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German Israeli Research Workshop on Software Engineering Education

Program

09:00 09:30  Registration 
09:30 09:40 Welcome Greetings
Irit Hadar, Juergen Mottok
Session I: Learning Tools and Techniques Chair: Juergen Mottok
09:40 10:00
Social Networks for Supporting Learning of Core Disciplines of SE/CS
Kiril Rogachevsky, Haifa University
10:00 10:20
Reflected Teaching in the Higher Education of Software Education
Magdalena Beslmeisl, OTH-Regensburg
10:20 10:40 Instructing Software Development Courses Using an Evolving Project and Online Assessment Tools
Naomi Unkelos-Shpigel, Haifa University
10:40 11:00 Modern learning tools and techniques for software engineering Open discussion
11:00 11:20 Coffee
  Session II: Soft Skills and Career Development Chair: Georg Hagel
11:20 11:40 Fostering Creativity of Software Engineers Paula Figas, HS-Kempten
11:40 12:00 The Role of the Software Architect: Teachable and non-Teachable Aspects Sofia Sherman, Haifa University
12:00 12:20 Software Developers' Long-term career development Dror Ben Ami, Zefat Academic College
12:20 12:40 Soft Skills for Software Engineering Open discussion
12:40 13:30 Lunch  
Session III: Gamification Chair: Irit Hadar
13:30 13:50 Playful Learning in Academic Software Engineering Education Alexander Soska, OTH-Regensburg
13:50 14:10 Engaging Students with a Mobile Game-based Learning System in University Education Alexander Bartel, HS-Kempten
14:10 14:30 Gamification in Software Engineering Open Discussion
Closing Talk Chair: Amir Tomer
14:30 15:00 Teaching Logic and Formal Methods in Software Engineering: Challenges and Opportunities Anna Zamansky, Haifa University
15:00 15:20 Coffee  
15:20 16:30 Further Research Opportunities CAPELLA team meeting