Teaching Novices Programming with Core Language and Dynamic Visualisation

@inproceedings{Hu2004TeachingNP,
  title={Teaching Novices Programming with Core Language and Dynamic Visualisation},
  author={Minjie Hu},
  year={2004}
}
This paper attempts to explore a new method to improve the teaching of computer programming for beginners at tertiary level. It begins with a change of approach to teaching and then to a mix of basic theory and practice. It then finds a core language, which simplified the scope of programme design and implementation. Dynamic visualisation technique was used as a supplementary tool in programme logic design, debugging and testing with desk-check, which helps novices understand their programme… CONTINUE READING

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