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Experiences with Tutored Video Instruction for Introductory Programming Courses
 

Summary: Experiences with Tutored Video Instruction for Introductory
Programming Courses
Richard Anderson and Martin Dickey and Hal Perkins
Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-2350
{anderson,dickey,perkins}@cs.washington.edu
Abstract
In this paper we describe our experiences of exporting
our introductory programming courses to community
colleges. We used Tutored Video Instruction (TVI) as
the mode of instruction where recorded versions of our
lectures were shown to groups of students with local in-
structors periodically stopping the lecture for questions
and discussion.
We have offered a total of 16 sections of TVI courses, 11
were of our first quarter programming coures (CSE142),
and 5 were of our second quarter programming course
(CSE 143). The courses were offered at seven insti-
tutions. Approximately 180 students completed the
courses.

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences