Quick Read: Improving program comprehension through Parson’s Problems

12 February 2021

An important precursor to learning to write computer programs is
having the necessary program comprehension to interpret the function
and structure of existing programs. One tool that can help learners
develop program comprehension is Parson’s Problems, which are
exercises that require learners to rearrange lines of code into the
correct sequence.

You can read more about using Parson's Problems to develop program comprehension in our latest Pedagogy Quick Read and check out our previous Quick Reads here.

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