SPLASH 2020
Sun 15 - Sat 21 November 2020 Online Conference
Fri 20 Nov 2020 15:40 - 15:50 at SPLASH-IV - Lightning Talks and Discussion

Group work is valuable but is “riddled with social inequities”. Instructors often have well honed strategies for helping teams, but in large classes they are unable to even identify which teams are in trouble! We developed and piloted a tool that elicits feedback from students periodically, and depicts their responses visually such that even in huge numbers of teams, instructors can spot imperiled groups. Around a quarter of the teams observed had significant inequities, but only a small selection of them self identified as troubled, meaning we would not have found them without the tool.

Conference Day
Fri 20 Nov

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15:00 - 16:20
Lightning Talks and DiscussionSPLASH-E at SPLASH-IV
15:00
10m
Talk
Direct Manipulation for Computational Making
SPLASH-E
Ian C. McCormackUniversity of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Chris JohnsonJames Madison University
15:10
10m
Talk
How student avatars can contribute to a more social environment in online courses
SPLASH-E
Felix GrundUniversity of British Columbia
15:20
10m
Talk
Bridging the Gap Between Programming Language Theory and Mathematics Education in Computer Science
SPLASH-E
Peter-Michael OseraGrinnell College
15:30
10m
Talk
Infrastructor: Flexible, No-Infrastructure Tools for Scaling CS
SPLASH-E
Dan BarowyWilliams College
15:40
10m
Talk
Group Harmony Visualisation At Scale
SPLASH-E
Elisa BaniassadUniversity of British Columbia, Alice CampbellThe University of British Columbia, Braxton Hall
15:50
30m
Live Q&A
Open Discussion with the SPLASH-E Community
SPLASH-E