Separating Algorithmic Thinking and Programming

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Chandoo, M.: Separating Algorithmic Thinking and Programming. In: Desel, J.; Opel, S.; Siegeris, J. (Hrsg.): Tagungsband 9. Fachtagung Hochschuldidaktik Informatik (HDI) 2021. Hagen : FernUniversität Hagen, 2021, S. 109-115

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We describe an approach to teaching algorithmic thinking and programming and the first experiences that we made with it in practice. The idea is to present computational problems as a certain kind of game that the learner can play in order for them to develop a concrete idea of what constitutes an algorithm. The purpose of this is to emphasize that one can think of algorithms independently of a particular programming language. For the programming part a mini language called machine programs and a method to construct such programs from traces is described.
License of this version: CC BY-SA 4.0 Unported
Document Type: BookPart
Publishing status: acceptedVersion
Issue Date: 2021
Appears in Collections:Fakultät für Elektrotechnik und Informatik

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4 image of flag of Turkey Turkey 15 2.26%
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    other countries 70 10.56%

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