Characteristics of programming exercises that lead to poor learning tendencies: Part II

Abstract

In most introductory programming courses tasks are given to students to complete as a crucial part of their study. The tasks are considered important because they require students to apply their knowledge to new situations. However, often the tasks have not been considered as a vehicle that can direct learning behaviours in students. In this paper attention… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/377435.377494

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@inproceedings{Carbone2001CharacteristicsOP, title={Characteristics of programming exercises that lead to poor learning tendencies: Part II}, author={Angela Carbone and A. John Hurst and Ian M. Mitchell and Dick Gunstone}, booktitle={ITiCSE}, year={2001} }