An instructional interpreter for basic

@inproceedings{Barr1976AnII,
  title={An instructional interpreter for basic},
  author={Avron Barr and Marian Beard},
  booktitle={SIGCSE '76},
  year={1976}
}
The BASIC Instructional Program (BIP) was developed to investigate tutorial modes of interaction in computer-assisted instruction (CAI). BIP is a problem-solving laboratory that helps students while they are solving introductory programming problems in the BASIC language. The problems are presented in an individualized sequence based on a representation of the structure of the curriculum and a model of the student's state of knowledge. This paper describes the BIP system, with emphasis on… CONTINUE READING
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A rationale and description of a CAI program to teach the BASIC programming language

  • A. Barr, M. Beard, R. C. Atkinson
  • Instructional Science
  • 1975
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