Alice 2.0: introductory concepts and techniques
Thomson Course Technology, Nov 15, 2006 - Computers - 248 pages
Alice 2.0: Introductory Concepts and Techniques, from the Shelly Cashman Series, is designed to teach introductory programming concepts with Alice 2.0. Alice is free, downloadable software that was developed with funding from the National Science Foundation to make object-oriented programming concepts more accessible and exciting to students. This new book on Alice 2.0 provides the perfect approach to teaching this software to students. With its project-oriented, step-by-step pedagogy, students will easily grasp programming concepts and build confidence in their skills.
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What Is Alice?
The Main Work Areas of the Alice Interface
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