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Comparing Top-down with Bottom-up Approaches: Teaching Data Modeling

@article{Kung2012ComparingTW,
  title={Comparing Top-down with Bottom-up Approaches: Teaching Data Modeling},
  author={Hsiang-Jui Kung and LeeAnn Kung and A. Gardiner},
  journal={Information Systems Education Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={11},
  pages={14-24}
}
Conceptual database design is a difficult task for novice database designers, such as students, and is also therefore particularly challenging for database educators to teach. [...] Key Result The findings suggest that database educators should integrate both top-down and bottom-up approaches in database design showing the differences and similarities between the two approaches to improve students’ learning of data modeling.Expand
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