How do students understand computer network protocols?

National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications
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Conference Proceeding
20th Annual Conference of the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications, 2007, pp. 15 - 20
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When computing education research is performed in a rigorous and theoretically sound way, it can inform and improve teaching. Having conducted a phenomenographic study of studentsâ understandings of computer network protocols, we present our findings and explain how they can inform the teaching of these protocols. We go on to explore what our results can tell us about the discipline of computer science as a whole.
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