ACSE 2019 Session Grid

Saturday, February 23, 2019

#ACSE19

8:30-9:15

Registration - S1209

9:20-9:40

Opening Remarks - S1208
Grant Hutchison / Peter Beens

CS K-8

S2158

TRACK A

CyberSecurity and
Ethics

S2159

TRACK B

Hands-on
Computer Science

S2172
TRACK C

Computer Science
Pedagogy

S2173
TRACK D

Session 1

9:45-10:45

Before Python: Coding in Elementary

Tina Zita,

Peel DSB

Computer Ethics:  Values, Valences, and Virtues

Douglas Henrich,

HDSB

Exploring HTTP API Basics
(1 of 2)

Dennis Cecic

Physical Computing Python and Micro:bits

Grant Hutchison,
TDSB

Session 2

10:55-11:55

Exploring Tinkercad: 3D Design / Circuits / Codeblocks

Gerry Corrigan,
TDSB

Teaching CyberSecurity Through the CyberTitan Competition

Tim King, CWDHS

Exploring HTTP API Basics
(2 of 2
)

Dennis Cecic

Using Github to Host Your Course

Cathy Leung,

Seneca College

12:00-1:00

Lunch - S1209

1:00-2:00

Keynote - Michelle Craig, University of Toronto - S1208

Learning to Share as CS Educators

Session 3

2:10-3:10

Off to the races with Sphero!

Kristin Mogg, Spectrum

Cybersecurity : A Case for Digital Literacy

Philippe Landry,
Program Manager Cisco Academy

Introduction to Python

Rado Grigorov
YRDSB

Pedagogy Lighting Talks

  • Spiralling CS
  • Programming literacy with Project Based Learning (PBL)
  • Scratch for anything

Session 4

3:20-4:20

Fun with Python, Micro:bits and Robots

Tim Cooper,

York School

What should we teach students about hacking?

Vitaly Volovich, HackStudent

Object Oriented Python and Pygame

Rado Grigorov

Mistakes Novices Make: Tales from the CS1 Trenches

Jacqueline Smith

University of Toronto

4:20-4:30

Post-conference Wrap-up, Survey, Door Prizes - S1209

4:30+

Social Event - Sign up at Registration Desk