Dolittle - experiences in teaching programming at K12 schools

@article{Kanemune2004DolittleE,
  title={Dolittle - experiences in teaching programming at K12 schools},
  author={Susumu Kanemune and Takako Nakatani and Rie Mitarai and Shingo Fukui and Yasushi Kuno},
  journal={Proceedings. Second International Conference on Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing, 2004.},
  year={2004},
  pages={177-184}
}
The Japanese government has been promoting IT education, including programming, at elementary and secondary (K12) schools since 2002. We have developed Dolittle, an object-oriented programming language suitable for K12 education, and evaluated it through the teaching opportunities available in classrooms. This work describes the outline and the future outlook of Dolittle, and reports on the examples of how it is used in classes. 

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