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ACM Compute 2020 Workshop and Conference - Shared screen with speaker view
Viraj Kumar
23:00
Please do share your questions here, or in the Q&A tab. If your institution already has some course(s) in computing, please do share!
Viraj Kumar
23:18
Sorry... course in computing ethics
Viraj Kumar
30:27
Please do share your questions here, or in the Q&A tab. If your institution already has some course(s) in computing ethics, or has plans to do so, please do share!
Mrityunjay Kumar
38:24
What goes into an ethics curriculum and who teaches it?
Mrityunjay Kumar
40:11
What is the difference between an ethical person writing code, and a develop learning to write 'ethical' code? Or they are same, through ethics in CS education, we want to make the person ethical?
Nagpur ACM Chapter
01:03:44
From Laksmi T G
Nagpur ACM Chapter
01:03:47
1.Embedding teaching-learning programming in a context (social/science topics) would be a better way to integrate the teaching-learning. The context also provides a way to approach ethics. What are your thoughts about them?2. In a software design, is it a good idea to start with asking the question - ' Is a software
Viraj Kumar
01:10:16
I will unmute you for your questions OK?
Viraj Kumar
01:18:34
Thank you all for your questions!
Viraj Kumar
01:19:08
Many thanks for those questions, Lakshmi
Neeldhara Misra
01:27:03
Please feel free to send your questions to the chat or in the q&a tab - thanks!
Amey Karkare
01:50:32
Is the pruning/shrinking automated or manual?
Viraj Kumar
01:51:05
Related to Amey's question: How easy is it for faculty to use this approach?
Nagpur ACM Chapter
01:52:29
From Amey Karkare: Is the pruning/shrinking automated or manual?
Neeldhara Misra
01:53:34
I had the same question about the process of checking if a program is shrinkable/prunable or not... and if those conditions are characterising.
Viraj Kumar
01:53:45
Is there opportunity for synergy between faculty giving programming assignments and the kind of research you are doing? If so, how?
Neeldhara Misra
02:15:00
A reminder that questions are welcome in the chat or in the q&a panel - thanks!
Bhumika Shah
02:16:58
If the teacher uses it for exam, can the student activity be traced ?
Sonia Rani
02:26:58
very informative session
Dr. Swati Jaiswal
02:45:42
What is the amount of time required to train the student to use the tool?
Dr. Swati Jaiswal
02:47:07
Will there be a difference in using the tool in such online setting?
Prajish Prasad
02:47:39
Thanks for the talk. Are you planning to conduct interviews with students to examine how they used the tool, and whether they found the feedback useful?
Bhumika Shah
02:48:00
yes its answered thanks
Prajish Prasad
02:48:44
Also, do you have interaction and click data which shows how they used the feedback?
Jayashree Prasad
02:48:45
When you make the repo of erors how do you categorise the errors? Is it an ongoing process? What are your sources of collecting errors other than from your students?
Prajish Prasad
02:50:25
Thanks!
Jayashree Prasad
02:52:29
Thank you.
Jayashree Prasad
02:54:39
Interseting work and presentation. Thanks again.
Amey Karkare
02:55:46
Thank you everyone.
Sonia Rani
02:55:57
thank you everyone
Viraj Kumar
05:35:19
What advice do you have for budding researchers who may get their initial papers rejected?
V S Meghana
05:42:01
If you have any questions during the presentation, please send them in the chat box! Thanks
Kavya Alse
05:51:17
Most of the syntactic errors are recognised by IDEs and are not too tough to resolve. However, logical errors are the ones which are difficult for students and time consuming. Your comments on this? Can you extend this tool for logical errors too?
Jayashree Prasad
05:55:05
Didn't really get how you actually inject the erroneous code. i.e how actually the injection of errors into the code is automated.
Ameya Daigavane
05:56:10
Are there any class of syntactic errors not considered here?
DIVANSHI WANGOO
05:56:40
Can the tool let the learner understand the program flow or control logic in the program?
Vinu Varghese
05:57:03
how is the error difficulty handled?
Jayashree Prasad
05:57:08
Thanks for that. But then the parser is based on your correct grammar rt?
Ameya Daigavane
05:57:11
Thanks!
Rasya Ramesh
05:59:00
Addressing Divanshi:
Rasya Ramesh
06:02:56
The tool, as of now is only meant for debugging syntax errors. Local context is taken into consideration so that the nodes that are inserted/replaced/removed make sense, however logical aspects like understanding the flow of the code are not addressed
V S Meghana
06:03:54
Hi Jayashree, yes the grammar needs to be right. The parser is based on the correct grammar