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Bergin, Joe; Bruce, Kim; Kölling, Michael (2005)
Publisher: ACM
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: QA76

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ACM Ref: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION
Various software tools have been proposed or developed for use in introductory programming courses. Usually, presentation of a new tool at the SIGCSE symposium occurs when a tool is first developed, leaving it to interested observers to identify success or failure of tools over their lifetime.For teachers, it can be difficult to compare available tools and judge potential application in their courses.In this session, three tools with an established track record of successful classroom use are presented: Karel J Robot [1], objectdraw [2], and BlueJ [2]. In addition to considering each tool individually, opportunities for combinations of these tools are also discussed.The focus of this session will be on concrete, hands-on advice that teachers can immediately apply in their classrooms. \ud \ud \ud
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    • [1] Bergin, J., Stehlik, M., Roberts, J., Pattis, R., Karel J Robot: A Gentle Introduction to the Art of Object-Oriented Programming in Java, Unpublished manuscript. Available on the web at: http://csis.pace.edu/~bergin/ KarelJava2ed/Karel++JavaEdition.html
    • [2] Bruce, K. B., Danyluk, A., and Murtagh, T. A library to support a graphics-based object-first approach to CS 1. In Proceedings of the 2001 ACM SIGCSE Symposium (2001), pp. 6Ð10..
    • [3] Kšlling, M., Quig, B., Patterson, A. and Rosenberg, J., The BlueJ system and its pedagogy, Journal of Computer Science Education, Special issue on Learning and Teaching Object Technology, Vol 13, No 4, 249-268, Dec 2003.
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