[plt-scheme] Guzdial: "I heart HtDP"

From: Arthur Nunes-Harwitt (anh at cs.rit.edu)
Date: Thu Mar 11 10:51:15 EST 2010

> In a blog post reprinted in CACM, Mark Guzdial draws attention to ... 
> ... the basic message of this research is that books like HtDP that work 
> directly to provide students with the long-term memory structures that 
> will help them categorize problems and solutions are much much better 
> than the alternative.

   In a talk he mentioned that they tried HtDP at Georgia Tech, but weren't 
satisfied with it and switched to another approach.  I intend to talk to 
Mark Guzdial more about this.  Does anyone else have more information 
about why HtDP was phased out at Georgia Tech?


Arthur Nunes-Harwitt
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