Fifth International Conference on Learning and Teaching in Computing and Engineering
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, April 20th - April 23rd, 2017


All sessions will be held in Room 408-410 Megn Wah Complex, University of Hong Kong.

Thursday, 20th April

18:00 Informal welcome dinner.

Friday, 21st April

08:00 Registration
09:00 Inauguration Ceremony
  Professor Stephen Andrews, Dean, Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong
Dr. Anders Berglund, Uppsala University, Sweden
Associate Professor James Harland, RMIT University, Australia
09:20 Keynote 1. Associate Professor Judy Sheard.
  Academic integrity in computing education: strategies to guide students and educators through the maze Slides
10:30 Tea Break
11:00 Paper Session 1
  Theme: Student Engagement
  Comparative Analysis of Students Perception on the Relevance of Diploma Certificate in Automotive Engineering to the Industry Slides
  Yusri Kamin, Muhammad Sukri Saud, Damon Cartledge and Audu Rufai
  What Do Students Feel About Learning Programming Using Both English And Their Native Language? Video
  Adalbert Gerald Soosai Raj and Kasama Ketsuriyonk
  The Impact of 3-Dimensional Solid Modeling on Improving The Visualization Skills of Engineering Drawing Students Slides
  Muhammad Sukri Saud, Yusri Kamin, Mohd Safarin Nordin and Sheryl A. Sorby
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Paper Session 2
  Theme: Online tools for thinking and assessment
  Argumentative Knowledge Construction Process in Social Collaborative Learning Environment Video
  Siti Nur Khadijah Aishah Ibrahim and Jamalludin Harun
  The Use of Scenario-Epistemic Game in Socio-collaborative Learning Environment to Engender Higher Order Thinking Skills in Chemistry Slides
  Pui Wun Kho and Jamalludin Harun
  Towards digitalisation of summative and formative assessments in academic teaching of statistics Slides
  Nils Schwinning, Michael Striewe, Till Massing, Christoph Hanck and Michael Goedicke
15:30 Tea Break (including poster)
  Poster: A Perspective from Vietnamese Students on Teaching of Soft Skills
  Huu-Phuc Vo, Anders Berglund and Mats Daniels
16:00 Paper Session 3
  Theme: Beginning Programming
  How Do First Year Students Learn C Programming in Bhutan? Slides
  Phurpa Tshering, Dekar Lhamo, Lu Yu and Anders Berglund
  Students’ Experience and Use of Assessment in an Online Introductory Programming Course Slides
  Emma Riese
16:45 Close for the day

Saturday, 22nd April

08:00 Registration
09:00 Paper Session 4
  Theme: Social Issues
  How Do You Feel: Affective Expressions from Computer Science Senior Capstone Projects Slides
  Rick Parker
  Developing Critical Reflection Skill among Pre-Service Teacher through Collaborative Inquiry Using Social Media Slides
  Mohd Fadzli Ali, Lokman Mohd Tahir and Mohd Nihra Haruzuan Md Said
  Why do female students choose to study CS in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia? Slides
  Fayiq Alghamdi
10:20 Tea Break
10:50 Keynote 2. Associate Professor Pang Ming Fai.
  What is critical to the development of domain-specific “learning-to- learn” capabilities Slides
12:00 Lunch
13:30 Paper Session 5
  Theme: Online Learning
  The Effects of Electronic Textbook Implementation on Students’ Learning in Chemistry Lessons Slides
  Ricky Chiu, Derek Cheung and Wilfred Lau
  A Systematic Review on Learning Analytics Intervention Contributing to Student Success in Online Learning Slides
  Si Na Kew and Zaidatun Tasir
  The Effects of Mobile Problem-Based Science Dictionary Application Dicscience Pbl towards Students’ Mastery of Scientific Terms and Critical Thinking Slides
  Nurul Syazwani Ismail, Jamalludin Harun, Megat Aman Zahiri Megat Zakaria and Shaharuddin Md Salleh
15:00 Tea Break
15:30 Paper Session 6
  Theme: Design
  Participatory Refinement of Participatory Outcomes: Students Iterating over the Design of a Mobile Learning Application
  Muhammad Mustafa Hassan
  Enhancing Computing Engineering in India - a design story Slides
  Sandhya Kode and Erkki Sutinen
  The impact of the student scrum master on quality and delivery time on students' projects Slides
  Robert Hans
16:45 Close for the day
19:00 Conference Dinner

Sunday, 23rd April

09:00 Keynote 3. Professor Baharuddin bin Aris.
  Technology, Engagement and Authentic Learning for TVET Slides
10:00 Tea Break
10:30 Paper Session 7
  Theme: Teaching environments
  Directing Teacher Focus in Computer Science Online Learning Environments Slides
  Katrina Le, Hamid Tarmazdi, Rebecca Vivian, Katrina Falkner, Claudia Szabo and Nickolas Falkner
  Nothing to fear but fear itself: introducing recursion in lower secondary schools Slides
  Violetta Lonati, Dario Malchiodi, Mattia Monga and Anna Morpurgo
  Supporting Computational Thinking Development in K-6 Slides
  Katrina Falkner, Rebecca Vivian and Nickolas Falkner
12:00 Reflections
12:30 LaTiCE 2018 Presentation
12:45 Closing Ceremony