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Code Review in the Classroom [article]

Victor Rivera, Hamna Aslam, Alexandr Naumchev, Daniel de Carvalho, Mansur Khazeev, Manuel Mazzara
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Young developers in a classroom setting provide a clear picture of the potential favourable and problematic areas of the code review process.  ...  Their feedback suggests that the process has been well received with some points to better the process. This paper can be used as guidelines to perform code reviews in the classroom.  ...  Lessons learnt We report on the lessons learnt after implementing the code review in a classroom mentioned in previous sections.  ... 
arXiv:2004.08774v1 fatcat:lidu5h6bd5dqjdk2bxo2hwbnn4

Book Review: Teaching Digital Technologies & STEM: Computational Thinking, coding and robotics in the classroom

Michael Kolodziej, Pepperdine University
2016 Issues and Trends in Educational Technology  
Teaching Digital Technologies & STEM: Computational Thinking, coding and robotics in the classroom provides practical strategies and a variety of teaching tools for developing Computational Thinking skills  ...  computer science related skills, knowledge and attitudes in their classroom practices.  ...  A world of opportunity exists, in which people of all types can learn to code and solve problems, which benefit the world.  ... 
doi:10.2458/azu_itet_v4i2_kolodziej fatcat:urr4g2sojbg2jew7incg6vng74

A Sociolinguistic Investigation of the Code Switching Practices of Students Outside Classroom in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

Mujahid Shah, Ali Furqan, Khalid Mehmood Zaman
2019 Review of Economics and Development Studies  
The study is important in the sense that it will further students understanding about CS in outside classroom settings.  ...  In view of the above the current research investigated the reasons for codeswitching in the interactive practices of students and their perecptions regarding the same in outside classroom settings.  ...  In order to explore in depth the reasons for CS in the interactive practices of the students outside classrom and then their perceptions about the same, the range of the study has to be extended to other  ... 
doi:10.26710/reads.v5i3.709 fatcat:u2mofja6tbdvhhl3zrnaun4cqe

COPUS, PORTAAL, or DART? Classroom Observation Tool Comparison From the Instructor User's Perspective

Mitra Asgari, Asha M. Miles, Maria Sol Lisboa, Mark A. Sarvary
2021 Frontiers in Education  
cited classroom assessment tools in the STEM field: the Classroom Observation Protocol for Undergraduate STEM (COPUS); the Practical Observation Rubric to Assess Active Learning (PORTAAL); and the Decibel  ...  This comparative study can help instructors in selecting a tool that suits their needs and available resources for a better assessment of their classroom teaching and learning.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We thank KC Ryan and Chelsea Maceda of the Investigative Biology Teaching Laboratories for their assistance with preparing the lecture recordings.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2021.740344 fatcat:v5xpgk7x7rggvkqjbyrwpjzzne

A Mixed Methods Study on the Effect of Flipping the Undergraduate Medical Classroom

Kelly Burak, Maitreyi Raman, Michael Paget, Kevin Busche, Sylvain Coderre, Kevin McLaughlin
2017 Education Sciences  
The flipped classroom model is increasingly being adopted in healthcare education, despite the fact that recent systematic reviews in the nursing and medical education literature suggest that this method  ...  Compared to students in the traditional classroom, students in the flipped classroom had significantly lower mean (SD) ratings of their learning experiences (3.48 (1.10) vs. 4.50 (0.72), p < 0.001, d =  ...  Michael Paget was involved in creation of the CARDS template and other learning materials used, and in the delivery of the flipped classroom experience.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci7040083 fatcat:qzcsn3wv6rasliia4gpcml2ksa

ADAPTATION OF A CLASSROOM OBSERVATION PROTOCOL FOR ACTIVE LEARNING

Allison Van Beek, Susan McCahan
2021 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
The resulting extended protocol, TDOP+, was used for coding both live and recorded classroomobservations in the Winter 2020 term.  ...  in a large-scale active learning classroom across STEM education and how active learning in large classrooms compares to pedagogy in other spaces.  ...  Acknowledgements All procedures performed in studies involving human participants were in accordance with the ethical standards of the University of Toronto Ethics Board per Protocol #: 00038186.  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.vi0.14927 fatcat:otfaxffi6rfftd4xnqawasic6y

A REVIEW ON THE USE OF L1 IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSROOMS

Peng Zilian
2021 European Journal of Literature, Language and Linguistics Studies  
This review aims to provide a comprehensive perspective on the use of first language (L1) in foreign language classrooms by reviewing 15 empirical studies.  ...  This review found that the focuses of those studies can be categorized from five aspects: (1) extent of L1 use, (2) the purpose of L1 use, (3) factors influencing teachers' use of L1, (4) attitudes and  ...  About the Author Peng Zilian is currently pursuing her master's degree in the School of Foreign Studies at Yangtze University in Jingzhou, China.  ... 
doi:10.46827/ejlll.v5i1.257 fatcat:rbksk5zdtbfv5ko7g5izb3y4ha

Framework for Software Code Reviews and Inspections in a Classroom Environment

Fernando Almeida
2018 International Journal of Modern Education and Computer Science  
Code reviews and inspections have the purpose to ensure that the code has sufficient quality to be released.  ...  in a classroom session.  ...  Studies reporting the use of code review and inspection techniques in the classroom are very limited.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijmecs.2018.10.04 fatcat:hxp23nvw25fyvcmdoatpmgbhba

Page 38 of School Psychology Review Vol. 39, Issue 1 [page]

2010 School Psychology Review  
School Psychology Review, 2010, Volume 39, No. 1 students in the classroom.  ...  Once approval had been ob- tained from the university’s institutional review board, the local Head Start partners provided contact information for the selected centers and classrooms.  ... 

Quantifying ADHD classroom inattentiveness, its moderators, and variability: a meta-analytic review

Michael J. Kofler, Mark D. Rapport, R. Matt Alderson
2008 Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines  
Most classroom observation studies have documented significant deficiencies in the classroom attention of children with ADHD compared to their typically developing peers.  ...  Conclusions: The present study confirmed that children with ADHD exhibit deficient and more variable visual attending to required stimuli in classroom settings and provided an aggregate estimation of the  ...  The presence of comorbidity on classroom inattentiveness was not evaluated in the review because none of the reviewed studies included comorbid diagnoses beyond LD, ODD, or CD.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-7610.2007.01809.x pmid:18181881 fatcat:j6smze36qbfsvpscaqt5z3tycm

Code-Switching: A Pedagogical Strategy in Bilingual Classrooms

Severinus Sakaria, Joko Priyana
2018 American Journal of Educational Research  
This paper presents a critical review of research on the use of code-switching as an instructional strategy in the teaching and learning of foreign or second language in bilingual contexts.  ...  in foreign or second language classrooms.  ...  Firstly, the paper reviews previous studies that both corroborate and oppose the use of first language in second or foreign language classrooms.  ... 
doi:10.12691/education-6-3-3 fatcat:3nekf64cjbbodkuxlkrvzffqee

What is effective classroom dialog? A comparative study of classroom dialog in Chinese expert and novice mathematics teachers' classrooms

Wenjun Zhao, Jing Ma, Yiming Cao
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
Based on expert teachers' classrooms, the characteristics of effective classroom dialog in the Chinese context were discussed.  ...  The analytical framework for classroom dialog developed in this study could be a powerful tool for subsequent research. Suggestions are provided on increasing the effectiveness of classroom dialog.  ...  Song et al. (2021b) framework is based on a systematic review of frameworks for coding toward classroom dialog over the past 30 years and many years of research experience.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.964967 fatcat:25a6riytuzetbie25rt6dsvogm

When Students Misuse iPads in the Classroom

Pearl Han LI, Robert L. SELMAN, Terrence TIVNAN
2020 Beijing International Review of Education  
In the current study, we analyzed 400 essays from 4th and 8th grade students in a city in the northeastern region of the United States on the topic of whether iPads should be used in the classroom setting  ...  Using thematic analyses to code the essays, we found that students from both grades were sophisticated and discerning in their attitudes and views about the potential benefits and limitations of using  ...  363 When Students Misuse Ipads In The Classroom beijing international review of education 2 (2020) 343-364  ... 
doi:10.1163/25902539-00203004 fatcat:k2eiotwkpzhrbjc5mekebzbevi

How Should Teachers View Learner Code Switching in Second/ Foreign Language Classrooms?

Sari Hidayati
2018 ETERNAL (English Teaching Journal)  
The discussion focuses on learner (as opposed to teacher) code switching in classrooms in which the learners share the same language background.  ...  This article aims to discuss functions of code switching in second and foreign language classrooms.  ...  CODE SWITCHING AS LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGY None of studies previously reviewed claims that learner code switching in classroom may potentially obstruct learning.  ... 
doi:10.26877/eternal.v7i2.2165 fatcat:qfxse3yjsveylebv2zbho6yndm

Flipped Classroom's Validity, Applicability, and Reliability According to University and Private Sector Scholars' Perspectives in the Palestinian Context

Ahmed Awad Amin Raba'
2020 World Journal of English Language  
The results of the analysis showed a significant weight for the flipped classroom model's validity, reliability and it also showed insignificance in the matter of applicability in the Palestinian Context  ...  Teaching effectively produces the change for a better life, thus, the researcher conducted this study to figure out and analyze the potentiality of teaching via flipped classroom instructional method,  ...  Special thanks to Ibrahim Ali Ata Baidoun, a teacher in Ibn Rushd Comprehensive School Boys-Jerusalem for his great support in helping the researcher in data collecting.  ... 
doi:10.5430/wjel.v10n2p46 fatcat:h36dainrxnckxjdi42sgtpfoti
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