• Published 2014

Guidelines for Implementing Pair Programming in Introductory CS Courses : Experience Report

@inproceedings{Radermacher2014GuidelinesFI,
  title={Guidelines for Implementing Pair Programming in Introductory CS Courses : Experience Report},
  author={Alex Radermacher and Gursimran Singh Walia and Sameer Abufardeh and Oksana N. Myronovych and gursimran. walia},
  year={2014}
}
Pair programming has been shown to be an effective method of improving the learning outcomes of students in introductory computer science courses. However, much of the existing literature related to pair programming does not focus how to effectively implement pair programming. Researchers studying multiple aspects of pair programming have conducted several empirical studies at our university over the past two years. During this time, researchers received valuable feedback from course… CONTINUE READING

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