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Wei, Liew Tze; Sazilah, Salam – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2012
This study investigated the effects of visual cues in multiple external representations (MER) environment on the learning performance of novices' program comprehension. Program codes and flowchart diagrams were used as dual representations in multimedia environment to deliver lessons on C-Programming. 17 field independent participants and 16 field…
Descriptors: Programming, Multimedia Materials, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Science Education
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Westley, John W. – Business Education Forum, 1976
In addition to the input/output record format, the program flowchart, the program listing, and the program test output, eight documentation items are suggested in order that they may serve as a base from which to start teaching program documentation. (Author/AG)
Descriptors: Computer Science Education, Data Processing, Programing
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Goktepe, Mesut; And Others – Computers and Education, 1989
Discussion of the use of computers in education focuses on a graphics-based system for teaching the Pascal programing language for problem solving. Topics discussed include user interface; notification based systems; communication processes; object oriented programing; workstations; graphics architecture; and flowcharts. (18 references) (LRW)
Descriptors: Communications, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Graphics, Computer Science Education
Akers, Max Neil – 1969
A programing system using a hypothetical computer is proposed for use in teaching machine and assembly language programing courses. Major components such as monitor, assembler, interpreter, grader, and diagnostics are described. The interpreter is programed and documented for use on an IBM 360/67 computer. The interpreter can be used for teaching…
Descriptors: Computer Programs, Programing, Programing Languages, Simulation
Fisher, D. D.; And Others – 1971
This text is designed to give individually paced instruction in Fortran Programing. The text contains fifteen units. Unit titles include: Flowcharts, Input and Output, Loops, and Debugging. Also included is an extensive set of appendices. These were designed to contain a great deal of practical information necessary to the course. These appendices…
Descriptors: Computer Oriented Programs, Computer Science, Computer Science Education, Flow Charts
Coan, James S. – 1970
With the increasing availability of computer access through remote terminals and time sharing, more and more schools and colleges are able to introduce programing to substantial numbers of students. This book is an attempt to incorporate computer programming, using BASIC language, and the teaching of mathematics. The general approach of the book…
Descriptors: Algorithms, Computer Programs, Mathematical Logic, Mathematics Instruction
Skulicz, Matthew – 1984
Since there are similarities between the process of writing computer programs and the process of writing successful expository prose, a student's knowledge of computer programing can contribute to the understanding of some principles of composition. The establishment of a clear objective is the first priority of both the writer and the programer,…
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Coherence, Computer Literacy, Computer Software
Ross, Steven M.; McCormick, Deborah – 1989
Manipulation of flowcharting was crossed with in-class computer access to examine flowcharting effects in the traditional lecture/laboratory setting and in a classroom setting where online time was replaced with manual simulation. Seventy-two high school students (24 male and 48 female) enrolled in a computer literacy course served as subjects.…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Cognitive Style, Computer Literacy, Flow Charts
Day, Jane M. – 1973
A three unit mathematics course entitled Introduction to Computing evaluated the effectiveness of programing as an aid to learning math concepts and to developing student self-reliance. Sixteen students enrolled in the course at the College of Notre Dame in Belmont, California; one terminal was available, connected to the Stanford Computation…
Descriptors: Algebra, Calculus, College Mathematics, Computer Assisted Instruction
Kiser, Chester; And Others – 1972
This 2-part document is designed to aid school districts in the implementation of a planning programing budgeting system. The first part of the manual contains (1) statements of policy, (2) a master flowchart, (3) organization and functions of a PPBS system, (4) a flowscript of procedures, (5) job outlines, and (6) supplementary appendix material.…
Descriptors: Accountability, Budgeting, Cost Effectiveness, Decision Making
Recker, Margaret M.; Pirolli, Peter – 1990
Students learning to program recursive LISP functions in a typical school-like lesson on recursion were observed. The typical lesson contains text and examples and involves solving a series of programming problems. The focus of this study is on students' learning strategies in new domains. In this light, a Soar computational model of…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Computer Science Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Learning Strategies
Rausa, Tom; And Others – 1983
This project was designed to prepare curriculum materials that can be used to teach general computer literacy and rudimentary programming for grades 7 and 8. The intended audience for these materials is the grade 7 and 8 teacher who is not experienced in computer literacy or programming. Materials provided include, in separate sections for the two…
Descriptors: Computer Literacy, Computer Programs, Computer Science Education, Computers
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Reinecker, Lynn – Computers and Education, 1985
Describes technique involved in designing a clinical simulation problem for the allied health field of respiratory therapy; discusses the structure, content, and scoring categories of the simulation; and provides a sample program which illustrates a programming technique in BASIC, including a program listing and a sample flowchart. (MBR)
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, Certification, Clinical Experience, Computer Simulation
Thornburg, David; Beane, Pam – Classroom Computer Learning, 1983
Presents programming ideas using LOGO, activity for converting flowchart into a computer program, and a Pascal program for generating music using paddles. Includes the article "Helping Computers Adapt to Kids" by Philip Nothnagle; a program for estimating length of lines is included. (JN)
Descriptors: Computer Graphics, Computer Programs, Microcomputers, Musical Composition
Manitoba Dept. of Education, Winnipeg. – 1983
This guide to a 4-unit, required high school computer science course emphasizes problem solving and computer programming and is designed for use with a variety of hardware configurations and programming languages. An overview covers the program rationale, goals and objectives, program design and description, program implementation, time allotment,…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Literacy, Computer Science Education, Computers
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