The submissions to SIGCSE TS were outstanding. The 2022 Technical Symposium Best Paper awards were by track:
Best Papers in Computing Education Research
Jayne Everson, F. Megumi Kivuva, and Amy J. Ko. 2022. “A Key to Reducing Inequities in Like, AI, is by Reducing Inequities Everywhere First”: Emerging Critical Consciousness in a Co-Constructed Secondary CS Classroom.
Sophia Krause-Levy, Sander Valstar, Leo Porter, and William G. Griswold. 2022. A Demographic Analysis on Prerequisite Preparation in an Advanced Data Structures Course.
Juho Leinonen, Francisco Enrique Vicente Castro, and Arto Hellas. 2022. Time-on-Task Metrics for Predicting Performance.
Best Papers for Experience Reports and Tools
Wengran Wang, Audrey Le Meur, Mahesh Bobbadi, Bita Akram, Tiffany Barnes, Chris Martens, and Thomas Price. 2022. Exploring Design Choices to Support Novices’ Example Use During Creative Open-Ended Programming.
Jan Vykopal, Valdemar Švábenský, Pavel Seda, and Pavel Čeleda. 2022. Preventing Cheating in Hands-on Lab Assignments.
Jiameng Du, Yifan Song, Mingxiao An, Marshall An, Christopher Bogart, and Majd Sakr. 2022. Cheating Detection in Online Assessments via Timeline Analysis.
Best Papers for Positions and curriculum Initiatives
Kathryn Cunningham, Yike Qiao, Alex Feng, and Eleanor O’Rourke. 2022. Bringing “High-level” Down to Earth: Gaining Clarity in Conversational Programmer Learning Goals.
Veronica Cateté, Amy Isvik, and Marnie Hill. 2022. A Framework for Socially-Relevant Service-Learning Internship Experiences for High School Students.