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CLEIEJ
2010
10 years 1 months ago
Incorporation of Kinesthetic Learning Activities to Computer Science 1 course: Use and Results
In this work, we present the systematic incorporation of Kinesthetic Learning Activities (activities with movements and sensations), into the Computer Science 1 course. We detail ...
Inés Friss de Kereki
SIGCSE
2005
ACM
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10 years 10 months ago
Closed laboratories with embedded instructional research design for CS1
Closed laboratories are becoming an increasingly popular approach to teaching introductory computer science courses. However, as observed in [1], “Considering the prevalence of ...
Leen-Kiat Soh, Ashok Samal, Suzette Person, Gwen N...
ACMSE
2011
ACM
9 years 4 months ago
Targeting FPGA-based processors for an implementation-driven compiler construction course
This paper describes the adaptation of a modern compiler construction course to target an FPGA-based hardware platform used throughout our computer science curriculum. One of the ...
D. Brian Larkins, William M. Jones
SIGCSE
2009
ACM
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11 years 5 months ago
Using daily student presentations to address attitudes and communication skills in CS1
Many CS1 courses lack a breadth in coverage of computing related topics and do not actively engage in nonprogramming computer science topics. In addition, many introductory (and...
Chris Bennett, Timothy Urness
SIGCSE
2009
ACM
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11 years 5 months ago
Implications of integrating test-driven development into CS1/CS2 curricula
Many academic and industry professionals have called for more testing in computer science curricula. Test-driven development (TDD) has been proposed as a solution to improve testi...
Chetan Desai, David S. Janzen, John Clements
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