This workshop will identify a set of concepts about Software Engineering that we believe everyone should know, along with ways to publicly introduce those concepts. We will brainstorm, collect, and organize the concepts we think the public needs to know. We will also brainstorm stories, analogies, models, and learning approaches to use to publicize and spread these concepts. This workshop will develop a list of the top fifteen software engineering concepts the public needs to understand, along with a set of basic learning approaches (e.g., stories, analogies, simple models) to help them with that understanding, and the best ways to publicize and spread these concepts to the public.
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This workshop will peer into the next five years, and identify the important issues in software engineering education and training that should become research and development projects. We will collect and organize ideas, themes, issues, whatever we can think of that will drive research projects in our field in the near future. We will do team brainstorming, group and consolidate the results, rank the importance of the projects, and do a preliminary estimate of the size and time needed for these projects. This workshop will develop an overview of the research themes that we, as a community, believe are important to the field of software engineering education and training.
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