Monthly Archives: March 2013

Chocolate flavoured CS Education Research

With Easter just around the corner and two young kids at home, my mind has inevitably turned to chocolate. And chocolate, inevitably, reminds me of how hard it can be to conduct education research. A few years back, I submitted … Continue reading

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Employability Skills – Cooperation Between a School and its Business Advisory Board

Milwaukee Washington HS of IT has an advisory board made up of about 20 representatives from area businesses and post-secondary institutions. These members are focused on IT and engineering occupations.  We meet monthly throughout the year.  Based on a retreat … Continue reading

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Networking: You’ll Never Walk Alone

I just returned from another excellent SIGCSE conference, this time in what became snowy Denver.  I had several days to catch up on new ideas, get refreshed on old ones and I even heard presentations that reaffirmed ideas for me.  … Continue reading

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