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Travelled to:
1 × Greece
1 × Italy
1 × Portugal
1 × United Kingdom
Collaborated with:
L.Thomas J.Holloway J.Woodbury B.J.Thomasson W.Ellis C.W.Loftus A.Eckerdal R.McCartney J.E.Moström K.Sanders C.Zander
Talks about:
student (3) softwar (3) extrem (3) learn (3) engin (3) collabor (2) program (2) develop (2) design (2) first (2)

Person: Mark Ratcliffe

DBLP DBLP: Ratcliffe:Mark

Contributed to:

ITiCSE 20062006
ITiCSE 20052005
ITiCSE 20042004
ITiCSE 20032003
CSEE&T 20022002
CSEE&T 20012001

Wrote 9 papers:

ITiCSE-2006-EckerdalMMRSZ #concept #education
Putting threshold concepts into context in computer science education (AE, RM, JEM, MR, KS, CZ), pp. 103–107.
ITiCSE-2006-ThomassonRT #design #identification #object-oriented
Identifying novice difficulties in object oriented design (BJT, MR, LT), pp. 28–32.
ITiCSE-2005-LoftusR #learning #programming #question
Extreme programming promotes extreme learning? (CWL, MR), pp. 311–315.
ITiCSE-2004-RatcliffeHE #collaboration #learning #student
Enhancing student learning through collaboration (MR, JH, WE), p. 272.
ITiCSE-2003-HollowayR #development #programming #student #using
Development of a MLE by students for students using extreme programming techniques (JH, MR), p. 225.
ITiCSE-2003-RatcliffeTET #collaboration #design #process
Capturing collaborative designs to assist the pedagogical process (MR, LT, WE, BJT), pp. 79–83.
CSEET-2002-RatcliffeWT #development #motivation #performance #re-engineering #scalability
Improving Motivation and Performance through Personal Development in Large Introductory Software Engineering Courses (MR, JW, LT), p. 108–?.
CSEET-2002-ThomasR #re-engineering
Workshop 2: First Year Software Engineering (LT, MR), p. 262.
CSEET-2001-RatcliffeTW #learning
A Learning Environment for First Year Software Engineers (MR, LT, JW), pp. 268–275.

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