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Programmieren ist schwierig


Roy PeaEven after a year or more of programming instruction, students have grcat difficulty predicting what output a program will have, in what ordcr command will hc executed, or in writing and debugging original programs to solve problems.
Von Roy Pea im Text Language‐Independent Conceptual «Bugs» in Novice Programming (1986)
Programming and coding are skill sets. Programmers can progress from beginners to experts over a long period of time. It takes more and more practice and experience to reach the higher stages. Becoming proficient at programming real-world applications is not easy. The much publicized kid coders are mostly beginners.
Von Peter J. Denning, Matti Tedre, Pat Yongpradit im Text Misconceptions About Computer Science (2017)
Mark Guzdialprogramming is a hard skill to learn. The lack of student programming skill even after a year of undergraduate studies in computer science was noted and measured in the early 80's [32] and again in this decade [20]. We know that students have problems with looping constructs [31], conditionals [8], and assembling programs out of base components [33]
Von Mark Guzdial im Journal Computer Science Education Research im Text Programming Environments for Novices (2004)
Educators have been searching for many years for ways to accelerate learning programming. Seymour Papert introduced the Logo language in the 1970s and watched how children got excited by computing and learned how to think computationally. He attuned Logo to children’s interests; even so, it still took students time to move from the fascination of the introduction to the ability to program useful computations regularly.
Von Peter J. Denning, Matti Tedre, Pat Yongpradit im Text Misconceptions About Computer Science (2017)
Mark GuzdialMost of our studies point more toward how complex it is for humans to learn how to program a computer. We continue to marvel at the intelligence and creativity of humans, and that even students without training in computing can already think in algorithmic terms. However, developing that skill to the point that it can be used to give directions to a machine in the machine’s language occurs more slowly than we might expect. We can get students through the process, but we still don’t have effective measures of how much they’re learning.
Von Mark Guzdial im Buch Making Software (2010) im Text Why Is It So Hard to Learn to Program?


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