Modeling and multiple representation systems in the design of a computer environment for the learning of programming and C by beginners

@inproceedings{Kordaki2008ModelingAM,
  title={Modeling and multiple representation systems in the design of a computer environment for the learning of programming and C by beginners},
  author={Maria Kordaki},
  year={2008}
}
This study considers a modeling methodology for the design of a computer based problem-solving environment (named L.E.C.G.O: Learning Environment for programming and C using Geometrical Objects) for the learning of computer programming and the programming language C by beginners. For this design, constructivist and social learning theories were taken into account. The general design has taken into consideration models of the learning process and subject matter as well as potential learner… CONTINUE READING

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