Teaching by demonstration: programming instruction by using live-coding videos

ID: 49481 Type: Brief Paper: Other
  1. Sheng-Rong Tan, Yu-Tzu Lin, and Jia-Sin Liou, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

Tuesday, June 28 11:15-11:35 AM Location: Pavilion Ballroom C

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Abstract: The study probes into the effectiveness of programming instruction by using live-coding videos and to understand how the learning behavior of students on the live-coding programming learning platform designed affects their programming performance.The study intends to apply videos to demonstrate the dynamic and non-linear programming procedure to students for learning the program implementation skills.Student’s performances on programming concepts and implementation skills were examined to explore whether the proposed live-coding-based programming instruction was effective. The results show that students demonstrated significant improvement in program implementation skills while students mostly incorporated with the reflection notes on the video-learning. Students tended to hold more profound think during their reflection process, and helped them to absorb and memorize programming strategies.


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