Designing tangible programming languages for classroom use.

Horn, Michael S.

Jacob, Robert J. K.


  • This paper describes a new technique for implementing educational programming languages using tangible interface technology. It emphasizes the use of inexpensive and durable parts with no embedded electronics or power supplies. Students create programs in offline settings---on their desks or on the floor---and use a portable scanning station to compile their code. We argue that languages created ... read more
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  • Horn, Michael S., and Robert J. K. Jacob. "Designing Tangible Programming Languages for Classroom Use." Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Tangible and Embedded Interaction - TEI '07 (2007). doi:10.1145/1226969.1227003.
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