Monthly Archives: August 2016

Academic integrity: context and concrete steps

Continuing from my previous post, I wanted to write a bit about why I have been thinking about academic integrity, and what, concretely, I plan to do about it. So, why have I been thinking about this? For one thing, … Continue reading

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Academic integrity and other virtues

I have been thinking a lot recently about academic integrity. What does it mean? Why do we care—what is it we fundamentally want students to do and to be? And whatever it is, how do we go about helping them … Continue reading

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POGIL workshop

A few weeks ago I attended a 3-day training workshop in St. Louis, put on by the POGIL project. I attended a short POGIL session at the SIGCSE CS education conference in March and was sufficiently impressed to sign up for … Continue reading

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New Haskell Symposium paper on “twisted functors”

Satvik Chauhan, Piyush Kurur and I have a new paper which will appear at the 2016 Haskell Symposium in Japan: How to Twist Pointers without Breaking Them Although pointer manipulations are used as a primary motivating example, at heart the … Continue reading

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