• Undergraduate

Sebastian Dziallas

Faculty Member in Computer Science

Email: sebastian.dziallas@fulbright.edu.vn  

Fields of Interest: computing education research, human-computer interaction 

Education: Ph.D. 2019, University of Kent, UK 

Bio: 

Sebastian Dziallas received his Ph.D. in the Computing Education Research Group at the University of Kent. 

His research examines characteristics of computer science graduates and uses a highly qualitative, narrative methodology to explore the sense graduates make of their own educational experiences within their wider learning trajectories. 

Before joining the University of Kent, he graduated from Olin College of Engineering in the United States. 

Courses: 

  • Computer Science I: Introduction to Programming 
  • Computer Science II: Data Structures 
  • Human-Computer Interaction 
  • Quantitative Reasoning for a Digital Age 

Select Publications:  

Dziallas, Sebastian, and Sally Fincher. 2019. “Accountable Disciplinary Knowledge in Computing Education: A Case-Comparative Approach.” In Proceedings of the 2019 ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research. 

Dziallas, Sebastian, and Sally Fincher. 2018. “‘I Told You This Last Time, Right?’: Re-Visiting Narratives of STEM Education.” In Proceedings of the 2018 ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research. 

Dziallas, Sebastian, and Sally Fincher. 2016. “The History and Purpose of Computing Curricula (1960s to 2000s).” In Communities of Computing: Computer Science and Society in the ACM, edited by Thomas J. Misa, 91–110. ACM Books. 

Dziallas, Sebastian, and Sally Fincher. 2016. “Aspects of Graduateness in Computing Students’ Narratives.” In Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference on International Computing Education Research.

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