Fostering software engineering principles in K-12 through non-programming activities
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SubjectEmpirical software engineering; Software engineering; Computer science and engineering education; K-12 curriculum; INF/01
We describe two didactic modules that we have designed to foster Software Engineering principles through non-programming activities in non-vocational high schools. We summarize preliminary results of our classroom experience, and we discuss some of the challenges that we have identified.
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