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Unplugged Teaching: Deepening Information Technology Learning
Open Journal of Social Sciences
There has been a decline in the number of public schools in South Africa offering information technology as a subject, yet it holds a special significance in higher level computational courses especially at tertiary level. Learners doing programming in information technology (IT) have difficulties during the initial stages of learning how to design and develop programs due to the abstract nature of the subject and the demands on the use of data structures to establish needed heuristics to solvedoi:10.4236/jss.2022.104034 fatcat:aejoyz2emnbp3b5xpsazasjypu