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On knowledge transfer skill in pair programming

Franz Zieris, Lutz Prechelt
2014 Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement - ESEM '14  
Method: Qualitative data analysis of recordings of actual industrial pair programming sessions. Results: Some pairs are much more e cient in their knowledge transfer than others.  ...  Conclusions: Pair programming requires skill beyond software development skill.  ...  We thank our pairs for allowing us to record and scrutinize their sessions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2652524.2652529 dblp:conf/esem/ZierisP14 fatcat:be67ngq32vhnzdzpvcop5xv3ty

An Empirical Analysis on the Discontinuous Use of Pair Programming [chapter]

Andrea Janes, Barbara Russo, Paolo Zuliani, Giancarlo Succi
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The aim of this work is to show the efficacy of Pair Programming in transferring knowledge and skills over an environment where people met only occasionally.  ...  Pair Programming has been shown to increase communication and teamwork skills and to provide better code.  ...  Therefore, Pair Programming was effective at transferring knowledge and skills.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44870-5_26 fatcat:63vuyl7egbcn7l76jao2vxlryi

Implementation and Practice of Pair Learning Based on Pair Programming

Wan-feng DOU, Xiao-dong BAI, Yue ZHANG, Ye-bo YANG, Yang YANG
2017 DEStech Transactions on Social Science Education and Human Science  
As a new mode of cultivating innovative talents in modern universities, pair learning is an important innovation in the reform of traditional teaching methods.  ...  Pairing teaching practice shows that pair learning has achieved good effects on developing learning initiative of students and improving teaching quality.  ...  pair learning based on pair programming" (No.  ... 
doi:10.12783/dtssehs/meit2017/12855 fatcat:q6rreb7hkfhwviiqj7djfqu5xm

Transfer of Teacher Training: A Case of Teaching Speaking

Ambika Prasad Adhikari
2018 NUTA Journal  
Trained teachers in most of the cases were found successful in transferring a number of training skills to the classroom delivery.  ...  , practice, methods and techniques and evaluation system of teaching and to analyze the transfer of training of trained teachers in teaching speaking skills.  ...  Conclusion To conclude, the transfer of training of the trained teachers in teaching speaking skills has been analyzed and interpreted on the basis of motivation, presentation, practice, methods and techniques  ... 
doi:10.3126/nutaj.v5i1-2.23450 fatcat:hekczp6vl5dgtnw62ccqbjaekq

Student impulsivity in decision making with computer simulations

John King, Rhonda King
1993 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology  
Other data recorded included the survival scores generated by the program, the time of play for each pair and responses to questions at the end of the game sessions and at the end of the experiment.  ...  During the simulation sessions, interactions between pairs of students were audio taped.  ...  While the present study considered transferability of thinking skills involved in decision making, it was not investigating transfer of skills from one knowledge-rich domain to another, as the knowledge  ... 
doi:10.14742/ajet.2095 fatcat:frec5v7ff5gmde3ilgc7dsh6pu

PAIR PROGRAMMING AS A TEAM BASED LEARNING ACTIVITY: A REVIEW OF RESEARCH

2011 Issues in Information Systems  
Industry's pair programming methodology has been adopted in the recent years as a form of collaborative learning in academic settings.  ...  First, analyze adoption of pair programming as a pedagogical method using theories based on team learning research.  ...  Knowledge transfer is considered one of the main benefits of pair programming in both professional and educational setting.  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2011_207-216 fatcat:k2u4u43cabgw5ooeg5iajws7ia

Knowledge transfer in pair programming: An in-depth analysis

Laura Plonka, Helen Sharp, Janet van der Linden, Yvonne Dittrich
2015 International Journal of Human-Computer Studies  
Whilst knowledge transfer is one of the most widely-claimed benefits of pair programming, little is known about how knowledge transfer is achieved in this setting.  ...  This is particularly pertinent for novice−expert constellations, but knowledge transfer takes place to some degree in all constellations.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank all the developers and companies who made this research possible by participating in the studies. "  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijhcs.2014.09.001 fatcat:fajxyggsvzfrfpocz6btsd6vxq

The Knowledge Transfer of Female Micro Enterprises through Community-Services University Training Programs

Nurul Asiah, Wahyudi David, Tuti Widiastuti
2020 Jurnal Pengabdian Pada Masyarakat  
This study is aiming to observe the role of community-services university training program to the participants knowledge on doing a micro enterprises and how effective the program to enhance the participant  ...  This study concludes that training program may enhance the knowledge but further training is needed to enhance their attitude in doing business.  ...  The authors would like to thanks to all people who involved in this program.  ... 
doi:10.30653/002.202051.260 fatcat:hlfj7f37bngnhh3ebowflv55fa

Encountering the expertise reversal effect with a computer-based environment on electrical circuit analysis

Jana Reisslein, Robert K. Atkinson, Patrick Seeling, Martin Reisslein
2006 Learning and Instruction  
Although no differences between the instructional procedures were observed, low prior knowledge learners benefited most from traditional exampleeproblem pairs while their high prior knowledge counterparts  ...  benefited most from problemeexample pairs.  ...  than from the problemeexample pairs and that learners in the latter stages of cognitive skill acquisition, that is, with high prior knowledge, would benefit more from problemeexample pairs than from exampleeproblem  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.learninstruc.2006.02.008 fatcat:bccxut7k35b2pig37vj6msp2ee

Observations on knowledge transfer of professional software developers during pair programming

Franz Zieris, Lutz Prechelt
2016 Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion - ICSE '16  
However, the importance of knowledge transfer in pair programming is usually only stressed for expert-novice constellations.  ...  Results: Expert software developers need to transfer knowledge, too, in order to conduct productive pair programming sessions.  ...  We thank our pairs for allowing us to record and scrutinize their sessions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2889160.2889249 dblp:conf/icse/ZierisP16 fatcat:wmd4suleajan3e44ldq57svske

Middle school girls + games programming = information technology fluency

Linda L. Werner, Shannon Campe, Jill Denner
2005 Proceedings of the 6th conference on Information technology education - SIGITE '05  
We focus on IT fluency rather than IT literacy because to participate in the current and future world of technology, students must develop fluency in three kinds of IT knowledge: contemporary skills, fundamental  ...  The acquisition of fluency is more likely to happen in the context of a program like ours because of its emphasis on projectbased work and a collaborative learning environment utilizing pair programming  ...  A strong focus of our program was the girls working in pair programming partnerships.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1095714.1095784 dblp:conf/sigite/WernerCD05 fatcat:r6i2sxla25d3teouzb5eus75oy

Knowledge, transfer, and innovation in physical literacy curricula

Catherine D. Ennis
2015 Journal of Sport and Health Science  
Literate individuals possess knowledge and skill and can apply these to perform tasks in novel settings.  ...  Scholars since the 1930s have addressed the role of knowledge in physical literacy designing curricula centered on transmitting knowledge through a range of interdisciplinary approaches to physical education  ...  In this brief cool down phase, students work in pairs using "Think, Pair, Share" strategies to discuss teacher-posed questions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jshs.2015.03.001 pmid:26558137 pmcid:PMC4637172 fatcat:b2epo3jhfngbhlqqifdmliomze

Effect of a tobacco cessation continuing professional education program on pharmacists' confidence, skills, and practice-change behaviors

Beth A. Martin, Ruth H. Bruskiewitz, Betty A. Chewning
2010 Journal of the American Pharmacists Association  
Conclusion-This program increased pharmacists' knowledge and self-efficacy to counsel patients on tobacco use.  ...  Objective-To evaluate the impact of a tobacco cessation training program on pharmacists' confidence, skills, and practice-change behaviors. Design-Quasiexperimental study.  ...  If such a training program is successful, determining whether participation in the training program actually increases the transfer of knowledge and skills to the patient care setting-reflected in improved  ... 
doi:10.1331/japha.2010.09034 pmid:20097634 pmcid:PMC2863290 fatcat:amtmojfcl5e4xgggolv3zucjea

Uncertain Risk Assessment of Knowledge Management: Based on Set Pair Analysis

Guibin Yang, Hongyu Gao
2016 Scientific Programming  
Based on set pair theory, a model is established to identify the knowledge management risk. Through the concept of connection number, knowledge management risk is divided into five levels.  ...  Controlling knowledge management risks is one of the enterprise management tasks; the managers and researchers focus on how to effectively evaluate the risks.  ...  or in conducting knowledge management programs.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/2025892 fatcat:so24pf4u7fbp7cn6vd6er6qltq

Assessing faculty professional development in STEM higher education: Sustainability of outcomes

T. L. Derting, D. Ebert-May, T. P. Henkel, J. M. Maher, B. Arnold, H. A. Passmore
2016 Science Advances  
We used a paired design in which we matched a FIRST alumnus employed in a tenure-track position with a non-FIRST faculty member at the same institution.  ...  Despite marked differences in teaching practice, FIRST and non-FIRST participants used assessments that targeted lowerlevel cognitive skills.  ...  We appreciate the comments of two anonymous reviewers, which resulted in significant improvements to our manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1126/sciadv.1501422 pmid:27034985 pmcid:PMC4803486 fatcat:4vaha6ekabhvbhk5bxdywapdba
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