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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Teaching Programming with Computational and In

From: Thomas HARDING
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Teaching Programming with Computational and Informational Thinking | Michaelson | Journal of Pedagogic Development
Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2015 18:55:13 +0100
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Le 28/03/2015 10:06, Andrés Muñiz Piniella a écrit :
> I think we discussed this at length with the 'esperanto' programming 
> language. It goes over my head but in case someone can find it useful.
> The literature review was very interesting.

Especially, that litterature focuses on methods and not on language,
while numerous programing languages are named, started from logo
(children can starts to learn slow with).

I recently had a discussion on that list where for subject a "numerous
human languages translated" programming language (named SPEL).
Nothing to do with an Esperanto-like.

And how I disagreed on the new Babel problem it will introduces...

This reference points the fact "the problem" is solved differently
depending on the programming language itself (don't know who said
the famous "come from"). While depending on the problem to solve
it is often better to choose the right programming language. Even
a language is Turing-compliant, it is harder to build the right
machine depending on the nature of the problem (a hammer is not
the right tool to swat a fly).

That document emphasises on methods.


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