Intelligent and Adaptive Student Support in FLIP - Early Computer Programming

Sokratis Karkalas, Sergio Gutierrez-Santos

Abstract

Teaching and supporting learning of elementary computer programming is a demanding task that requires resources. This paper presents work that has and will be done to offload part of this task on intelligent agents and support learning in an open and exploratory environment.

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Karkalas S. and Gutierrez-Santos S. (2015). Intelligent and Adaptive Student Support in FLIP - Early Computer Programming . In Doctoral Consortium - DCCSEDU, (CSEDU 2015) ISBN , pages 23-27


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@conference{dccsedu15,
author={Sokratis Karkalas and Sergio Gutierrez-Santos},
title={Intelligent and Adaptive Student Support in FLIP - Early Computer Programming},
booktitle={Doctoral Consortium - DCCSEDU, (CSEDU 2015)},
year={2015},
pages={23-27},
publisher={SciTePress},
organization={INSTICC},
doi={},
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JO - Doctoral Consortium - DCCSEDU, (CSEDU 2015)
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AU - Karkalas S.
AU - Gutierrez-Santos S.
PY - 2015
SP - 23
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