Takayuki Sekiya

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The curricula higher educational institutions offer is a key asset in enabling them to systematically educate their students. We have been developing a curriculum analysis method that can help to find out differences among curricula. On the basis of "Computing Science Curricula CS2013", a report released by the ACM and IEEE Computer Society, we applied our(More)
A good curriculum is crucial for a successful university education. When developing a curriculum, topics, such as natural science, informatics, and so on are set first, course syllabi are written accordingly. However, the topics actually by the courses are not guaranteed to be identical to the initially set topics. To find out if the actual topics are(More)
Novice programmers' understanding of conditional and loop constructs are often incomplete. They seem to understand a single conditional or single loop, but fail to understand the combination of them. We propose a method for finding misconceptions underlying this failure. We first developed a tracing quiz set to locate the exact points at which students will(More)
Information Technology Center, The University of Tokyo provides Educational Campuswide Computing System (ECCS) to approximately 60,000 users at our university. ECCS includes computer labs for class and self-study and a mail service for staff and students. ECCS2012, launched in March 2012, focuses on integrations of hardware and various channels to access(More)
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