Programming For Teachers

Putting those old machines to use and maximizing the fit between your computer language lab, software and students!
(or at least a try)

COLUMNS:

  1. To Code or Not to Code (Volume 7, Number 3)
  2. Begin with the BASICs (Volume 7, Number 4)
  3. Investigating Students' Redrafts: The BASIC Way (Volume 8, Number 1)
  4. Let's Taste Some Java (Volume 8, Number 2)
  5. Programming Objects (Volume 8, Number 3)
  6. Properties of Objects (Volume 8, Number 4)
  7. Methods of Objects (Volume 9, Number 1)

Check out the latest issue of the Computer Assisted English Language Learning Journal for the accompanying article.


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