Curtis A. Carver

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LN'I'ROI)UCTION One problem that faces computer science teachers today, and teachers everywhere, 1sthat the process of teaching well is no lunger as simple as Wdnding in front of a classroom and lecturing for 55 minutes. Professional educators must choose between the myriad of educational tools and techniques available to them that over the years have(More)
The Information Technology (IT) movement in higher education has been growing over several years, leading to a draft ACM CC2004 report that defines Information Technology in relation to other computing disciplines and a draft ABET/CAC accreditation standard that calls for documented educational objectives. As yet, there is no authoritative agreement on(More)
This paper outlines a methodology to improve the performance of the weakest students through networked hypermedia and in-class exercises. These efforts are an outgrowth of experiments using networked hypermedia in the form of the World Wide Web (WWW) as the basis for networked courseware [1-4]. While initial approaches significantly enhanced the performance(More)
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