Development of an Introductory Programming Education System by Automatic Generation of Lecture Slides


It has become increasingly easy to learn programming because online learning for programming has spread globally. These e-learning systems execute and evaluate programs that students create as programming exercises. However, such systems have not been able to evaluate programs while they are being coded. This paper describes a system that was developed to evaluate students’ programs as they are being created and point out any errors during coding. As the correction videos for the system were prepared beforehand, they could not give concrete directions, so the system was developed to automatically generate the contents of advice.

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Tatsuyuki Takano, Kanto Gakuin University, Japan
Osamu Miyakawa, Tokyo Denki University, Japan
Takashi Kohama, Tokyo Denki University, Japan

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Conference: ACSET2016
Stream: Education and Technology: Teaching, Learning, Technology & Education Support

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