Pantelis M. Papadopoulos

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This paper presents the results after four years of running of an instructional method that utilizes free/libre open source software (FLOSS) projects as tools for teaching software engineering in formal education. In the last four academic years, a total of 408 juniors majoring in Informatics (in a 4-year program) participated in the study, assuming the(More)
This study provides field research evidence on the efficiency of a " free-selection " peer review assignment protocol as compared to the typically implemented " assigned-pair " protocol. The study employed 54 sophomore students who were randomly assigned into three groups: Assigned-Pair (AP) (the teacher assigns student works for review to student pairs),(More)
This work analyzes a case of computer-supported scripted collaboration, focusing on how students' self-organization affected the actual collaboration script during script run-time. Two groups of students studied learning material using a web environment designed for supporting case-based learning. The first group followed a non-scaffolded individual mode of(More)
—This paper presents data analysis from a course on Software Engineering in an effort to identify metrics and techniques that would allow instructor to act proactively and identify patterns of low engagement and inefficient peer collaboration. Over the last two terms, 106 students in their second year of studies formed 20 groups and worked collaboratively(More)