PPIG 1994 Programme

The Relationship Between Barriers to Learning by Exploration and Errors Made by Experts Peter Poulson University of Colorado, USA

Programming by Paradigm Transfer Roger Stone Loughborough University of Technology, UK

Towards an Experiential Description of Programming and Learning to Program Shirley Booth University of Göteberg, Sweden

Who Really Needs to Program Today? Tim O'Shea The Open University, UK

Empirical Studies of Object-Oriented Approaches to Design and Analysis Gary Olson University of Michigan, USA

Moilère: A Visual Programming Environment Based on a Theatre Metaphor Isabelle Borne EHEI, France

Learning Computer Programming: The Effects of Collaborative Explanations and Metacognition on Skill Acquisition Katherine Bielaczyc Berkeley, USA

The Effect of Graphical and Textual Visualisation on the Comprehension of Prolog Execution by Novices: An Empirical Analysis Paul Mullholland The Open University, UK

Computer Programming for Noughts and Crosses: New Frontiers Meurig Benyon Department of Computer Science, University of Warwick, UK

On Debugging Marc Eisenstadt The Open University, UK

A Descriptive Model of Communication Among Developers Diane Sonnenwald Risøe University, Denmark

Cognitive and Organisational Issues in Programming in the Large: Preliminary Findings from a Case Study Patrick Waterson University of Sheffield, UK

Prolog Unification: Diverse Teaching Strategies for Novices Judith Good AISB, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

An Experimental Evaluation of Different Proposals for Teaching Prolog Mike Brayshaw The Open University, UK

Teaching Computer Science at the OU Simon Holland The Open University, UK

Ceilidh David Gilmore Department of Psychology, University of Nottingham, UK

An Exploration of the Difficulties of Learning Abstract Data Types and Structural Induction Judith Segal University of Surrey, UK

Prolog Unification: Diverse Teaching Strategies for Novices Judith Good AISB, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

User Studies for Toolkit Development in Virtual Reality Christina Vasilakis USA

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