ALGORITHM DEVELOPMENT CS 139
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Date Created: 09/26/15
CS 139 Learning Styles September 15 2008 Things you have seen in class or done in class or outside of class to help the following learners Check marks V indicate multiple similar responses Active Learners 0 Ask questions Jump right into the code and change it around Actual examples coding Discussion Take notes during lecture Labs with partners Labs with help available 0 Examples and sample programs Re ective Learners 0 Reading ahead of homework and quizzes 0 Study think back to what was done in class 0 Reading the book WV 0 Discussion groups not sure this is as helpful to the re ective learner unless the group fosters some quiet thought time Individual lab assignments homework Reviewing the notes reviewing the labs Labs Posting the lab in entirety before the lab not sure I understand this one Group work is not mandatory Post examples add your own before class Class time with lectures labs done later after time to think Suggest 7 two sets of lab instructions one for active one for re ective learners interesting suggestion o Plenty of time to process work Sensing Learners 0 Learning syntax Everything done step by step Work out examples step by step Writing algorithms Following the lab assignments sequentially Needing to complete one section before moving on to the next Studying definitions and terms Programming Working decoding myself Figuring out the math formulas Read the book Learning java code in patterns Learning the syntax and codes Intuitive Learners Labs Experiment with labs Writing out the algorithms Allow more freedom in the labs rather than line by line following the recipe Allow students to not show work Allow smaller groups of like minded people Jump right into assignments 7 Visual Lea1ners Drawing it out on paper before hand containers W PowerPoint WW examples of programming shown on projector Use charts graphs diagrams WN Reference examples from the book for each lab assignment Pay attention to pictures on PowerPoint Dialog boxes Reading Verbal Learners Explaining the PowerPoint Lecture explanation WNWKN Discuss how to solve problem I want to develop some case studies Written directions Reading book reading notes Listen to lectures Sequential Learners Class lecture that explains Follow the steps in the lab or assignment W Have a set of instructions Take notes and rewrite them in sequence Diagrams Show how to get to a goal Lots of examples along with the steps WN Global Learners Define what we are doing first Give students the goal but not the steps Let them brainstorm the steps Need to know the end of the assignment from the beginning Web chart Starting with the concept final product Research how tools relate Programming assignments Read whole lab and then begin
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