Analysis of research into the teaching and learning of programming
Judy Sheard, S. Simon, Margaret Hamilton, Jan Lönnberg
Zu finden in: ICER 2009 (Seite 93 bis 104), 2009
This paper presents an analysis of research papers about programming education that were published in computing education conferences in the years 2005 to 2008. We employed Simon's classification scheme to identify the papers of interest from the ICER, SIGCSE, ITiCSE, ACE, Koli Calling and NACCQ conferences. Having identified the papers, we analyzed the type of data collected, whether the analysis was qualitative, quantitative, or mixed, and the aims and outcomes being reported. The greatest number of papers employed quantitative research methods, investigated the ability, aptitude, or understanding of students, and were based in single courses. The theme of the research and the type of study conducted vary across the conferences, indicating the different nature and role of each conference. Papers that investigated student learning of programming in terms of established theories or models of learning were not common, indicating an area of research that deserves more attention.
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- Koli Calling 2010 - 10th Koli Calling International Conference on Computing Education Research, Koli Calling '10, Koli, Finland, October 28-31, 2010 (Carsten Schulte, Jarkko Suhonen) (2010)
- Review of recent systems for automatic assessment of programming assignments (Petri Ihantola, Tuukka Ahoniemi, Ville Karavirta, Otto Seppälä) (2010)
- ICER 2014 - International Computing Education Research Conference, ICER 2014, Glasgow, United Kingdom, August 11-13, 2014 (Quintin I. Cutts, Beth Simon, Brian Dorn) (2014)
- Theoretical underpinnings of computing education research - what is the evidence? (Lauri Malmi, Judy Sheard, Simon, Roman Bednarik, Juha Helminen, Päivi Kinnunen, Ari Korhonen, Niko Myller, Juha Sorva, Ahmad Taherkhani) (2014)
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