Integrating categories of algorithm learning objective into algorithm visualization design: a proposal

@inproceedings{Lee2010IntegratingCO,
  title={Integrating categories of algorithm learning objective into algorithm visualization design: a proposal},
  author={Ming-Han Lee and Guido R{\"o}\ssling},
  booktitle={ITiCSE},
  year={2010}
}
Algorithm Visualization (AV) can be analyzed and evaluated through three properties: the symbol system, the interactivity, and the didactic structure. While the relationship between various symbol systems have been researched and efforts to increase learner and AV interaction are being made, the importance and potential of the didactic structure of AV is yet to be explored. In view of this deficiency, this paper proposes Categories of Algorithm Learning Objective (CALO) as a pedagogical… CONTINUE READING

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