ALICE as a tool for programming at schools

Graczyńska, Ewa
February 2010
Natural Science;Feb2010, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p124
Academic Journal
We present some possible application of ALICE in the context of a possible attraction of pupils (especially girls) in early programming course. Our examples presented in the paper are fully explained on the base of [1].


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