Introductory programming and the didactic triangle

@inproceedings{Berglund2010IntroductoryPA,
  title={Introductory programming and the didactic triangle},
  author={Anders Berglund and Raymond Lister},
  booktitle={ACE '10},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper, we use Kansanen's didactic triangle to structure and analyse research on the teaching and learning of programming. Students, teachers and course content are the three entities that form the corners of the didactic triangle. The edges of the triangle represent the relationships between these three entities. We argue that many computing educators and computing education researchers operate from within narrow views of the didactic triangle. For example, computing educators often… CONTINUE READING
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