Teaching Control Programming and Problem-Solving Techniques with Karel++

Dennis G. Watson, Tony V. Harrison


Introductory computer programming was included in a required course for agricultural systems students. The Karel++ programming environment was selected to teach introductory programming, due to its robot programming paradigm that could be adapted for agricultural applications and the ease of which students could visualize the results of their programming efforts. Problem analysis and problem solving skills were emphasized. The Karel++ environment, program, textbook, course lectures, programming assignments, and student feedback are described.


programming, problem solving, problem analysis, control programming

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