Teaching Software Engineering from a Collaborative Perspective: Some Latin-American Experiences
de Clunie, Gisela T.
Giraldo, Fáber D.
Collazos, César A.
Ochoa, Sergio F.
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Teaching software engineering has been recognized as an important challenge for computer science undergraduate programs. Instruction in such area requires not only to deliver theoretical knowledge, but also to perform practical experiences that allow students to assimilate and apply such knowledge. This paper presents some results of two Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) experiences that involved students of software engineering courses from four Latin American Universities. The obtained results were satisfactory and indicate the reported collaborative activity could be appropriate to address teaching software engineering.
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