RECEPTIVENESS OF EDUCATIONAL MULTIMEDIA TOOLS IN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING EDUCATION

Abstract

Computer Science students face lots of difficult concepts while learning to program. To understand these concepts, students and teachers face challenges based on lots of factors such as course content, environment and/or miscellaneous of students learning styles. Computer technologies, such as educational multimedia tools, may or may not help to make these concepts more comprehensible. The author finds out the receptiveness of educational multimedia tools in computer programming education by survey. The result of questionnaire that given to computer science teachers and students at women’s campus at King Abdul Aziz University finds a positive receptiveness of educational multimedia tools on computer programming education.

Keywords: Animation., Computer Science Education, Multimedia Educational tools, Programming Course

Unique Article ID: EJCSIT-138

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