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Teaching Techniques

San Diego Room
Monday, 10:30, 1 hour 30 minutes

 


 
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This session consists of two sets of papers. The first two show ways to support active learning in the classroom, to involve students actively in the learning of OO material. The second two show ways to make object-oriented design concrete, something that students can grasp and practice more immediately. Each pair of presentations will be followed by ample time for the authors and attendees to discuss the ideas under consideration.

A Laboratory for Teaching Object-Oriented Language and Design Concepts with Teachlets
Axel Schmolitzky
Monday, 10:30, 20 minutes, San Diego Room
Teaching OO Methodology in a Project-Driven CS2 Course
Barry Kurtz, Frank Barry, James Wilkes
Monday, 10:50, 20 minutes, San Diego Room
Modeling OO Design
Robert Rist
Monday, 11:15, 20 minutes, San Diego Room
Roles of Variables in Object-Oriented Programming
Petri Gerdt, Pauli Byckling, Jorma Sajaniemi
Monday, 11:35, 20 minutes, San Diego Room
 
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