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The effectiveness of assessment learning objects produced using pair programming

By Andrew Alexander Adams, J. Lubega, Susan M. Walmsley and Shirley Ann Williams

Abstract

Pair Programming is a technique from the software development method eXtreme Programming (XP) whereby two programmers work closely together to develop a piece of software. A similar approach has been used to develop a set of Assessment Learning Objects (ALO). Three members of academic staff have developed a set of ALOs for a total of three different modules (two with overlapping content). In each case a pair programming approach was taken to the development of the ALO. In addition to demonstrating the efficiency of this approach in terms of staff time spent developing the ALOs, a statistical analysis of the outcomes for students who made use of the ALOs is used to demonstrate the effectiveness of the ALOs produced via this method

Topics: 370, 004, 005
Year: 2004
OAI identifier: oai:centaur.reading.ac.uk:4
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