Papers from the OOPSLA 96 Workshop: 'Teaching and Learning Object Design in the First Year'
A Simple OO System Pattern to Introduce OOP with Design.
Object Design in the First Year, an Oxymoron
Donald J. Bagert:
In Teaching the Object-Oriented Paradigm, Providing a Complete Picture is Essential.
Martin L. Barrett:
A Sequence of Class Relationships.
Robert Biddle and Ewan Tempero:
Teaching Design by Teaching Reusability.
Teaching OO Design Is Teaching How to Assess the Design's Future
CS1 As An Architectural Design Course
Amy S. Gause:
The Classroom Object: As an object models the real world, so should the classroom experience.
Don't Start with Code.
Teaching Design During the First Year: Just Say No.
R. González Maciel, A. Fernández, and A. Garrido:
A design toolbox for first year students.
Framing the Software Development Process: Three Views in the Nature of Software Solutions.
Jaime Niqo and F.A. Hosch:
Object Design vs. Algorithm Design: An introduction to problem modeling using objects.
Judit Nyékyné: Teaching Object Design through a Relational Model of Programming. (Not Available in html)
Developing Design Concepts Using Constructivist Workshops on the Internet.
Ooh, it's easy!
The Importance Of Object Design Modification
Teaching Object Patterns in the First Course
Robert Zimmer and Chris Reade:
Moving from a Functional to an Object Oriented Perspective as a First Programming Paradigm.