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Program working storage
Baltic Sea '06: Proceedings of the 6th Baltic Sea conference on Computing education research: Koli Calling 2006
The aim of this paper is to introduce and validate the concept of program working storage (PWS) as a) a means of smooth transition of students in introductory programming courses from the end-user stance to the programmer stance, and b) a system which can provide comprehensive understanding of certain difficult programming concepts. In this respect, the program-memory interaction is considered as a possible "threshold concept" [31, 33] . Based on constructivism [16, 23, 41, 42] , the PWS isdoi:10.1145/1315803.1315816 dblp:conf/kolicalling/Vagianou06 fatcat:utn62w5lqrb5tgd6vhvlyqfmwi