1 × France
1 × Greece
1 × Israel
1 × Italy
1 × Portugal
1 × Turkey
3 × United Kingdom
E.Zur M.Armoni D.Shahak T.Vilner M.B.Trakhtenbrot C.Stephenson D.Lanzberg O.Hazzan Z.Fraiman E.Kanel T.Lapidot S.Humphreys J.King S.Cooper B.B.Owens M.Phillipps J.Vahrenhold
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Person: Judith Gal-Ezer
Facilitated 1 volumes:
Wrote 15 papers:
- ITiCSE-2013-FraimanGKL #collaboration
- An Israeli-Russian collaboration of ideas (ZF, JGE, EK, TL), p. 326.
- Transforming computer science in schools (CS, JGE, SH, JK), pp. 309–310.
- ITiCSE-2012-StephensonCOG #standard
- The new CSTA K-12 computer science standards (CS, SC, BBO, JGE), pp. 363–364.
- Professional associations in K-12 computer science (CS, JGE, MP, JV), pp. 329–330.
- ITiCSE-2009-Gal-EzerSZ #gender
- Computer science issues in high school: gender and more... (JGE, DS, EZ), pp. 278–282.
- The professor on your PC: a virtual CS1 course (JGE, TV, EZ), pp. 191–195.
- ITiCSE-2007-VilnerZG #case study #concept #object-oriented #paradigm
- Fundamental concepts of CS1: procedural vs. object oriented paradigm — a case study (TV, EZ, JGE), pp. 171–175.
- Reductive thinking in undergraduate CS courses (MA, JGE, OH), pp. 133–137.
- ITiCSE-2006-Gal-EzerT #algebra #how #question #regular expression
- Algebraic characterization of regular languages: how to cope with all these equivalences? (JGE, MBT), p. 325.
- Reductive thinking in undergraduate CS courses (MA, JGE), p. 362.
- ITiCSE-2005-Gal-EzerT #automaton #challenge #education
- Challenges in teaching the pumping lemma in automata theory course (JGE, MBT), p. 369.
- ITiCSE-2004-ArmoniG #modelling #on the #student
- On the achievements of high school students studying computational models (MA, JGE), pp. 17–21.
- ITiCSE-2004-Gal-EzerLS #problem
- Interesting basic problems for CS1 (JGE, DL, DS), p. 275.
- Introducing undecidability (JGE, DL, DS), p. 276.
- ITiCSE-2003-Gal-EzerVZ #algorithm #approach #education #performance
- Teaching algorithm efficiency in a CS1 course SBTa different approach (JGE, TV, EZ), p. 256.