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Faye in China

       Faye Navabi

              Senior Lecturer
                   Faye Tadayon-Navabi
                   Office: Brickyard 518 (5th floor)
                   Phone:480- 965 – 3228
                   email: navabi@asu.edu
                   Office Hours: TTH 1:30-3:00pm & MW 3:00 -4:00pm
                                          and by appointment



CSE110: Principles of Programming with Java
CSE182: Problem Solving with C#
CSE200 Concepts of Computer Science
CSE185: Internet & WWW

Principal Areas of Teaching and Research:

I am  interested in developing strategies to help students succeed in introductory courses and to retain students in the program.

Advances Placement Computer Science:

Chandler High School (2006)

Useful links to Advanced Placement Computer Science

Selected Publications:

F. Tadayon-Navabi, M.R. Anderson-Rowland, J.S. Collofello, and D. Banks, “Increasing the Probability of Success in the First Computer Science Course,” Proc. 34th Ann. ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conf. (FIE 2004), IEEE Press, 2004, pp. 16-20.

J. Collofello, J. Urban, M. Anderson-Rowland, F. Navabi, and D. Roman, “COOL (Computer Outreach Opportunities for Learning) Development and Assessment,” Proc. 33rd ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Eng. Education Conf., 2003.

F. Navabi and W.R. Edwards, “Analysis of the Behavior of Stack-Based Markov Model,” Proc. 22nd Southeastern Int. Conf. on Combinatory, Graph Theory, and Computing 1991.

F. Navabi, tech. report 90-4-8, CACS


Pictures of my China trip (June 2006):  http://www.azphotovideo.com/proofing.htm click on China Trip. Password is China.