Dual-Modality Instruction and Learning - A Case Study in CS1

Jeremiah J. Blanchard
Jeremiah J. Blanchard

SIGCSE, pp. 818-824, 2020.

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Abstract:

In college-level introductory computer science courses, students traditionally learn to program using text-based languages which are common in industry and research. This approach means that learners must concurrently master both syntax and semantics. Blocks-based programming environments have become commonplace in introductory computing ...More

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