LEGOsheets: A Rule-Based Programming, Simulation and Manipulation Environment for the LEG0 Programmable Brick

@inproceedings{Gindling1995LEGOsheetsAR,
  title={LEGOsheets: A Rule-Based Programming, Simulation and Manipulation Environment for the LEG0 Programmable Brick},
  author={Jim Gindling and Andri Ioannidou and Jennifer Loh and Olav Lokkebo and Alexander Repenning},
  booktitle={VL},
  year={1995}
}
LEGOsheets was created. LEGOsheets is an educational environment implemented in Agentsheets, a grid-based tool for creating visual programming languages [5]. Programming can serve as a vehicle to create learning opportunities in the constructionist sense [3]. The LEGO1 Programmable Brick gives children the ability to create physical artifacts, such as vehicles and robots, and program them with interesting behaviors. However, programming is difficult to learn, even for adults. Children often… CONTINUE READING
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