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Participatory teaching methods in computer science

Participatory teaching methods in computer science,10.1145/31820.31751,ACM Sigcse Bulletin,James S. Jones

Participatory teaching methods in computer science   (Citations: 16)
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Journal: ACM Sigcse Bulletin , vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 155-160, 1987
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    • ...For example, one important role of questions is to encourage students to self-explain, which has been shown to be highly beneficial for learning [6], a possible source of the effectiveness of Socratic dialogue [12]...

    Kristy Elizabeth Boyeret al. Principles of asking effective questions during student problem solvin...

    • ...Role playing has also been used in computing and information technology such as in teaching hardware design [15], formal methods [11], and object-oriented design [1]...

    Didar Zowghi. Teaching Requirements Engineering to the Baháí Students in Iran who ar...

    • ...These methods have taken a better effect than those didactic teaching methods where instructors impart content or information to the student as is done in a lecture [6]...
    • ...Many researchers have shared their experiences or proposed the methods in lab or project design [7, 8]. There are a few literatures addressing how to carry out discussions or seminar-style studies in classroom [6, 12] maybe since these techniques are too subtle to articulate...
    • ...Perhaps the best subjects are those in which there was an actual historical trend in solving some problem from poor to better to best solution [6]...

    Jingtao Liet al. Interactive Teaching Methods in Information Security Course

    • ...Participatory techniques are similar to active learning and include brainstorming, directed dialogues, small group discussions, role-playing, theatrical performances, games, panel discussions, and debates [13]...

    Roxanne L. Canosaet al. Mock trials and role-playing in computer ethics courses

    • ...Even though, among others, Jones (1987) has noted that participatory teaching methods may bring good results, they remain largely unused by computer science educators...
    • ...In Computer Science (Ben-Ari, 2004; Carbone & Kaasbøll, 1988; Jones, 1987), there is research concentrating on teaching programming for students...
    • ...Jones (1987, p. 155) states that participatory teaching methods are “those which draw the student into the classroom learning process.” A good learning experience can be born out of the interaction between the participants freely exchanging their knowledge and ideas (Andersson & Bendix 2006)...
    • ...Participatory methods can increase both the teachers’ and students’ motivation, as the awareness of what is going on in the classroom increases through interaction (Jones 1987)...
    • ...According to Jones (1987) participatory methods include, for example, brainstorming to create ideas spontaneously, directed dialogues as examples of problem solving, small group discussions for preparing food for thought for the whole group, role playing as a stimulation, games as thematized interaction, panel discussions for airing ideas, debates for learning argumentation, and Socratic dialogues as a way to explore the theme further...

    Riikka Vuokkoet al. Experimenting with eXtreme Teaching Method - Assessing Students' and T...

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