Welcome to the CS-Ed Podcast

Welcome to The CS-Ed podcast, hosted by Dr. Kristin Stephens-Martinez at Duke University. This is a podcast where we talk about teaching computer science, with computer science educators, to learn how they teach and manage their classrooms. Find all of our episodes here, along with transcripts and helpful links!

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Episode 6: Colleen Lewis

Summary

In this episode, we talk with Colleen Lewis, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Harvey Mudd College. She specializes in computer science education and diversity issues, as well as is the creator of http://csteachingtips.org/, which we at the CS-Ed Podcast post about often.

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Episode 5: Armando Fox

Summary

In this episode, we talk with Armando Fox, Professor of Computer Science and Faculty Advisor to the MOOCLab at UC Berkeley. With David Patterson, he co-designed and co-taught Berkeley’s first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on “Engineering Software as a Service,” offered through edx.org. It is now a professional certificate in “Agile Development Using Ruby on Rails.”

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Episode 4: Mark Guzdial

Summary

In this episode, we talk with Mark Guzdial, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, with a courtesy appointment in the School of Information at the University of Michigan.

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Episode 3: Amy Ko

In this episode, we talk with Amy Ko, an Associate Professor at the University of Washington Information School. She directs the Code & Cognition Lab and studies human aspects of programming.

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Episode 2: Dan Garcia

In this episode, we talk with Dan Garcia, a teaching professor at UC Berkeley in the EECS Department. He was selected as an ACM Distinguished Educator in 2012 and ACM Distinguished Speaker in 2019. He has won all four of his department’s computer science teaching awards.

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Episode 1: David Malan

In this episode, we talk with David Malan from Harvard University, Professor of the Practice of Computer Science in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. He teaches Computer Science 50, Harvard University’s largest course, with our conversation focusing on CS50 tools.

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