Learning by doing: Goals and experiences of two software engineering project courses
In this paper, we describe two laboratory software engineering class series that are intended to teach the students ‘reflection-in-action.’ We offer the labs at undergraduate and graduate levels, and we present our experience and results from eight project quarters.
KeywordsSoftware Engineering Group Project Undergraduate Level Real Project Student Manager
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