Program 2005

Thursday 17th of November

17:20 The first bus transportation from Joensuu to Koli
  • Joensuu, Airport 17:20 (flight AY489 arrives at 17:05)
  • Joensuu, Railway station 17:50 (Arrivals: Regional train 853 at 17:20, InterCity train 5 at 17:45)
  • Koli, 19:00
19.30 Registration at Koli
20.40 The second bus transportation from Joensuu to Koli
  • Joensuu, Science Park 20:40
  • Joensuu, Railway station 20:50 (InterCity 7 train arrives at 20:45)
  • Joensuu, Airport 21:40 (flight AY3491 arrives at 21:20)
  • Koli, 23:00

Friday 18th of November

07.00 - 09:00 Breakfast and registration
09.00 - 10.00 Keynote 1
"On the impact of educational technology: Theoretical and methodological considerations"
Erno Lehtinen, University of Turku, Finland
10.00 - 11.30 Session 1
  • High School Programming - A Beyond-Syntax Analysis of Novice Programmers' Difficulties - L. Grandell, M. Peltomäki, T. Salakoski
  • Moral Conflicts Perceived by Instructors of a Project Course - T. Vartiainen
  • Dynamic Object Structures as a Conceptual Framework for Teaching Object Oriented Concepts to Novices - C. Schulte
  • Computer Biographies - A Biological Research Perspective on Computer Usage and Attitudes Towards Informatics - M. Knobelsdorf, C. Schulte
11.30 - 12.30 Lunch
12.30 - 13.30 Free time
13.30 - 14.30 Keynote 2
"Computer Science Teachers as Amateurs, Students and Researchers"
Raymond Lister, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
14.30 - 15.00 Coffee
15.00 - 16.30 Session 2
  • Towards a Set of eXtreme Teaching Practices - R. Andersson, L. Bendix
  • Javala - Addictive E-Learning of the Java Programming Language - T. Lehtonen
  • ViSCoS Mobile: Learning Computer Science on the Road - T.H. Laine, N. Myller, J. Suhonen
16.30 - 16.45 Break
16.45 - 18.15 Session 3
  • Automatic grading of graphical user interface programs using Jemmy - S. Surakka, J. Auvinen, P. Tenhunen
  • Comparing Student Software Designs Using Semantic Categorization - A. Eckerdal, R. McCartney, J.E. Moström, M. Ratcliffe, C. Zander
  • A Cultural Approach to Interface Design - M. Kamppuri, M. Tedre, M. Tukiainen
  • Varieties of concretisation: an illustrative case study - M. Beynon, A. Harfield, I. Jormanainen
18.15 - 18.30 Break
18.30 - 19.00 Poster / demo session
  • Textoo: Learning Object Oriented Modeling using the Enunciate - C. A. L. Carrascosa, Á. V. Iturbide, H. I. Losada, F. G. Bellas, M. G. Carrillo
  • Jeliot 3, an Extensible Tool for Program Visualization - A. Moreno, N. Myller, R. Bednarik
  • What are the "Threshold Concepts" in Computer Science? - R. McCartney, K. Sanders
19.00 - 20.30 Dinner
20.30 Free time (sauna etc.)

Saturday 19th of November

07.00 - 9.00 Breakfast
09.00 - 10.00 Keynote 3
Sally Fincher, University of Kent, The U.K.
10.00 - 11.30 Session 4
  • What do our Students Strive for? Insights Gained from a Study of a Distributed, Project-based Course in Computer Systems - A. Berglund, A. Eckerdal
  • Teenagers, Computing and Occupational Desires - A Gender Study of Various Factors - L. Grandell, P. Kinnunen
  • Student Counselling with the SOPS-Tool - T. Mäntylä, M. Laakso, E. Innola, T. Salakoski
  • Opinions, Hopes, and Expectations of CS&E Students. A Case Study in Academic Skills and Hidden Curriculum - M. Järvisalo
  • Specialization in Software Systems: Content Analysis of Degree Requirements - S. Surakka
11.30 - 12.30 Lunch
12.30 - 15.30 Free time to explore the Koli nature park
15.30 - 16.00 Coffee
16.00 - 17.15 Session 5
  • Observations on student errors in algorithm simulation exercises - O. Seppälä, L. Malmi, A. Korhonen
  • Visualizations to Support Programming on Different Levels of Cognitive Development - E. Lahtinen, T. Ahoniemi
  • VIP, a Visual Interpreter for Learning Introductory Programming with C++ - A. T. Virtanen, E. Lahtinen, H-M. Järvinen
  • An Upcoming Study of Potential Success Factors for an Introductory Model-Driven Programming Course - J. Bennedsen, M. E. Caspersen
17.15 - 17.30 Break
17.30 - 18.45 Session 6
  • Different Learners Need Different Resubmission Policies in Automatic Assessment Systems - V. Karavirta, A. Korhonen, L. Malmi
  • Assessing Roles of Variables by Program Analysis - G. Bishop, C. G. Johnson
  • Maintaining a Core Literature of Computing Education Research - S. Seidman, A. Pears, C. Eney, P. Kinnunen, L. Malmi
  • Fibonacci numbers using mutual recursion - M. Rubio, B. Pajak
18.45 - 19.00 Break
19.00 - 20.30 Dinner
20.30 Free time (sauna etc.)

Sunday 20th of November

07.00 - 09.00 Breakfast
09.00 - 09.30 Session 7
  • A Methodological Review of the Articles Published in the Proceedings of Koli Calling 2001 - 2004 - J. J. Randolph, R. Bednarik, N. Myller
09.30 - 10.00 Concluding remarks
10.30 Departure
Bus transportation from Koli to Joensuu
  • Koli, 10:30
  • Joensuu, Railway station 11:45 (Departures: InterCity train 8 to Helsinki at 12:10, Regional train 852 to Tampere and Turku via Pieksämäki at 12:20)
  • Joensuu, Science Park 12:00
  • Joensuu, Airport 12:15 (Flight AY3486 to Helsinki at 12:45)
Note: If you have to catch the flight FC266 to Helsinki at 11:45, please contact Ilkka Jormanainen (ijorma@cs.joensuu.fi) for transportation arrangements!