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Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on (2004)
Norfolk, Virginia
Mar. 1, 2004 to Mar. 3, 2004
ISSN: 1093-0175
ISBN: 0-7695-2099-5
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Copyright Form (PDF)

pp. 0_4
Introduction

Forward (PDF)

pp. viii-ix
Keynotes

Will the Real Software Engineer Please Stand Up? (PDF)

Frank D. Anger , National Science Foundation
pp. 4-5
Paper Session A: Effective Education Approaches

null (PDF)

pp. null

Incorporating Software Process in an Undergraduate Software Engineering Curriculum: Challenges and Rewards (Abstract)

Deepti Suri , Milwaukee School of Engineering
Mark J. Sebern , Milwaukee School of Engineering
pp. 18-23
Paper Session B: Human Aspects

null (PDF)

pp. null

Reflection Processes in the Teaching and Learning of Human Aspects of Software Engineering (Abstract)

Orit Hazzan , Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
James E. Tomayko , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 32-38
Paper Session C: CS-SE Approaches

null (PDF)

pp. null

Teaching Object-Oriented Systems Development to Structurally Exposed Students (Abstract)

Aurona Gerber , University of South Africa
Elsab? Cloete , University of South Africa
pp. 52-58
Paper Session D: Formalism

null (PDF)

pp. null

Software Engineering Education Needs Adequate Modeling Tools (Abstract)

Klaus Alfert , Universität Dortmund
Jörg Pleumann , Universität Dortmund
Jens Schröder , Universität Dortmund
pp. 72-77

Integrating Design Formalisms in Software Engineering Education (Abstract)

Brian R. von Konsky , Curtin University of Technology
Mike Robey , Curtin University of Technology
Sule Nair , Curtin University of Technology
pp. 78-83
Paper Session E: Training

null (PDF)

pp. null

Educating Non-Programmers to Flexible, Communicative Software Engineers in a 10 Month Training Program (Abstract)

Petra Becker-Pechau , it-wps Workplace Solutions GmbH and University of Hamburg
Wolf-Gideon Bleek , University of Hamburg
Carola Lilienthal , it-wps Workplace Solutions GmbH
Axel Schmolitzky , it-wps Workplace Solutions GmbH and University of Hamburg
pp. 98-103

Experiences of Embedding Training in a Basic Requirements Engineering Method (Abstract)

Uolevi Nikula , Lappeenranta University of Technology
pp. 104-109
Paper Session F: Specialized Domains

null (PDF)

pp. null

Teaching Domain Testing: A Status Report (Abstract)

Cem Kaner , Florida Institute of Technology
pp. 112-117

Can Real-Time Software Engineering be Taught to Java Programmers? (Abstract)

Sally Smith , Napier University
Shaun W. Lawson , Napier University
Alistair Lawson , Napier University
pp. 124-129
Paper Session G: Group Projects

null (PDF)

pp. null

Empirical Research in the Software Engineering Classroom (Abstract)

Daniel Port , University of Hawaii
David Klappholz , Stevens Institute of Technology
pp. 132-137

Self-Grading in a Project-Based Software Engineering Course (Abstract)

Heidi J. C. Ellis , Rensselaer at Hartford
Richard Mitchell , InferData Ltd
pp. 138-143

On Pair Rotation in the Computer Science Course (Abstract)

Hema Srikanth , North Carolina State University
Laurie Williams , North Carolina State University
Eric Wiebe , North Carolina State University
Carol Miller , North Carolina State University
Suzanne Balik , North Carolina State University
pp. 144-149
Panel Summaries

Graduate Software Engineering Education: Adapting for the BSSE? (PDF)

Gregory W. Hislop , Drexel University
Heidi J. C. Ellis , Rensselaer at Hartford
Kathy S. Land , Northrop Grumman
Ana Moreno , Polytechnic University Madrid
pp. 152

Software Engineering Education 2010: A Challenge to Educators (PDF)

Dennis J. Frailey , Southern Methodist University and Raytheon Company
pp. 154-155
Workshop Summaries

SEER: Charting a Roadmap for Software Engineering Education (PDF)

Donald J. Bagert , Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
pp. 158-161
Tutorial Summaries

Teaching the Software Testing Course: A Tutorial (PDF)

Cem Kaner , Florida Institute of Technology
pp. 170-171

Performing Empirical Software Engineering Research in the Classroom (PDF)

Daniel Port , University of Hawaii
David Klappholz , Stevens Institute of Technology
pp. 172-173

Key Considerations in Teaching Software Architecture (PDF)

Jim Tomayko , Software Engineering Institute
Steve Chenoweth , Rose-Hulman University
Mike Lutz , Rochester Institute of Technology
Mark Sebern , Milwaukee School of Engineering
Deepti Suri , Milwaukee School of Engineering
pp. 174
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 175
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