weiqin Wang and Christopher McComb (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Hierarchies of Understanding for Human Learning
Scott Carpenter (CognitiveCybernetics.com, USA); Catherine Liu (Compasspoint Mentorship, USA); Weixun Cao (Arixin Electronics, Inc., USA); Allen Yao (Compasspoint Mentorship, USA)
A review of literature on connections between engineering education and cognitive development in K-12 students
Joshua Garcia Sheridan (Virginia Tech, USA)
Collaborative Survey Construction for National Data Collection: Coordination, Negotiation, and Delivery
Edward Berger, Allison Godwin and Matthew Scheidt (Purdue University, USA); John Chen (California Polytechnic State University, USA); Ryan Senkpeil (Purdue, USA); Julianna Ge (Purdue University, USA); Brian Self and James Widmann (California Polytechnic State University, USA); Ann Gates (University of Texas at El Paso, USA)
Graduate student program of Electrical Engineering based on Industry-University Cooperation
Guangwei Xue (Beihang University, P.R. China & Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Shaoping Wang and Xingjian Wang (Beihang University, P.R. China); Sergio A Pignari (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Mileta Tomovic (Old Dominion University, USA)

F2F: Student Beliefs, Motivation, & Persistence

Room: Blossom Hill I
Chair: Ahmed Ibrahim (Johns Hopkins University, USA)
Establishing an Agile Mindset and Culture for Workforce Preparedness: A Baseline Study
Gerald Gannod (Tennessee Technological University, USA); William Eberle (Tennessee Tech University, USA); Robert Cooke (Human Synergistics, USA); Doug Talbert (Tn Tech, USA); Kathy Hagler (K2ohSolutions, USA); Kathy Opp (K2OH Solutions, USA); Jasmin Baniya (Tennessee Technological University, USA)
Examining Self-Efficacy and Growth Mindset in an Introductory Computing Course
James Pembridge and Kelsey J Rodgers (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA)
The Influence Parent Socialization and School Environment has on African-American Adolescent Males' Mathematics Self-Efficacy and Engineering Career Trajectory
David Barnes and Odis Johnson Jr. (Washington University in Saint Louis, USA)
Students' Perceptions of Applying Real-world Problem Solving in Computer Science Education
Deller Ferreira (Federal University of Goias, Brazil); Tatiane F. N. Melo (Federal University of Goiás, Brazil); Ana Paula Ambrosio (Federal University of Goias, Brazil); Tiago Nogueira (IGMT, Brazil); Matheus R. D. Ullmann (Federal University of Goiás, Brazil)
Identification of Pre-University Factors that Affect the Initial Motivation of Students in Computing Programs: A multi-institutional case study
Pablo Schoeffel (Federal University of Santa Catarina & University of Santa Catarina State, Brazil); Vinicius Faria Culmant Ramos and Raul Wazlawick (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil); Adilson Vahldick (University of Coimbra & Santa Catarina State University, Portugal); Marcelo de Souza (Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina, Brazil)
What Matters to My Future: STEM Int-her-est and Expectations

F2G: Learning Analytics

Room: Blossom Hill II
Chair: Cory Brozina (Youngstown State University, USA)
A Principled Approach to Using Machine Learning in Qualitative Education Research
Alejandra J. Magana and Mireille Boutin (Purdue University, USA)
Personalizing Computer Science Education by Leveraging Multimodal Learning Analytics
David Azcona (Dublin City University, Ireland & Arizona State University, USA); IHan Hsiao (Arizona State University, USA); Alan Smeaton (Dublin City University, Ireland)
A multidimensional ELO model for matching learning objects
André Prisco (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande - FURG, Brazil); Rafael dos Santos (Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil); Jean Luca Bez (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul & URI Online Judge, Brazil); Neilor Tonin (URI - Campus Erechim, Brazil); Silvia Botelho (Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil); Evandro Junior (FURG, Brazil)
Obtaining evidence of learning in digital games through a deep learning neural network to classify facial expressions of the players
Heraclito A Pereira, Jr. (Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo, Brazil); Crediné Silva de Menezes (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil); Alberto De Souza (Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil)
EEG Markers of STEM Learning
Xiaodong Qu, Yixin Sun, Robert Sekuler and TImothy Hickey (Brandeis University, USA)
Classroom Orchestration with Problem Solving Markov Models
Fatima Abu Deeb (King Saud bin AbdulAziz University for Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia); TImothy Hickey (Brandeis University, USA)

F2H: Approaches to Student Centered Learning

Room: Blossom Hill III
Chair: Thomas Staubitz (Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering, Germany)
A Comparison of Lecture-based and Active Learning Design Patterns in CS Education
Nasrin Dehbozorgi (University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC), USA); Stephen MacNeil (UNC at Charlotte & Purdue University, USA); Mary Lou Maher (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA); Mohsen Dorodchi (University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA)
Peer-Formulated Assignment Method for Experimental Projects in CS courses
Xin Zhang (National University of Defense Technology, P.R. China); Libo Huang (National University of Defence Technology, P.R. China); Zhiying Wang and Qi Yu (National University of Defense Technology, P.R. China)
A PBL-Based, Integrated Learning Experience of Object-Oriented Programming, Data Structures and Software Design
Ayala L Ribeiro and Roberto A Bittencourt (State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil)
Planning PBL in Computing Education: An Approach Based on a Collaborative Toolkit
Gustavo Alexandre (Federal University of Pernambuco & CESAR, Brazil); Simone Santos (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil); Pedro Rossi (UFPE, Brazil)
Design and Implementation of an Activity-Based Introductory Computer Science Course (CS1) with Periodic Reflections Validated by Learning Analytics
Mohsen Dorodchi (University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA); Aileen Benedict, Devansh Desai and Mohammad Javad Mahzoon (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA); Stephen MacNeil (UNC at Charlotte & Purdue University, USA); Nasrin Dehbozorgi (University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC), USA)
Supplemental Instruction in a First-Year Engineering Course: A Study from the LEarning with Academic Partners (LEAP) Program
Amber Kemppainen, A J Hamlin and Nathan Manser (Michigan Technological University, USA)

F2J: WIP - Teaching That Embraces Diversity & Inclusivity

Room: Convention Center 211 A
Chair: Farshid Marbouti (San Jose State University, USA)
Work-in-Progress: Integration of Inclusivity Activity in Civil Engineering Materials Course
The Development and Evaluation of a Series of New First-Year Engineering Courses
Combatting stereotypes in computing using personality type
Linda Ott (Michigan Technological University, USA)
Do Great Minds Think Alike? Racial/Ethnic and Gender Differences in Mindset of Undergraduate Engineering Students
Julianna Ge and Edward Berger (Purdue University, USA); John Chen and Brian Self (California Polytechnic State University, USA)
Meet-Up: An Orientation Program for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
David Lopez, Lidia Montero and Montserrat Vilalta Porta (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - BarcelonaTech, Spain)
Within-group Differences of Engineering Identity for Latinx Engineering Students
Renata A Revelo and Nikolay Stepin (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
Factors Mediating Learning and Application of Computational Modeling by Life Scientists
Aasakiran Madamanchi and Monica E Cardella (Purdue University, USA); James Glazier (Indiana University, USA); David Umulis (Purdue University, USA)
Integrating Social Skills Practice with Computer Programming for Students on the Autism Spectrum
Kurt Eiselt (University of California, Davis, USA); Paul Carter (University of British Columbia, Canada)
An Analytical Approach to Understanding Underrepresented Justice-Involved Youth Potential in STEM
Jamie L Kennedy (The College of New Jersey, USA); Jennica Janssen (Drexel University, USA)
Exploring I-poems to Explore the Identity of Underrepresented Engineering Student Makers
Nadia Kellam, Anna Cirell, Audrey Boklage and Brooke Coley (Arizona State University, USA)

F2K: WIP - Professional Skills & Design Education

Room: Convention Center 211B
Chair: Stephen Frezza (Gannon University, USA)
Development of Leadership Self-Efficacy: Comparing Engineers, Other STEM, and Non_STEM Majors
Bryce Hughes, William Schell, IV and Brett Tallman (Montana State University, USA)
Developing and applying an undergraduate cross-course team assignment
Luciana Debs and Mark Zimpfer (Purdue University, USA)
Implementing Project Based Learning: Some Challenges from a Requirements Engineering Perspective
Joshua Nwokeji (Gannon University, USA); Faisal Aqlan (Penn State Behrend, USA); Ayodele Olagunju (University of Saskatchewan, Canada); Terry S Holmes (Gannon University, USA); Nkiruka Okolie (Lagos State University, Nigeria)
Using Reflection and Digital Storytelling via ePortfolios to Support the Professional Development of Engineering Graduate Students
Helen L. Chen and Sheetal J. Patel (Stanford University, USA)
SE+20: Improving Software Testing Education via Industry Sponsored Contests
W. Eric Wong (University of Texas, Dallas, USA); Linghuan Hu and Haoliang Wang (University of Texas at Dallas, USA); Zhenyu Chen (Nanjing University, P.R. China)
Reflective Design Practice: A Novel Assessment of the Impact of Design-based Courses on Students
Adam Royalty, Helen L. Chen and Sheri Sheppard (Stanford University, USA)
Collaborative need identification and definition of machine design class projects
Fisseha Alemayehu and Kenneth Leitch (West Texas A&M University, USA)
Helping Students Get More than Their Money from an Engineering Scholarship Program
Thalia Anagnos (San Jose State University, USA); Eva Schiorring (RP Group, USA)
Estimating Service Life for Corrugated Steel Pipe Culverts
Preliminary Efforts to Define, Assess and Improve Students' Ability to Make "Connections" as Part of Developing an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Friday, October 5 4:00 - 6:00

Exhibitor Showcase: zyBooks

Room: Willow Glen I

Topic: Student and instructor success via interactive learning content instead of textbooks

In 2012, a small group of professors, started zyBooks to help students succeed in their early CS, engineering, and other STEM courses. We created new learning content from scratch for the web, making it highly interactive via animations, learning questions, and auto-graded homework and labs -- thus replacing textbooks, homeworks, and more with a single web resource, priced to be affordable while being sustainable.

The results exceeded our expectations. Research via controlled studies and cross-semester analyses show strong improvements in learning outcomes and course grades. Students express high satisfaction and ask for access to more. Instructors say their lecture time is more fun, plus they and their TAs save a lot on grading. Over 600 universities and 400,000 students have used zyBooks to date, with numbers growing.

In this session, we'll demonstrate zyBooks' interactive content, summarize research showing learning improvements, share data showing students earnestly use the content, and discuss best practices. We'll also discuss research on active classrooms and peer instruction, both made easier when zyBooks are used. We'll share latest research on replacing intimidating weekly programs by many smaller programs (MSP), shown to improve student motivation and learning as well. We'll discuss our latest platform innovations, and listen to your ideas on what you and students need to further improve success.

F3A: Special Session - Equality vs. Equity: Using Assets and Cultivating Students

Room: Convention Center 211 D
Equality vs. Equity: Using Assets and Cultivating Students
Melissa Salazar (Escala Educational Services LLC, USA); Eileen Cashman and Elizabeth A. Eschenbach (Humboldt State University, USA)

F3B: Panel - Integrating Requirements Engineering Education into Core Engineering Disciplines

Room: Convention Center 211C
Panel: Integrating Requirements Engineering Education into Core Engineering Disciplines
Joshua Nwokeji (Gannon University, USA); Faisal Aqlan (Penn State Behrend, USA); Jorge Martinez (Purdue University, USA); Terry S Holmes and Stephen Frezza (Gannon University, USA); Rita Orji (Dalhousie University, Canada)

F3C: Pathways to Engineering Degrees

Room: Willow Glen II
Chair: Joel Alejandro Mejia (University of San Diego, USA)
Cracking the Code: The Effects of Using Microcontrollers to Code on Students' Interest in Computer and Electrical Engineering
The relationship between breadth of previous academic study and engineering students' performance
David Lowe, TIm Wilkinson, Archie Johnston and Tania Machet (The University of Sydney, Australia)
Correlations between graduate student writing concepts and processes and certainty of career trajectories
Ellen Zerbe and Catherine Berdanier (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Study on distributed cognition processes and participation in collaborative construction activities in digital media
Viviani Kwecko (FURG, Brazil); F. Mota (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil); Sam Devincenzi (FURG, Brazil); Fernando Pereira de Tolêdo and Mauren Porciúncula (Furg, Brazil); Silvia Botelho (Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil)
Informal STEM Experiences: Impact on Diverse Groups of Students and Teachers
Sandra B Nite and Devyn C Rice (Texas A&M University, USA); James Morgan (Charles Sturt University, Australia)
Makerspace Involvement and Academic Success in Mechanical Engineering
Ethan Hilton (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA); Robert Nagel (James Madison University, USA); Julie Linsey (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)

F3D: Student As Learner

Room: Willow Glen III
Chair: Mohsen Dorodchi (University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA)
Engineering and Informatics Student Multidisciplinary Learning using 3D Visualization and 3D Display of Radio Frequency (RF) Concepts
Teaching Adult Learners on Software Architecture Design Skills
Ouh Eng Lieh (Singapore Management University, Singapore); Yunghans Irawan (National University Of Singapore, Singapore)
Didactic Framework for Teaching C Programming Language: A Proposal Based on Cooperative and Competitive Learning Techniques
Wollace Souza, S (Federal University of Amazonas - UFAM, Brazil); Juliana M.V.M. de Lucena (Federal Institute of Education, Science, and Technology of Amazonas - IFAM, Brazil); Antonio Lira (Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Amazonas -IFAM, Brazil); Vicente F. Lucena, Jr. (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil)
How Engineering and Computing Students Demonstrate Critical Thinking During Required Co-op Work Experiences
Adrienne Decker and Jennifer L Schneider (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA); Lauren E Margulieux (Georgia State University, USA)
Correlation between procedural and Conceptual Test in a Statics course
Jaime Barbosa, Jorge L. Restrepo and Carlos Restrepo (EAFIT University, Colombia)
Survey on Pedagogical Resources Recommendation using Cognitive Computing Systems
Gabriel de Souza Leitão and Eduardo Valentin (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil); Raimundo Barreto (Universidade Federal do Amazonas, Brazil); Elaine H. T. de Oliveira (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil)

F3E: Open Educational Resources & Practices

Room: Guadalupe
Chair: Ralf Teusner (Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering, Germany)
Practical Education in IoT through Collaborative Work on Open-Source Projects with Industry and Entrepreneurial Organizations
Vladimir Podolskiy, Yesika Ramirez, Atakan Yenel, Shumail Mohyuddin, Hakan Uyumaz, Ali Naci Uysal, Moawiah Assali and Sergei Drugalev (Technical University of Munich, Germany); Matthias Friessnig (UnternehmerTUM MakerSpace, Germany); Anastasia Myasnichenko (UnternehmerTUM, Germany); Michael Gerndt (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
Lecture Video Analytics as an Instructional Resource
Ryan Long, Tayfun Tuna and Jaspal Subhlok (University of Houston, USA)
MOOCs on the Context of Software Engineering Teaching and Training: Trends and Challenges
Jorge Marques Prates (University of Sao Paulo); José Maldonado (University of São Paulo, Brazil); Rogério Garcia (São Paulo State University & Faculty of Science and Technology, Brazil)
Defining Requirements for a Repository to Meet the Needs of K-12 Computer Science Educators, Researchers, and Evaluators
Monica M. McGill (Knox College, USA); Adrienne Decker (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
Education of Electrical Engineering Students about Ethics and Societal Impacts in Courses and Co-curricular Activities
Angela Bielefeldt (University of Colorado Boulder, USA); Madeline Polmear (University of Colorado at Boulder, USA); Daniel Knight (University of Colorado Boulder, USA); Chris Swan (Tufts University, USA); Nathan Canney (CYS Structural Engineers Inc., USA)
Gaming Projects for Cognitive Testing in an Undergraduate Mobile Healthcare Technology Course
Nikhil Yadav, Joan E DeBello, Celeste Gallardo and Sherice Jackson (St. John's University, USA)

F3F: Design Education

Room: Blossom Hill I
Chair: Jason Clark (Auburn University, USA)
Usability Testing for Teachers' Lesson Planning Services
Leandro Marques Queiros, Nicolau Jofilsan, Amadeu Campos and Carlos José da Silva (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil); Francisco Kelsen de Oliveira (Federal University of Pernambuco & Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Sertão Pernambucano, Brazil); Alex Sandro Gomes (Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil)
Students' Perceptions of Best and Worst Aspects of Design Courses: A qualitative analysis of 87 courses and 5591 students
Ahmed Ibrahim and Michael Reese (Johns Hopkins University, USA)
Intelligent Educational Dual Architecture for University Digital Transformation
Jesus Alfonso Perez Gama (IEEE Life Senior - Education/Computer Societies Past Chapter Chair)
Applying HOL/PBL to Prepare Undergraduate STEM Students into Graduate Level Studies in the Field of Aerospace Engineering Using the Puerto Rico CubeSat Project Initiative
Rachid Darbali-Zamora (University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez, Puerto Rico); Nicolas Cobo Yepes (University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez & Mayaguez Campus, Puerto Rico); Eduardo Ortiz-Rivera (University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez, Puerto Rico); Amilcar A. Rincon-Charris (Inter American University of Puerto Rico-Bayamon, Puerto Rico); Erick Aponte-Bezares (University of Puerto Rico-Maaguez, Puerto Rico)
Consumer Electronics Design as Preparation for Capstone Design
John Lund (Western Washington University, USA)
Instrument Development to Assess Design Project Appropriateness for Domain Relatedness, Ambiguity Tolerance, and Genderedness
Kathy Jackson and Jordan Blair (Penn State University, USA); Gul Kremer (Iowa State, USA); Xinli Wu (Penn State University, USA)

F3G: Discipline Specific Issues: Computer Science

Room: Blossom Hill II
Chair: Jeong Yang (Texas A&M University-San Antonio, USA)
Preparing K-12 Teachers to Inspire Future Coders: It Doesn't Have to be Complex
Lori Carter and Catherine Crockett (Point Loma Nazarene University, USA)
Motivation of Engineering Students with a Mixed-Contexts Approach to Introductory Programming
Bianca L Santana, Jose Solenir L Figueredo and Roberto A Bittencourt (State University of Feira de Santana, Brazil)
Innovative Approach to Online Argumentation and Models for Structuring the Arguments
Neelam Soundarajan (Ohio State University, USA); Swaroop Joshi (The Ohio State University, USA)
Effects of Error Messages on Students' Ability to Understand and Fix Programming Errors in Assembly Language Programming
Harsha Kadekar, Sohum Sohoni and Scotty Craig (Arizona State University, USA)
Non-Traditional Novices' Perceptions of Learning to Program: A Framework of Developing Mental Models
Thomas Spangsberg (Aarhus University, Denmark); Sally Fincher and Sebastian Dziallas (University of Kent, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Visual Programming and Interactive Learning Based Dynamic Instructional Approaches to Teach an Introductory Programming Course
Mahmudur Rahman (Morgan State University & Morgan State University, USA); Roshan Paudel (Morgan State University, USA)

F3H: Professional Skills

Room: Blossom Hill III
Chair: William Schell, IV (Montana State University, USA)
Achieving Effective Communication between Diverse Disciplines in Small Teams
Robert Pastel and Wei Zhang (Michigan Technological University, USA)
Using Gamification in Outreach Camps: Experience from an Information Systems Program
Swapna Gottipati (Singapore Management University, Singapore); Venky Shankararaman (Singapore Management University & School of Information Systems, Singapore)
Integrating Engineering Leadership Throughout an Undergraduate Engineering Degree
Meagan R. Kendall, Evelyn Martinez and Caroline Salas (University of Texas at El Paso, USA); Roger Gonzalez (University of Texas at El Paso & LIMBS International, USA)
Comparing engineering leadership curricula in Canada and the United States: The role of external and internal influences
John Donald (University of Guelph, Canada); Michael Klassen (University of Toronto, Canada)
"Our Little World": (Un)envisioning the Social and Ethical Implications of Engineering
Jae Hoon Lim and Nickcoy Findlater (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA); Claudia Interiano, Peter T. Tkacik and Jerry Dahlberg (University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA); Lauren Faw, Brittany Hunt and Nhu Nguyen (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA)
Exploring the Range of Methods used to Assess Engineering Students' Education on Ethical and Societal Impact Issues
Daniel Knight and Angela Bielefeldt (University of Colorado Boulder, USA); Nathan Canney (CYS Structural Engineers Inc., USA); Chris Swan (Tufts University, USA); Madeline Polmear (University of Colorado at Boulder, USA)

F3I: WIP - Laboratory Experiences (On-Campus & Remote)

Room: Almaden
Chair: PK Imbrie (University of Cincinnati, USA)
Contactless smart card experiments in a cybersecurity course
Xiaojun Wu, Yongqiang Chen and ShanShan Li (Tsinghua University, P.R. China)
Design of a Technology-Enhanced Pedagogical Framework for a Systems and Networking Administration course incorporating a Virtual Laboratory
Rukshan Athauda (University of Newcastle, Australia); Tareq Alkhaldi, Ilung Pranata and Daniel Conway (The University of Newcastle, Australia); Charles Frank (Greater Bank, Australia); William Thorne and Ryan Dean (The University of Newcastle, Australia)
A Tool for the Automatic Selection of Mechatronics Remote Laboratories based on their Actual Effective Costs
Guido Machado, Yuri Silva and Vicente F. Lucena, Jr. (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil)
Multi-Dimension Training Scheme to Improve the Innovation Capacity of Postgraduate and Undergraduate Students Collaboratively
Xiaolong Xu (Nanjing University of Posts & Telecommunications, P.R. China); Jianhua Shen (Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, P.R. China)
Exploring Diversity and Inclusion in the Professional Formation of Engineers through Design Sessions
Introduction to computing: Interdisciplinary course design
Vinitha Hannah Subburaj (West Texas A&M University, USA); Anitha Sarah Subburaj (West Texas A&M Univerisity, USA); Joseph Urban (Arizona State University, USA)
Improving Retention and Confidence Through Cross-Course Collaborative Project-Based Learning
Jennifer Winikus, Lukasz Ziarek, Carl Alphonce and Jesse Hartloff (University at Buffalo, USA)
Unplugged Robotics to Increase K-12 Students' Engineering Interest and Attitudes
Blanca Miller (University of Nevada, Reno, USA); Justin C Major (Purdue University, USA); Adam Kirn, David Feil-Seifer and Mercedes Anderson (University of Nevada, Reno, USA); Melissa Jurkiewicz (Mercer University, USA)
Measuring Commuter Student Support and Success through Academic Integration
Cory Brozina (Youngstown State University, USA)

F3J: WIP - Diversity & Inclusion - PK12 & Pathways

Room: Convention Center 211 A
Chair: Noemi Mendoza (Texas A&M, USA)
Benefits of Exposing K-12 Students to Computer Science through Summer Camp Programs
Miller Jeffrey, Saty Raghavachary and Andrew Goodney (University of Southern California, USA)
An Innovative Professional Development Model for Teaching Robotics to Novice Educators
Bryan Choate (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA); Mia Dubosarsky (Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), USA); Katherine C. Chen (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA)
Evaluating the use of gamification in mathematics learning in primary school children
Geovania Cunha and Luciana Barraqui (Escola Municipal do Ensino Fundamental Eber Louzada Zippinotti, Brazil); Sergio A. A. Freitas (University of Brasilia, Brazil)
Creating a Metacognition Community of Practice: Transforming the Engineering Learning Community
Rachel McCord (The University of Tennessee & Tickle College of Engineering, USA); Patrick Cunningham (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA); Holly Matusovich and Cheryl Carrico (Virginia Tech, USA)
STEMulate-K12: Automating STEM Attraction
Quintana Clark (Purdue University, USA); Jason Clark (Auburn University, USA)
"Not all those who wander are lost." Examining outcomes for migrating engineering students using ecosystem metrics
Susan M. Lord (University of San Diego, USA); Matthew W Ohland (Purdue University, USA); Richard Layton (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA); Michelle Madsen Camacho (Sociology Department, USA)
Educational Nanotechnology Video Game to Inspire Middle and High School Students to Pursue STEM Related Professional Careers
Sujeily P. Fonseca-Gonzalez, Samuel González Ortiz, Brian Rodriguez Badillo, Melody Seda Marotte, Jorge Bobonis Trabal, Alberto Canela and Chaliana Rolon (University of Puerto Rico: Mayaguez Campus, Puerto Rico); Josean Bosque Serrano (University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez Campus, Puerto Rico); Lexdyel Mendez Rios, Annamary Cartagena and Tahiri Fuentes Davila (University of Puerto Rico: Mayaguez Campus, Puerto Rico); Nayda G. Santiago (University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, USA); Ana Nieves-Rosa (University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico)
Fostering Holistic Competencies, Global Citizenship, and Innovation in Engineering Students through Community Outreach to Disadvantaged User Groups
Rosanna Yuen-Yan Chan and Vincent Choy (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Cecilia Chan (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Qualitative Findings from Study of Interdisciplinary Education in Computational Modeling for Life Sciences Student Researchers from Emerging Research Institutions
Aasakiran Madamanchi (Purdue University, USA); Shenika Poindexter (Xavier University of Louisiana, USA); Monica E Cardella (Purdue University, USA); James Glazier (Indiana University, USA); David Umulis (Purdue University, USA)

F3K: WIP - Engineering Education Research, Assessment & Evaluation

Room: Convention Center 211B
Chair: Allison Godwin (Purdue University, USA)
Visualization Skills and Student Success in Engineering Disciplines
Gareth Figgess and Julie Fogarty (California State University, Sacramento, USA)
Examination of the Effectiveness of a Criteria-based Team Formation Tool
Albatool Alamri (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign & University of Jeddah, USA); Brian Bailey (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
Applying Machine Learning Techniques to Identify the Influential Factors of Students' Abilities to Apply Statistics Mathematics and Engineering Knowledge
Wen Cheng (California State Polytechnic Univ, Pomona, USA); Gurdiljot Gill (Research Associate, USA)
Embedded Content Assessment
Jacqueline Burgher and Anastasia Rynearson (Campbell University, USA)
SAT Does Not Spell Success: How Non-Cognitive Factors Can Explain Variance in the GPA of Undergraduate Engineering and Computer Science Students
Matthew Scheidt (Purdue University, USA); Ryan Senkpeil (Purdue, USA); John Chen (California Polytechnic State University, USA); Allison Godwin and Edward Berger (Purdue University, USA)
Reclaiming the Large Foundational Engineering Classroom: Instructors' Needs and Aspirations
Michelle Soledad (Virginia Tech & Ateneo de Davao University, USA); Homero Murzi (Virginia Polytechnique Institute and State University, USA); Jacob Grohs, David Knight, Natasha Smith and Scott Case (Virginia Tech, USA)
Closing the Skills Gap: Construction and Engineering Education Using Mixed Reality - A Case Study
Wei Wu and Aaron Tesei (California State University, Fresno, USA); Steven Ayer (Arizona State University, USA); Jeremi London (Virginia Tech, USA); Yupeng Luo (California State University - Fresno, USA); Venkata Gunji (California State University, Fresno, USA)
Liberatory Methodologies: Participatory Action Research Strategies for Discovering Inclusive Maker Space Practices
Adam S Masters and Lisa D. McNair (Virginia Tech, USA); Donna Riley (Purdue, USA)
Bias-aware guidelines and fairness-preserving taxonomy in software engineering education
Paola Spoletini and Reza M. Parizi (Kennesaw State University, USA)
Analyzing main characteristics in Software Engineering projects
Jakeline Marcos-Abed (Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico)

Saturday, October 6

Saturday, October 6 8:00 - 10:00

FIE Steering Committee Meeting Executive Session

Room: Silicon Valley Board Room

by invitation only

Saturday, October 6 8:30 - 10:10

S1A: Special Session - Uncovering the Hidden Factors That Could Compromise Equitable and Effective Engineering Education

Room: Ballroom Salon 1
Uncovering the hidden factors that could compromise equitable and effective engineering education
Idalis Villanueva (Utah State University, USA); Joel Alejandro Mejia (University of San Diego, USA); Renata A Revelo (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)

S1B: Panel - Panel on Service-Learning Practioners Navigating Partnerships, Research, and Funding

Room: Convention Center 211C
Panel on service-learning practioners navigating partnerships, research, and funding
Julia Thompson (San Jose State University, USA); James Huff (Harding University, USA); Andrew Pierce (Purdue University, USA)

S1C: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education

Room: Willow Glen II
Chair: Benjamin Ahn (Iowa State University, USA)
Application of the Inclusive Model for the Development and Evaluation of Accessible Learning Objects for graduation in Computing: A Case Study
Andreza Mourão and José Francisco Magalhães, Netto (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil)
Platform for Teaching Hands-on End-to-End Anonymity Algorithms
Emil Salib and Grant Hobar (James Madison University, USA)
Effectiveness of Flowcharting as a Scaffolding Tool to Learn Python
Candido Cabo (New York City College of Technology/City University of New York, USA)
Demonstration of Three-Phase Armature Winding in Classroom Using a Proposed Portable Hardware Tool
Prechanon Kumkratug (Kasetsart University at Sriracha Campus, Thailand)
Why are We Here? The Educational Value Model (EVM) as a Framework to Investigate the Role of Students' Professional Identity Development
Aletta Nylén and Mats Daniels (Uppsala University, Sweden); Arnold N Pears (KTH Royal Institute of Technology & Uppsala University, Sweden); Åsa Cajander (Uppsala University, Sweden); Roger McDermott (Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Ville Isomottonen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)

S1D: Assessment & Evaluation Strategies/Approaches

Room: Willow Glen III
Chair: Thalia Anagnos (San Jose State University, USA)
ABET Criterion 3 as a Measure of Engineering Self-Efficacy
Mark Schar (Stanford University, USA); Patricia Brackin (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA); KJ Chew and Sheri Sheppard (Stanford University, USA)
Measuring Curricular Impact using an ABET-based Engineering Self Efficacy Scale
Mark Schar (Stanford University, USA); Patricia Brackin (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA); KJ Chew and Sheri Sheppard (Stanford University, USA)
Using Bayesian Analysis to Refine the Measurement of the Innovative Capacities of Engineers
Daniel M Ferguson (Purdue University, USA & EDI GROUP Canada, Canada); Michael L Thompson (Procter and Gamble, USA); Diane Navin and Amy Phillips (Procter & Gamble); Matthew W Ohland (Purdue University, USA); Kathryn Jablokow (Penn State University, USA)
Lockdown Computerized Testing Interwoven with Rapid Remediation: A Crossover Study within a Mechanical Engineering Core Course
Tian Tian, Ronald DeMara and Su Gao (University of Central Florida, USA)
Enhancing Electrical Science Learning within a Novel Practice Testing Learning Framework
James Eustace (National College of Ireland & Educational and Training Boards Ireland, Ireland); Pramod Pathak (National College of Ireland, Ireland)

S1E: WIP - Service Learning & Student Centered Learning

Room: Guadalupe
Chair: Alison Clear (EIT, New Zealand)
A Closer Look at Campus-Community Partnerships in Engineering Education
Eric Brubaker and Marsie Trego (Stanford University, USA); Kofi Taha (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA); Sheri Sheppard (Stanford University, USA)
Engineering Gender Identities of Women in a Service-Learning Context
Danielle Corple (Purdue University, USA); Megan Feister (CSU, Channel Islands, USA); Carla B. Zoltowski and Patrice Buzzanell (Purdue University, USA)
Lessons Learned from International Engineering Service Learning Partnerships: Students perspectives
Neha Choudhary and William Oakes (Purdue University, USA)
A mixed methods approach to understanding how colleges, universities, and employers prepare and support undergraduates in engineering internships
Helen L. Chen and Kayla Powers (Stanford University, USA); Krishnaswamy V Prasad and Mary Anderson (Ford Motor Company, USA); Adam Royalty (Stanford University & Columbia University, USA); Mizrahy Aquino, Shannon Gilmartin and Sheri Sheppard (Stanford University, USA)
A contextualized, experiential learning approach to quantitative engineering analysis
Siddhartan Govindasamy and Rebecca Christianson (F. W. Olin College of Engineering, USA); John Geddes (Olin College of Engineering, USA); Christopher Lee and Samantha Michalka (Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, USA); Paul Ruvolo (Olin College of Engineering, USA); Mark Somerville (Olin College, USA); Alexandra C Strong (Florida International University, USA)
Capstone Seminar: A one-credit hour course covering the design process implementation
Khalid Al-Olimat and Firas Hassan (Ohio Northern University, USA)
A Comparison of Flipped Programming Classroom Models - Results by Gender and Major
Aigerim Yessenbayeva and Benjamin Tyler (Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan)
A framework for modeling Persuasive Technologies based on the Fogg Behavior Model
Fernando Pereira de Tolêdo (Furg, Brazil); Sam Devincenzi and Viviani Kwecko (FURG, Brazil); F. Mota (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil); Silvia Botelho (Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil)

S1F: Distance, Open & Flexible Education

Room: Blossom Hill I
Chair: Manuel Castro (Spanish University for Distance Education - UNED, Spain)
Comparison of Live, Late and Archived Mode Learner Behavior in an Advanced Engineering MOOC
Kerrie A. Douglas and Harsh Wardhan Aggarwal (Purdue University, USA); Taylor Williams (Purdue University & Harding University, USA); Yichen Fan and Peter Bermel (Purdue University, USA)
Collaborative Learning in MOOCs - Approaches and Experiments
Thomas Staubitz (Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering, Germany); Christoph Meinel (Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany)
A Method for Building Massive Open Online Courses for Elderly People - MOOCEP: From the User's Perceptions
Priscila Cedillo and Alexandra Bermeo (Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador); Paola Beltran (University of Cuenca, Ecuador); Paul Rodriguez-Ch (Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador); Freddy Serrano (Universitat de Valencia, Spain)
Qualitative Findings from an Online Course on Machine Learning
Steve Chenoweth (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA); Panagiotis (Panos) Linos (Butler University, USA)
What Stays in Mind? - Retention Rates in Programming MOOCs
Ralf Teusner (Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering, Germany); Christoph Matthies (Hasso Plattner Institute, University of Potsdam, Germany); Thomas Staubitz (Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering, Germany)

S1G: Miscellaneous Topics

Room: Blossom Hill II
Chair: Luciana Debs (Purdue University, USA)
Assessing Students' Mathematical Challenges in an Introduction to Signal Processing Course and the Effects of Informal Cooperative Learning
Marisel Villafañe-Delgado and Rama Mukkamala (Michigan State University, USA)
Changing the Educational Epistemologies of Computer Science Teachers - A Case Study of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Fayiq Al-Gahmdi (Uppsala University, Sweden & AL-Baha University, Saudi Arabia); Aletta Nylén (Uppsala University, Sweden); Arnold N Pears (KTH Royal Institute of Technology & Uppsala University, Sweden)
Can adding discussion-only active learning increase student learning in materials science class?
Amir Saeidi, Daniel Mumm, Adrienne Williams, Kameryn Denaro and Natascha T Buswell (University of California, Irvine, USA)
"So far back, I'm anonymous": Exploring Student Identity using Photovoice
Debbie Meharg, Sandra Cairncross and Alison Varey (Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Engineering Education in Spain: Has it improved with the Bologna Process?
Martín Llamas-Nistal (University of Vigo, Spain); Fernando Mikic-Fonte (Universidad de Vigo, Spain); Manuel Caeiro-Rodríguez (University of Vigo, Spain); Inmaculada Plaza (EduQTech &&D&I group University of Zaragoza & EU Politecnica de Teruel, Spain); Edmundo Tovar (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid & Facultad de Informática, Spain); Manuel Castro (Spanish University for Distance Education - UNED, Spain)

S1H: WIP - Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives

Room: Blossom Hill III
Chair: Jinny Rhee (San Jose State University, USA)
Toward a National Agenda for Broadening Participation of African Americans in Engineering & Computer Science: A Methodological Overview of Phase II
Chanee Hawkins Ash (Arizona State University, USA); Walter C. Lee and Jeremi London (Virginia Tech, USA); Teirra Holloman (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA); Gilbert Jew and Atota Halkiyo (Arizona State University, USA); Bevlee Watford (Virginia Tech, USA)
Differences in Mental Health between Students in a Jointly Offered Computer Engineering Program and the two Home Departments
Andrew Danowitz (California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, USA); Bridget Benson, Joseph Callenes-Sloan and Paul Hummel (California Polytechnic State University, USA)
Achievement gap in online and hybrid courses versus face-to-face courses among engineering and computer science students
Farshid Zabihian (California State University, Sacramento, USA)
The Structure of Change: A Content Analysis of Engineering Diversity Plans and Mission Statements
Kelly Cross (University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, USA); Walter C. Lee (Virginia Tech, USA); Brandi Jones (University of Southern California, USA); Whitney Gaskins (University of Cincinnati, USA)
Silicon Valley Women in Engineering Conference-Creating Community and Nurturing Engineering Identity
Belle Wei, Amy Strage and Jinny Rhee (San Jose State University, USA)
A Positive Perspective to Implementation of a Gender Equality Plan: A question of design, time and participation
Rosa Maria Vasconcelos, Victor Barros and Emilia Araujo (Minho University, Portugal); Luis Amaral (University of Minho - ALGORITMI, Portugal); Isabel Ramos (, unknown)
Encouraging Women to Pursue a Computer Science Career in the Context of a Third World Country
Jose Reginaldo Hughes Carvalho and Tanara Lauschner (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil); Ludymila Lobo de Aguiar Gomes (Fundacao Getúlio Vargas & TRT11, Brazil); Rosiane deFreitas (Federal University of Amazonas & IComp/UFAM, Brazil); Fabiola G. Nakamura (Universidade Federal do Amazonas, Brazil)
LaunchPad: The Design and Evaluation of a STEM Recruitment Program for Women
Cheryl Dematteis (University of Southern California & The Aerospace Corporation, USA); Emily Allen and Zilong Ye (California State University, Los Angeles, USA)

S1I: WIP - Innovative & Creative Approaches to Engineering Education

Room: Almaden
Chair: Cynthia Atman (University of Washington, USA)
Avenues toward Interdisciplinarity in the Classroom
An exploration of unlearning of practicing civil engineers
Oai Ha (Western Carolina University, USA); Shane Brown (Oregon State University, USA)
Promoting Innovation and Entrepreneurship as part of an Engineering Curriculum
Asad Azemi (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
BFab for Faculty: Using Making to Empower Entrepreneurially Minded Learning
The use of a Mechatronic Systems Simulator in Engineering Courses
Rafael Mendonça (UFAM, Brazil); Andre Cavalcante (Universidade Federal do Amazonas, Brazil); Nasser Jazdi (University of Stuttgart & Institute of Industrial Automation and Software Engineering, Germany); Vicente F. Lucena, Jr. (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil)
Best Practices Developed by the Model Institute for Excellence from Puerto Rico
Juan Arratia (Ana G. Méndez University System, USA); Tomislav Jagušt (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Croatia); Iva Bojic (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
Teaching Fundamental Power Engineering Concepts using the VisPhasor App
Sangit Sasidhar (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Can Building an Electric Bicycle Build an Engineering Identity?

Saturday, October 6 10:30 - 12:10

S2A: Special Session - Innovative Thinking: Encouraging Creative Diversity with Video Scenarios

Room: Ballroom Salon 1
Innovative Thinking: Encouraging Creative Diversity with Video Scenarios
Madalene Spezialetti (Trinity College, USA)

S2B: Special Session - Applying Innovative Frameworks to Foster Inclusive Learning in Engineering Students

Room: Ballroom Salon 2
Applying innovative frameworks to foster inclusive learning in Engineering students
Wendy Newstetter, Julie Ancis, Mahauganee Bonds, Chris Martin and Joseph M. Le Doux (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)

S2C: Assessment & Evaluation Strategies/Approaches

Room: Willow Glen II
Chair: Yang Song (University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA)
Orchestrating Agile Sprint Reviews in Undergraduate Capstone Projects
Xiaocong Fan (The Pennsylvania State University, USA)
Comparing Student Performance on Low-Stakes and High-Stakes Evaluations of Conceptual Understanding
Rachel Vitali, Noel Perkins and Cynthia J Finelli (University of Michigan, USA)
Making testing less trying: Lessons learned from operating a Computer-Based Testing Facility
Craig Zilles (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA); Matthew West, David Mussulman and Timothy Bretl (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
Measuring Programming Knowledge in a Research Context
Kristina von Hausswolff and Anna Eckerdal (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Exploring Game Elements in Learning Programming: An Empirical Evaluation
Adriano Lages dos Santos (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil); Mauricio Souza (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil); Marcella Souza Dayrell (State University of Montes Claros, Brazil); Eduardo Figueiredo (Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil)

S2D: Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education

Room: Willow Glen III
Chair: Milica Markovic (California State University Sacramento, USA)
Software Defined Radio for Communications
Ladimer Nagurney (University of Hartford, USA)
Teaching multidisciplinary teams requirements for undergraduate students: an approach to augmented reality software in design thinking context
Alexandre L'Erario, Eduarda de Almeida and Eduardo Damasceno (Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, Brazil)
Examination of Student Self-assessed Learning in a Project-based Freshman Robotics Course
Susan Bitetti (Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach, USA); Ethan E Danahy (Tufts University & Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO), USA); Jessica Swenson (Tufts University, USA)
Comparing Mathematics and Science Achievement of Students from Schools with PLTW versus Schools without PLTW

S2E: Curriculum Design & PK-12

Room: Guadalupe
Chair: Farshid Zabihian (California State University, Sacramento, USA)
STEM Language can be the Stem of the Problem
Multiple Representations in Physics: Deliberate Practice Does Not Improve Exam Scores
Campbell Bego (University of Louisville & J. B. Speed School of Engineering, USA); Raymond Chastain, Lacee Pyles and Marci DeCaro (University of Louisville, USA)
Meeting the Demand: Building a Cybersecurity Degree Program With Limited Resources
Scott Bell (Northwest Missouri State University, USA); Michael J Oudshoorn (High Point University, USA)
Mission Possible: Blending the social and technical through an innovative biodesign challenge module for a materials science class
Breanne Przestrzelski, Elizabeth Reddy and Susan M. Lord (University of San Diego, USA)

S2F: Approaches to Student Centered Learning

Room: Blossom Hill I
Chair: Divya Nalla (Nalla Malla Reddy Engineering College, India)
The Self-Flipped Classroom Concept: Underlying Ideas and Experiences
Anna Vasilchenko (Newcastle University, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Åsa Cajander and Mats Daniels (Uppsala University, Sweden); Madeline Balaam (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Apply Data Analytics to Schedule Best-suited Classes for Students with Different Academic Histories
Yanzhen Qu and Anthony Kutscher (Colorado Technical University, USA)
Motivating Factors and Barriers for Sustained Use of Audience Response Systems - "I would love to, but I don't have time ):"
Tony Vo, Nathan Sherburn, Jiachun Huang, Veronica Halupka and Jonathan Li (Monash University, Australia)
Personalizing Persuasive Educational Technologies to Learners' Cognitive Ability
Aisha Abdullahi (Federal University Dutse, Nigeria); Rita Orji (Dalhousie University, Canada); Joshua Nwokeji (Gannon University, USA)

S2G: WIP - Innovations in Software Engineering Education

Room: Blossom Hill II
Chair: Charlotte de Vries (Pennsylvania State University Erie, USA)
JMLP: A Machine Learning Tool for Students and Instructors
B Nitish (State University of New York at Binghamton, USA); Arpita Chakraborty (Binghamton University, USA)
A Pilot Study Integrating an AI-driven Chat Bot in an Introductory Programming Course
Matthew Verleger and James Pembridge (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA)
The DevOps Lab Platform for Managing Diversified Projects in Educating Agile Software Engineering
Xiaoying Bai, Mingjie Li, ShanShan Li and Dan Pei (Tsinghua University, P.R. China)
Secure Modules for Undergraduate Software Engineering Courses
Jeong Yang (Texas A&M University-San Antonio, USA); Akhtar Lodgher (Texas A&M, San Antonio, USA); Young Lee (Texas A&M University-Kingsville, USA)
Collaborative Learning in Cloud-based Virtual Computer Labs
Xiaolin Hu and Hai Le (Georgia State University, USA); Anu Bourgeois (GSU, USA); Yi Pan (Georgia State University, USA)
The Effectiveness of Reflection on Programming Problem Solving Self-Assessments
Mohammed Alzaid and IHan Hsiao (Arizona State University, USA)
Engaging learning to program using real data
Álvaro Nuno Santos (Coimbra Polytechnic - ISEC, Coimbra, Portugal); Anabela Gomes (Coimbra Polytechnic - ISEC & Centre for Informatics and Systems - University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal); António José Mendes (University of Coimbra & Centre for Informatics and Systems - University of Coimbra, Portugal)

S2H: WIP- Faculty Development & Philosophy

Room: Blossom Hill III
Chair: Andrew Danowitz (California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, USA)
Epistemological Tensions in Engineering Education Research: How do we Negotiate Them?
Jillian J. Seniuk Cicek (University of Manitoba & Centre for Engineering Professional Practice and Engineering Education, Canada); Marcia Friesen (University of Manitoba, Canada)
Localized Solutions to Incorporating Broader Impacts into First-Year Engineering Education
Jessica Deters and Marie Paretti (Virginia Tech, USA)
Developing Emergent Codes for the Classroom Observation Protocol for Undergraduate STEM (COPUS)
Sin-Ning Liu, Cynthia Lang, Brooke Merrill, Adrian Leos and Kaitlin Harlan (Texas A&M University, USA); Carolyn Sandoval (University of California San Diego, USA); Mindy Bergman (Texas A&M University, USA); Jeffrey E Froyd (The Ohio State University, USA)
ASEE TELPhE Division as a Community of Transformation
Mani Mina (Iowa State University, USA); John Krupczak, Jr (Hope College, USA)
Courseware as Code: Setting a new bar for transparency and collaboration
Julianna Rodriguez (U.S. Army Cyber Command); Christopher Apsey (U.S. Army Cyber School); Sarah Rees (Georgia Cyber Center for Innovation and Training); Todd Boudreau (U.S. Army Cyber School); George Raileanu (U.S. Army Cyber Protection Brigade)
Work Experiences of Engineering Managers: Challenges, Strategies, Competencies
Swetha Nittala and Brent Jesiek (Purdue University, USA)
Virtual reality activities for teaching engineering students professional development skills
Matthew Nelson and Benjamin Ahn (Iowa State University, USA)
Exploring Different Unplugged Game-like Activities for Teaching Computational Thinking
Tomislav Jagušt and Ana Sović (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Croatia); Iva Bojic (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA); Mislav Grgic (University of Zagreb & Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Croatia); Gordan Gledec (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

S2I: WIP - Students Beliefs, Motivations & Persistence

Room: Almaden
Chair: Steven Beyerlein (University of Idaho, USA)
Instrument Development Measuring Undergraduate Students' Perceived Support in STEM
Walter C. Lee and Lisa Moyer (Virginia Tech, USA); Allison Godwin (Purdue University, USA); David Knight (Virginia Tech, USA)
Motivation and Engagement Factors of Undergraduate Students in Computing: A systematic mapping study
Pablo Schoeffel (Federal University of Santa Catarina & University of Santa Catarina State, Brazil); Raul Wazlawick and Vinicius Faria Culmant Ramos (Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil)
Student Achievement Goals in the Signals and Systems Course
Daria Gerasimova, Jill Nelson and Margret Hjalmarson (George Mason University, USA)
Learners' Needs Satisfaction, Classroom Climate, and Situational Motivations: Evaluating Self-Determination Theory in an Engineering Context
Jonathan Stolk (Olin College of Engineering); Jonathan Jacobs, Camille Girard and Lauren Pudvan (Olin College of Engineering, USA)
Embedded Affective Assessment
Anastasia Rynearson and Lee Rynearson (Campbell University, USA)
Engineering Student Interest in Future Work Abroad
Angela Bielefeldt (University of Colorado Boulder, USA)
Investigating the ways in which Student Agency develops through Engagement with Knowledge
Nicole P Pitterson (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA); Jennifer Case (Virginia Tech, USA & University of Cape Town, South Africa); Ashish Agrawal (Virginia Tech, USA); Indhira M Hasbún (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA)
Introducing Global Competence in Swedish Engineering Education
Bjorn Kjellgren and Elisabeth Keller (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

Saturday, October 6 1:00 - 2:40

S3B: Special Session - Rethinking Engineering Leadership

Room: Ballroom Salon 2
Rethinking Engineering Leadership
Meagan R. Kendall (University of Texas at El Paso, USA); Debbie Chachra (Olin College of Engineering, USA); Kate Roach (UCL, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Emanuela Tilley (University College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Kyle Gipson (James Madison University, USA)

S3D: Philosophy of Learning & Mobile Applications

Room: Willow Glen III
Chair: Willie L. Brown, Jr (University of Maryland Eastern Shore, USA)
Voices on the Core of Computing
Stephen Frezza (Gannon University, USA); Alison Clear (EIT, New Zealand); Abhijat Vichare (Savitribai Phule Pune University, India)
Multidisciplinary teaching: The emergence of an holistic STEM teacher
Niall Seery (Athlone Institute of Technology, Ireland & KTH, Sweden); Lena Gumaelius (KTH, Sweden); Arnold N Pears (KTH Royal Institute of Technology & Uppsala University, Sweden)
Phronesis, Authentic Learning and the Solution of Open-Ended Problems in Computing and Engineering Education
Roger McDermott (Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Mats Daniels (Uppsala University, Sweden); Mark Zarb and William Ballew (Robert Gordon University, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Ville Isomottonen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
Ubiquitous Environments for Problem-Based Learning: A Bibliographic Review
Sam Devincenzi (FURG, Brazil); Fernando Pereira de Tolêdo (Furg, Brazil); Viviani Kwecko (FURG, Brazil); F. Mota (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande, Brazil); Silvia Botelho (Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil)
A Catalog of Pedagogical Patterns for Learning Applications
Maria Lydia Fioravanti and Ellen Barbosa (University of São Paulo, Brazil)

S3E: Professional Skills & Ethics

Room: Guadalupe
Chair: Rebecca Reck (Kettering University & University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
Investigating Moral Disengagement Among First-Year Engineering Students
Dayoung Kim, Peter Odom, Carla B. Zoltowski and Brent Jesiek (Purdue University, USA)
Assessing Team Development in an Engineering Project-Based Course
Chad Davis and Kim Graves Wolfinbarger (University of Oklahoma, USA)
Grassroots teams for academic departments: a new way to understand culture and change
Edward Berger, Elizabeth Wirtz and Angela Goldenstein (Purdue University, USA); Edward Morrison (Purdue Agile Strategy Lab, USA); Elizabeth Briody (Cultural Keys, LLC, USA)
An Analysis of Instructor vs Peer Feedback on Writing in a Large First-Year Engineering Course
Michael Ekoniak, III and Marie Paretti (Virginia Tech, USA)
A Comprehensive Academic Success and Professional Development (ASAP) Framework that uses Career-Steering/Shaping Projects to Train Engineering Students and Develop Critical Life/Professional Skills: Part I - Impact on Key Groups
A Comprehensive ASAP Framework that uses Career-Steering/Shaping Projects to Train Engineering Students & Develop Critical Life/Professional Skills: Part II - Case Studies from Students Working on Funded Projects
Armando Rodriguez, Pragyan Pradhan, Karan Puttannaiah, Nirangkush Das, Kaustav Mondal and Aratrik Sarkar (Arizona State University, USA); Shubham Sonawani (Arizona State University & Tempe, Az, USA); Shi Lu, Bhavica Soni, Bryce Pedroza, Carolyn Christie and Corey Kurowski (Arizona State University, USA); Chalres Cederstrom (ASAP-METS NSF Program & Arizona State University, USA); Kimberly Bui, Mohamed Sabet, Nikki Lopez, Tanner Rosenthal and Trae Waggoner (Arizona State University, USA); Zakk Giacometti (University of Arizona, USA)

S3G: WIP - PK12 STEM Outreach

Room: Blossom Hill II
Chair: Cheryl Carrico (Virginia Tech, USA)
Hello Robot! A website to raise interest in a STEM future through Internet speech controlled robots
Torben E Svane (Halmstad University, Sweden & Beijing Information Science & Technology University, P.R. China)
Computing for the Critters: Exploring Computational Thinking of Children in an Informal Learning Setting
Hoda Ehsan and Carson Ohland (Purdue, USA); Tikyna Dandridge and Monica E Cardella (Purdue University, USA)
Mentoring female high school students for a STEM career
Noelia Olmedo-Torre (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain); Marta Peña (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); Mireia Lopez (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain); Maica Sanz (UPC, Spain); David Lopez (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - BarcelonaTech, Spain)
Middle School Students' Conceptions of Failure in Rural Communities
Tawni Paradise and Jacob Grohs (Virginia Tech, USA)
K-12 Cybersecurity Education, Research, and Outreach
Giti Javidi (University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, USA); Ehsan Sheybani (University of South Florida, USA)
Gathering Insights from Teenagers' Hacking Experience with Authentic Cybersecurity Tools
Valdemar Švábenský and Jan Vykopal (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
An instructional framework, model lessons, and professional learning program for science standards-aligned computing in 4th-12th grade classrooms
K. Virginia Lehmkuhl Dakhwe (San Jose State University, USA)

S3H: WIP - Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education

Room: Blossom Hill III
Chair: Paticia Backer (SJSU, USA)
Improving Student Motivation through Competitive Active Learning
Manika Kapoor, Shuai Hua and David C Anastasiu (San Jose State University, USA)
Student Experiences with Collaborative Problem-Based Learning (CPBL) in a Second-Year Undergraduate Engineering Course
Ning Fang (Utah State University & College of Engineering, USA)
Motivators over Modes: Diverse Student Team Drives Leading Automotive Company's Evolution to Mobility Platform
Grace Greenwald, Anand Upender and Daniel Chan (Stanford University, USA); Cole Patterson (Unknown, USA); Barbara A. Karanian (Stanford University, USA)
Using a Chatterbot as a FAQ Assistant in a Course about Computers Architecture
Personalized Learning Tool for Thermodynamics
Quintana Clark (Purdue University, USA); Jason Clark (Auburn University, USA)
Crumble Day to introduce robotics
Pedro Plaza Merino (IEEE Member & Plaza Robotica, Spain); Elio Sancristobal, German Carro Fernandez and Manuel Castro (Spanish University for Distance Education - UNED, Spain); Manuel Blazquez (Universidad Antonio de Nebrija, Spain); Felix Garcia Loro (Spanish University for Distance Education (UNED), Spain)
Boosting Professional Competences and IT Companies' Innovation in a Master Degree in Informatics Engineering
Ferran Badia, Francesc Gine, Josep Ll. Lérida and Margarita Moltó-Aribau (University of Lleida, Spain); Magda Valls (Universitat de Lleida, Spain)

S3I: WIP - Engineering Education Research

Room: Almaden
Chair: Narges Norouzi (University of California at Sant Cruz, USA)
Applying Phenomenography to Develop a Comprehensive Understanding of Ethics in Engineering Practice
Andrew O. Brightman (Purdue University, USA); Nicholas D Fila (Iowa State University, USA); Justin L Hess (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA); Alison J. Kerr (University of Tulsa, USA); Dayoung Kim, Michael C. Loui and Carla B. Zoltowski (Purdue University, USA)
Reliability of a concept inventory to determine the level of students in statics
Carlos Restrepo, Jaime Barbosa and Jorge L. Restrepo (EAFIT University, Colombia)
What Does It Mean to be Smart? A Narrative Approach to Exploring Complex Constructs
Emily Dringenberg and Rachel L. Kajfez (The Ohio State University, USA)
The WREASN Typology of Student Involvement Activities
Exploring Pedagogical Risk-Taking in the Classroom
Michael S. Sheppard, Nadia Kellam and Adam R Carberry (Arizona State University, USA)
Creativity and job tension in experiential learning
Developing a framework for collaborative educational change: A study of people, processes, and cultures
Tess Edmonds (Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, USA); Jonathan Stolk (Olin College, USA)
Educational change initiatives: Misalignments between changemakers and their institutions
Jonathan Stolk (Olin College, USA); Tess Edmonds (Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, USA)

Saturday, October 6 1:30 - 3:00

FIE 2019 Planning Committee Meeting

Room: Silicon Valley Board Room

by invitation only

Saturday, October 6 3:00 - 4:40

S4A: Special Session - Taking a Deep Dive: Qualitative Methods and Identity

Room: Ballroom Salon 1
Special Session: Taking a Deep Dive: Qualitative Methods and Identity
Susan M. Lord (University of San Diego, USA); Michelle Madsen Camacho (Sociology Department, USA)

S4B: Special Session - Learning and Practice of Engineering Fundamental Principles for Long-Term Retention

Room: Ballroom Salon 2
Learning and Practice of Engineering Fundamental Principles for Long-Term Retention
Eleanor Leung and Elizabeth Pluskwik (Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA)

S4C: Learning Analytics & Distance Education

Room: Willow Glen II
Chair: Sangit Sasidhar (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Assisting Education through Real-Time Learner Analytics
Matthew Montebello (University of Malta, Malta)
Using an Instrumented Learning Environment to Understand Procrastination
Negin Entezari, Amirali Darvishzadeh and Thomas Stahovich (University of California Riverside, USA)
Content Analysis of Student Assessment Exams
Priscila Lima, Ana Paula Ambrosio and Igor Moreira Félix (Federal University of Goias, Brazil); Jacques Duílio Brancher (Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Brazil); Deller Ferreira (Federal University of Goias, Brazil)
Using awareness information to enhance online discussion forums: A systematic mapping study
Dhanielly Paulina Rodrigues de Lima (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil); Marco Gerosa (Northern Arizona University, USA & University of São Paulo, Brazil); José Francisco Magalhães, Netto (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil)
Massive Open Online Courses on Web Development Education: A Case Study
Aracele Garcia de Oliveira Fassbinder (Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of South of Minas Gerais & University of São Paulo, Brazil); Marcelo Fassbinder and Ellen Barbosa (University of São Paulo, Brazil)

S4D: Laboratory Experiences & Computer Technologies

Room: Willow Glen III
Chair: Thomas Fuhrmann (OTH Regensburg, Germany)
xAPI-Based Model for Tracking On-line Laboratory Applications
Luis Felipe Zapata Rivera and Maria M. Larrondo Petrie (Florida Atlantic University, USA)
jCAB: Making Java Class Design Easier for Novice Programmers
Qian Liu (Rhode Island College, USA)
Evaluation of Cyber Defense Exercises Using Visual Analytics Process
Radek Oslejsek and Jan Vykopal (Masaryk University, Czech Republic); Karolina Burska (Masaryk University, Faculty of Informatics, Czech Republic); Vit Rusnak (Masaryk University, Czech Republic)
Adaptation Content in Robotic Systems: A Systematic Mapping Study
Thais Almeida and José Francisco Magalhães, Netto (Federal University of Amazonas, Brazil)
Analyzing the Impact of Leaderboards in Introductory Programming Courses' Short-Length Activities
Rafael Guerra de Pontes (Federal University of Campina Grande, Brazil); Kláudio Henrique Mascarenhas Medeiros (Unifacisa Centro Universitário, Brazil); Dalton Serey and Jorge Abrantes (Federal University of Campina Grande)

S4E: Student as Learner

Room: Guadalupe
Chair: Jon Sticklen (Michigan Technological University, USA)
Learning to Learn Engineering
Tristan Utschig (Kennesaw State University, USA); Daniel Apple (Pacific Crest, USA); Steven Beyerlein (University of Idaho, USA); S. Raj Chaudhury (University of South Alabama, USA); William Scheller (Gannon University, USA); Daniel Litynski (Western Michigan University, USA); Virgil Cox (Gaston College, USA); Mohamed El-Sayed (Eastern Michigan University, USA); David Leasure (Higher Learning Challenge, USA); James Morgan (Charles Sturt University, Australia)
Authentic Learning Secure Software Development (SSD) in Computing Education
Kai Qian, Dan Chia-Tien Lo and Reza M. Parizi (Kennesaw State University, USA); Fan Wu (Tuskegee University, USA); Emmanuel O. Agu (WPI, USA); Bei-Tseng Chu (UNC Charlotte, USA)
A Framework for Abductive Computational Modeling
Osvaldo L. Oliveira (UniFaccamp, Brazil); Ricardo J. Martins (Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology - Ifsuldeminas - Campus Muzambinho, Brazil); Márcio Matsumoto (IFSP, Brazil)
Student Learning in Computing-Based Service-Learning
Nusaybah Abu-Mulaweh and William Oakes (Purdue University, USA)

S4F: Robotics & Supporting New Engineers

Room: Blossom Hill I
Chair: Quintana Clark (Purdue University, USA)
Multiplatform educational robotics course to introduce children in robotics
Pedro Plaza Merino (IEEE Member & Plaza Robotica, Spain); Elio Sancristobal, German Carro Fernandez and Manuel Castro (Spanish University for Distance Education - UNED, Spain); Manuel Blazquez (Universidad Antonio de Nebrija, Spain); Felix Garcia Loro (Spanish University for Distance Education (UNED), Spain)
Effectiveness of Peer Instruction in a Linear Algebra Class within an Engineering Curriculum
Katiuscia Teixeira and Eduardo Teixeira (University of Central Florida, USA); Joao Cesar Moura Mota (UFC, Brazil); Thomaz Edson Veloso Silva and Natália Barroso (Federal University of Ceará, Brazil)
A Systematic Review on the use of LEGO Robotics in Education
Isabelle Souza (Federal University of Paraiba, Brazil); Wilkerson L. Andrade, Lívia Campos and Ana Liz Araujo (Federal University of Campina Grande, Brazil)
Proactive Behaviors in Engineering: The Role of Pre-College Characteristics, Resources, and Experiences
Subject Correlation Analysis in the Fundamentals of Engineering Exams
Wen Cheng (California State Polytechnic Univ, Pomona, USA); Gurdiljot Gill (Research Associate, USA)

S4H: WIP - Teaching & Learning Experiences in Engineering Education

Room: Blossom Hill III
Chair: Juan Cruz (Virginia Tech, USA & Unive, Colombia)
Integrating the Advantages of Hardware and Software Tools into An Induction Machine Education
Prechanon Kumkratug (Kasetsart University at Sriracha Campus, Thailand)
A Cross-Disciplinary Course on Virtual Reality
Daniel Cliburn (University of the Pacific, USA)
Second Chances: Does allowing homework resubmissions affect student learning?
R. Pito Salas (Brandeis University, USA)
Integrating a Digital Textbook into a Statics Course
Thalia Anagnos (San Jose State University, USA); Sheri Sheppard and Sarah Billington (Stanford University, USA)
Introducing Machine Learning to First-year Undergraduate Engineering Students Through an Authentic and Active Learning Labware
Lei Huang (LMU, USA); Kuo-Sheng Ma (Loyola Marymount University, USA)
Lego Mindstorms EV3 for teaching the basics of trajectory control problem
Making it for real: Redesign of a First Year Engineering Design Project
Charlotte de Vries (Pennsylvania State University Erie, USA); Qi Dunsworth (Penn State Erie, the Behrend College, USA)

S4I: WIP - Assessment & Evaluation Strategies/Approaches

Room: Almaden
Chair: Elizabeth A. Eschenbach (Humboldt State University, USA)
Teaching Assistants' Experiences of Lab Sessions in Introductory Computer Science Courses
Emma Riese (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Concept Inventories in Cybersecurity Education: An Example from Secure Programming
Ida Ngambeki (Purdue University, USA); Matt Bishop (University of California, Davis, USA); Phil Nico (California Polytechnic State University, USA); Jun Dai (California State University, Sacramento, USA)
Design of the competence-based evaluation in External Academic Practices
Margarita Moltó-Aribau, Ana Tena and Anna Vendrell (University of Lleida, Spain)
Quantitative evaluation of student engagement in a large-scale introduction to programming course using a cloud-based automatic grading system
Narges Norouzi (University of California at Sant Cruz, USA); Ryan Hausen (University of California at Santa Cruz, USA)
Modification of Value Rubrics for Engineering
Milica Markovic (California State University Sacramento, USA)
A Board Game to Teach Cost Accounting in Higher Education
Sirlene Alves (Faculdade Cidade Verde, Brazil); Eduardo Damasceno (Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, Brazil); Luiz Fernando Braga Lopes (CESUMAR - Centro Universitário de Maringá / UNIPAR - Universidade Paranaense, Brazil); Sebastião Ribeiro (LACTEC, Brazil); Eduarda de Almeida and Alexandre L'Erario (Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná, Brazil)
Measuring Team Members' Contributions in Software Engineering Projects using Git-driven Technology
Reza M. Parizi, Paola Spoletini and Amritraj Singh (Kennesaw State University, USA)
Systematic course analysis - how infrastructure and research findings collaborate to support course development
Ida Naimi-Akbar (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Hans Havtun (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden); Sara Nyberg (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

Saturday, October 6 6:00 - 10:00

FIE Steering Committee Strategic Planning

Room: Almaden

by invitation only