Raymond Lister (computer science researcher)

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Raymond Lister (born 1959) is an Australian computer scientist and researcher on computer science education research.[1] He was born in Casino, New South Wales and has spent most of his life in Sydney, NSW Australia. During his research and academic career he has specialised in understanding the learning and teaching of computer programming and is an associate professor at the University of Technology, Sydney.

Lister is an ALTC Associate Fellow.[2]

Conference Keynote Addresses[edit]

  • Toward a Developmental Epistemology of Computer Programming (WiPSCE keynote) [1]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Guzdial, Mark. "Computing Education Must Go Beyond Intuition: The Need for Evidence-Based Practice". BLOG@CACM. Communications of the ACM. Retrieved 22 June 2015. Raymond Lister has been writing for years about the problem that computing education practitioners do not engage with evidence and the research on education (see his 2012 Inroads article). Raymond calls the knowledge that computing educators use in making teaching decisions "folk pedagogy" (see this article)
  2. ^ "2007 ALTC Associate Fellow". Fellows. Australian Government, Office of Learning and Teaching. Retrieved 22 June 2015.