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Software Engineering Education Going Agile : 11th China-Europe International Symposium on Software Engineering Education (CEISEE 2015)

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Software Engineering Education Going Agile : 11th China-Europe International Symposium on Software Engineering Education (CEISEE 2015)
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Software Engineering Education Going Agile
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  • The History of China-Europe International Symposium on Software Engineering Education -- CEISEE 2015: Topics -- Contents -- Contributors -- Reform and Practice of Laboratory Course for Compiler Principle in HIT -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Brief Overview of the Laboratory Course -- 3 Problems of the Laboratory Course in the Past -- 4 Reform and Practice of Laboratory Teaching -- 5 Evaluation of the Proposed Methods -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- A Philosophical Comparison of Chinese and European Models of Computer Science Education. (A Discussion Paper) -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Learning and Teaching Philosophy -- 3 Student Engagement -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- Study of Progressive Training Plan on Software Engineering Talents -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Software Engineering Talents Training Objectives and Program -- 2.1 Software Engineering Talents Training Objectives -- 2.2 Software Engineering Talents Program -- 3 Progressive Practice Teaching System of Software Engineering Talents -- 3.1 Series Course Introduction Based on Progressive Practice Teaching System -- 3.2 Objectives of Series Courses Based on Progressive Practice Teaching System -- 4 Conclusions -- Further Reading -- Agile Software Development in Business Informatics: Using Agile Methods for Teaching Purposes at the University of Applied Sci... -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Agile Software Development and Experiences in Teaching These Methods -- 3 Concept for the Use of Agile Methods Within the Business Computer Science at the WHZ -- 3.1 The Fundamental Approach -- 3.2 The Pattern Room -- 3.3 Classification in the Study Process and Desired Development of Skills -- 3.4 Possible Use of the Pattern Room in Teaching -- 4 Conclusion -- References -- International Program Strategy for Software Engineering Skills Development in Software College at NEU -- 1 Introduction to NEU and Its Software College
  • 2 The Main Characteristics of the Education Insights -- 3 Degree Programs in Software College of NEU -- 3.1 Bachelor Programs for Software Engineering -- 3.1.1 International Class (English) of Software Engineering -- 3.1.2 International Class (Japanese) of Software Engineering -- 3.1.3 Software Engineering (English Program) -- 3.2 Master Programs for Software Engineering -- 3.2.1 Software Engineering (Chinese Program) -- 3.2.2 Software Engineering (English Program) -- 3.3 Ph.D. Program for Software Engineering -- 3.4 Achievements of International Education -- 4 International Cooperation of Software College of NEU -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- Outstanding Engineer Education Plan for School of Information and Software Engineering at UESTC -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Schedule of Outstanding Engineer Education Plan -- 3 Quality Assurance Measures -- 3.1 School Council Accountability System -- 3.2 Strict Company Qualification Examination and Process Controls -- 3.3 Enterprise Cooperation Course Selection -- 3.4 Responsibilities of SISE Teachers for Internship -- 3.5 Internship Summary and Company Grading -- 3.6 Internship Project Defense -- 4 Problems and Countermeasures -- 4.1 Quantity and Quality of Cooperative Companies -- 4.2 The Unwillingness of Companies to Accept Students at the Undergraduate Thesis Stage -- 4.3 Quality of Enterprise Cooperative Courses -- 4.4 Work Pressure on SISE Teachers -- 5 Achievements -- 6 Summary -- The Construction for Quality Assurance System (QAS) of Training Professional Master of Engineering of University of Electronic... -- 1 The Core We Around -- 2 The Establishment of Three Mechanisms -- 2.1 The Assurance Mechanisms of Communication -- 2.2 The Management Mechanism of Learning Cycle -- 2.3 Monitoring Mechanism of Quality -- 3 The Good Use of the Nine Elements -- 3.1 Aspect of the Assurance Mechanisms of Communication
  • 3.2 Aspect of the Management of Learning Cycle -- 3.3 The Monitoring System of Quality -- References -- Exploration and Achievements of Studentś Vocational Education of Software Engineering Major -- 1 Position of Student Cultivation Objectives of Software Engineering Major -- 2 Exploration of Studentś Vocational Education of Software Engineering Major -- 2.1 Cultivate Studentś Practical Engineering Ability Based on Practical Training -- 2.2 Establish College-Enterprise B̀̀usiness Clasś ́Cooperative Model and Broaden Studentś Knowledge Breadth -- 2.3 Build a Platform for Innovation and Competition, and Encourage Students to Accumulate Project Experience -- 2.4 Strengthen International Exchanges, and Expand Studentś International Perspective -- 2.5 Carry Out General Education Courses, and Cultivate Studentś Comprehensive Quality -- 3 Achievements of Studentś Vocational Education of Software Engineering Major -- 3.1 Student Employment Is Oriented with Market Demand. Signing Contract with Enterprise Has Been the Mainstream -- 3.2 Good Student Employment Quality and High Employment Platform -- 3.3 Upsurge Entrepreneurial Passion and Striking Entrepreneurial Achievements -- References -- Joint UB-HIT Master: A Survey of Graduate Students -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Overview of the Results -- 3 Limitations of the Survey -- 4 Discussion -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Enhancing Computing Student Employability Skills Through Partnership Working in STEM Outreach -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Approach -- 2.1 Linked but not Combined -- 2.2 STEM Steering Group -- 2.3 Computinǵs Part -- 3 Case Study -- 3.1 Student A -- 3.2 Student B -- 3.3 Student C -- 4 Results -- 5 Personal Reflection -- References -- Review of a Problems-First Approach to First Year Undergraduate Programming -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Background -- 3 Problem Solving -- 4 Problem-Solving-First
  • 5 Physical to Visual -- 5.1 Physical Robots -- 5.2 Visual Robots -- 5.3 Visual Programming -- 6 Problem-Based Learning (PrBL)/Project-Based Learning (PjBL) -- 7 Conclusion -- References -- The Lab Internship Alternative -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Critical Issues in Enterprise Internships -- 3 Lab Internship in the Double Master Program -- 3.1 Double Master Program Courses -- 4 Lab Internship -- 4.1 DMP Thesis and Internships -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- An Exploration of MOOC+SPOCs Teaching Mode -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Why MOOC+SPOCs -- 2.1 Relations Between MOOC and SPOCs -- 2.2 Teaching Difference for Different Types of Learners -- 2.3 MOOC+SPOCs Improve the Teaching Effect -- 3 M̀̀OOC+SPOCŚ ́Practice in Cumooc Platform -- 3.1 Challenges in Teaching Reform of C̀̀ollege Computeŕ ́Course -- 3.2 MOOC+SPOCs Practice for College Students -- 3.3 Evaluation for MOOC+SPOCs from Students -- 4 Conclusion -- References -- Documentation During System Development: Maturity Levels for Decision-Making -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Making Decisions for Documentation -- 3 Conclusion -- References -- A Study on the Education Quality Assurance System for Master of Software Engineering -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Competency of Master of Software Engineering -- 3 The Quality Assurance System for Master of Software Engineering -- 4 Conclusions -- References -- Towards a Better Object-Oriented Software Development Education Using the DCI Software Architecture -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Class-Oriented Programming-Why Object-Oriented Programming Is Hard -- 3 DCI: Object-Oriented Programming with Objects and Roles -- 4 DCI Details and Example -- 5 Combining DCI and MVC and Conclusions -- References -- Principled Flipped Learning Paradigm for Laboratory Courses in Software Engineering -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Paradigm -- 3 Practice -- 4 Conclusions -- References
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