Teaching Object-Oriented Programming Is More than Teaching Object-Oriented Programming Languages

  title={Teaching Object-Oriented Programming Is More than Teaching Object-Oriented Programming Languages},
  author={J\orgen Lindskov Knudsen and Ole Lehrmann Madsen},
One of the important obligations of an expanding research area is to discuss how to approach the teaching of the subject. Without this discussion, we may fmd that the word is not spread properly, and thus that the results are not properly utilized in industry. Furthermore, discussing teaching the research area gives additional insight into the research area and its underlying theoretical foundation. In this paper we will report on our approach to teaching programming languages as a whole and… CONTINUE READING
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