Teaching

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Current teaching activities


University of Lorraine

As of September 2017, I teach CS and digital tools for education to undergraduate students at the University School for Education. These classes are focussing on two aspects:

Maison pour la Science Centre-Val de Loire

As a volunteer at la Maison pour la Science Centre-Val de Loire, together with Florent Becker, Philippe Huet and François Barillon, I take part to the design and implementation of activities around CS. The target audience consists of primary and secondary school teachers, who are teaching kids the basics of CS as a science.

These activities are inspired by the book entitled Computer Science Unppluged and briefly described in this webpage.


Past teaching activities


From 2009 until 2017, as an Associate Professor at the University of Orléans, I taught courses related to CS to undergraduate students (192h+ per year) at the University Institute of Technology. These courses included:

In 2008-2009, I was a full-time teaching fellow (ATER) in the CS Department of the Science Faculty of the Université de Lorraine (formerly Université Henri Poincaré). I gave classes on bioinformatics, functional programming (implemented with CAML) and bash programming.

In 2007-2008, I gave a class on Information Retrieval within the ICSL Program of the Department of Linguistics of the University of Tübingen.

In 2006-2007, I was a half-time teaching fellow (ATER) at Polytech Nancy (formerly ESSTIN). I taught Algorithmics and Object-Oriented Programming to undergraduate students.

From 2003 until 2006, I was a teaching assistant in the CS Department of the Science Faculty of the Université de Lorraine (formerly Université Henri Poincaré). I gave classes mainly on algorithmics and functional programming.


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