Disguised Programming as a Teaching Aid for Students with Special Needs

@inproceedings{Guerreiro2007DisguisedPA,
  title={Disguised Programming as a Teaching Aid for Students with Special Needs},
  author={Paulo C. M. Guerreiro and Vitor M. M. Vieira},
  year={2007}
}
This paper describes a project that uses constructionist technologies in the development of a new approach for teaching basic programming skills with the Logo language for students with special needs. The necessity and motivation of the learning process has been studied, discussed, and stimulated for a long time. But it has normally been directed to “normal” children, while neglecting those with special learning needs. Meanwhile, one finds a growing number of students with special educational… CONTINUE READING

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