A VL/HCC 2019 workshop
in Memphis, TN, USA, Oct. 18, 2019
Below is a list of position statements and papers accepted for the workshop. Demo/poster submissions are still being accepted through Fri Sep 20. A full program will be posted later in September, 2019
Connor Bain and Gabriella Anton and Michael Horn and Uri Wilensky, "Position: Building Blocks for Agent-based Modeling Can Scaffold Computational Thinking Engagement in STEM Classrooms"
Emma Brousseau and Mark Sherman, "Position: The Role of Blocks Programming in Forming Computational Identity"
Sven Jatzlau and Stefan Seegerer and Ralf Romeike, "The Five Million Piece Puzzle: Finding Answers in 500,000 Snap!-Projects." (short paper)
Sven Jatzlau and Tilman Michaeli and Stefan Seegerer and Ralf Romeike, "It's not Magic After All - Machine Learning in Snap! using Reinforcement Learning" (short paper)
Nicholas Lytle, Yihuan Dong, Veronica Catete, Alex Milliken, Amy Isvik, Tiffany Barnes, "Position: Scaffolded Coding Activities Afforded by Block-Based Environments"
Ajay Mehul and Nicholas Cioli and Chris S. Crawford and Andre Denham, "Position Paper: A Novice Oriented Dual-Modality Programming Tool for Brain-Computer Interfaces Application Development"
Lauren R. Milne and Richard E. Ladner, "Position: Accessible Block-Based Programming: Why and How"
Leonel Morales and Carlos Morales and Alex Viau and Laura Gaytan-Lugo, "Tinkercad and Codeblocks in a Summer Course: an Attempt to Explain Observed Engagement and Enthusiasm" (short paper)
Evan W. Patton, Audrey Seo, Franklyn Turbak, "Enhancing Abstraction in App Inventor with Generic Event Handlers" (long paper)
Matthew Poole, "A Block Design for Introductory Functional Programming in Haskell" (short paper)
Fernando J. Rodriguez and Cody R. Smith and Andy Smith and Kristy Elizabeth Boyer and Eric N. Wiebe and Bradford W. Mott and James C. Lester, "Toward a Responsive Interface to Support Novices in Block-Based Programming" (short paper)
Gordon Stein and Akos Ledeczi, "Mixed Reality Robotics for STEM Education" (short paper)
Sandra Taylor and Wookhee Min and Bradford Mott and Andrew Emerson and Andy Smith and Eric Wiebe and James Lester, "Position: INTELLIBLOX: A Toolkit for Integrating Block-Based Programming into Game-Based Learning Environments"
Peeratham Techapalokul and Eli Tilevich, "Position: Manual Refactoring (by Novice Programmers) Considered Harmful"
Peeratham Techapalokul, Eli Tilevich, "Postion: Reusing in the Small: Promoting Procedural Abstraction in Scratch Communal Learning"
Daniel Wendel, "Position: Meeting the Promise of Blocks-as-AST-Nodes Editing with "Typeblocking"" (short paper)