Socio-cultural Perspectives on Object-oriented Learning

Abstract : One of the central objectives of project COOL is to explore critical aspects associated with learning (and teaching) object-oriented concepts. This objective will be pursued by bringing forth the heritage of Kristen Nygaard and the Norwegian approach to object-orientation. The project will develop learning material based on this work and intends to make the material available to the object-oriented community in the form of reusable learning objects. This paper explores how social-cultural theories can inform design of learning objects and the learning environments they will be a part of.
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Ola Berge, Annita Fjuk. Socio-cultural Perspectives on Object-oriented Learning. Position paper, Seventh Workshop on Pedagogies and Tools for Learning Object-Oriented Concepts at European Conference on Object-Oriented Programming 2003, 2003, Darmstadt, Germany. 11 p. ⟨hal-00190185⟩

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