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Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on (2006)
Turtle Bay, Hawaii
Apr. 19, 2006 to Apr. 21, 2006
ISSN: 1093-0175
ISBN: 0-7695-2557-1
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword (PDF)

pp. x,xi

Educating students in value-based design and development (PDF)

B. Boehm , Dept. of Comput. Sci., Southern California Univ., Los Angeles, CA
pp. 3
Introduction

Foreword (PDF)

pp. x-xi
Invited Speakers

Educating Students in Value-Based Design and Deve (PDF)

Barry Boehm , University of Southern California
pp. 3

Software Engineering Instruction and Education Theory: A Dialogue (PDF)

Victor R. Basili , University of Maryland
Patricia A. Basili , Prince Georges Community College
pp. 6
Paper Session A: Introductory Courses

Viope as a Tool for Teaching Introductory Programming: An Empirical Investigation (Abstract)

Lisa Hende , Mississippi State University
Jeffrey Carver , Mississippi State University
pp. 9-16

Applying Software Development Lifecycles in Teaching Introductory Programming Courses (Abstract)

Paul L. Juell , North Dakota State University
Syed M. Rahman , North Dakota State University
pp. 17-24
Paper Session B: Innovative Teaching Methods I

Writing as a Tool for Learning Software Engineering (Abstract)

Carl-Fredrik Sorensen , Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Alf Inge Wang , Norwegian University of Science and Technology
pp. 35-42

Bringing Realistic Software Engineering Assignments to the Software Engineering Classroom (Abstract)

Dennis J. Frailey , Raytheon Company and Southern Methodist University
pp. 51-60
Paper Session C: Multi-disciplinary Software Engineering

A Germany-Brazil Experience Report on Teaching Software Engineering for Electrical Engineering Undergraduate Students (Abstract)

Peter Gohner , IAS Universit?t Stuttgart - Stuttgart - Germany
Alysson Brito , UFAM and CEFET-AM -0 Manaus - Amazonas - Brazil
Vicente F. Jr. De Lucena , UFAM and CEFET-AM -0 Manaus - Amazonas - Brazil
pp. 69-76

A First Course in Software Engineering for Aerospace Engineers (Abstract)

Kristina Lundqvist , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jayakanth Srinivasan , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 77-86
Paper Session D: Course Projects

Report from the 2nd International Workshop on Software Engineering Course Projects (SWECP 2005) (Abstract)

Shihong Huang , Florida Atlantic University
Spencer Smith , McMaster University
Kenny Wong , University of Alberta
Scott Tilley , Florida Institute of Technology
pp. 87-94

Success Factors for Team Project Courses (Abstract)

Jurgen Borstler , Umea University, Umea, Sweden
Greger Wikstrand , Umea University, Umea, Sweden
pp. 95-102

SimVBSE: Developing a Game for Value-Based Software Engineering (Abstract)

Apurva Jain , University of Southern California
Barry Boehm , University of Southern California
pp. 103-114
Paper Session E: Professional Education

Developing a Software Engineering Curriculum for the Emerging Software Industry in China (Abstract)

Ciar?n O?Leary , Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
Li Haifeng , Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China
Kamal Bechkoum , University of Wolverhampton, UK
Damian Gordon , Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
Deirdre Lawless , Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
pp. 115-122

Coaching Professional Software Developers - An Experience Report (Abstract)

Silke Steinbach-Nordmann , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering, Germany
Christian Peper , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering, Germany
Carsten Vollmers , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering, Germany
Christian Bunse , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering, Germany
Ines Grutzner , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering, Germany
pp. 123-130

Eight Years of Delivering Professional Education and Training for Software Engineering at Fraunhofer IESE: An Experience Report (Abstract)

Sonja Trapp , Fraunhofer Institute of Experimental Software Engineering, Germany
Ludger Thomas , Fraunhofer Institute of Experimental Software Engineering, Germany
Patrick Waterson , Fraunhofer Institute of Experimental Software Engineering, Germany
pp. 131-140
Paper Session F: Innovative Teaching Methods II

On the Influence of Test-Driven Development on Software Design (Abstract)

David S. Janzen , University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS USA
Hossein Saiedian , University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS USA
pp. 141-148
Paper Session G: Reflection on Teaching Effectiveness

Students Managing the Software Development Process: A Meta-Level Retrospective Evaluation. (Abstract)

Anne Comer , University of Sunderland, UK
Helen M. Edwards , University of Sunderland, UK
pp. 167-174

Will Johnny/Joanie Make a Good Software Engineer? Are Course Grades Showing the Whole Picture? (Abstract)

Ashlee Holbrook , Dept. of Computer Science, University of Kentucky
Jane Huffman Hayes , Dept. of Computer Science, University of Kentucky
Olga Dekhtyar , Dept. of Statistics, University of Kentucky
Alex Dekhtyar , Dept. of Computer Science, University of Kentucky
Senthil Sundaram , Dept. of Computer Science, University of Kentucky
pp. 175-184
Course Module Session

Instruction in Problem Structuring and Analysis Through Problem Frames (Abstract)

Virginia Bluth , Michigan Technological University
Xinli Wang , Michigan Technological University
Charles Wallace , Michigan Technological University
pp. 185-186

Open Course Resources as Part of the OpenSeminar in Software Engineering (Abstract)

Michael Rappa , North Carolina State University
Alex Yacoub , North Carolina State University
Sarah E. Smith , North Carolina State University
pp. 187-192
Barry Boehm Track Paper Session A: COCOMO and MBASE

The Influence of COCOMO on Software Engineering Education and Training (Abstract)

Richard E. (Dick) Fairley , Software Engineering Management Associates
pp. 193-200

Making Every Student a Winner: The WinWin Approach in Software Engineering Education (Abstract)

Robert O. Briggs , University of Alaska,Fairbanks,USA
Daniel Port , Univ. of Hawaii, USA
Norbert Seyff , University Linz, Austria
Hoh Peter In , Korea Univ. Seoul,Korea
Hasan Kitapci , Univ. of South. Cal., USA
Paul Grunbacher , Johannes Kepler University Linz Austria
pp. 201-208

Impact & Contributions of MBASE on Software Engineering Graduate Courses (Abstract)

Ricardo Valerdi , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ray Madachy , University of Southern California
pp. 209-218
Barry Boehm Track Paper Session B: Real World Projects

What Clients Want - What Students Do: Reflections on Ten Years of Sponsored Senior Design Projects (Abstract)

Margaret R. Heil , N. C. State University
Alan L. Tharp , N. C. State University
Robert J. Fornaro , N. C. State University
pp. 226-236
Barry Boehm Track Panel
Tutorial Descriptions

Testing as a Mental Discipline: Practical Methods for Affecting Student Behavior (PDF)

Mei-Huei Tang , Gannon University Department of Computer and Information Science
Stephen Frezza , Gannon University Department of Computer and Information Science
pp. 241
Workshop Descriptions

Visioning a Certification Exam for Graduating Software Engineers (PDF)

Donald J. Bagert , Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Michael J. Lutz , Rochester Institute of Technology
pp. 246

Workshop on Real-Projects for Real-Clients Courses (RPRCCs) (PDF)

David Klappholz , Stevens Institute of Technology
Vicki L. Almstrum , University of Texas at Austin
Ken Modesitt , Indiana Univ. - Purdue Univ., Fort Wayne
pp. 249
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 251
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