Java Programming Fundamentals in Alice and Eclipse
This course aims to engage learners with intermediate, little or no programming experience to create Java programs. Participants are introduced to object-oriented programming concepts, terminology and syntax, and the steps required to create basic Java programs using the Alice and Eclipse interactive development environments. Hand-on practice enables learners to experience the power of computer programming.
The Java™ programming language can be challenging for computer programmers with limited or no experience in object-oriented programming. To provide an easy introduction to Java, Alice is explored first in this course, so that fundamental principles and skills are established using 3D animations in a fun, visually rich environment.
When learners become familiar with the concepts of object-oriented programming, they can proceed with the Eclipse integrated development environment (IDE), which is widely used in computer programming. It contains a basic workspace and an extendable plug-in system for customising the environment.
- Age: Children (7-12), Teenagers (13-17), Adults (18+)
- Level: Beginner, Intermediate
- Lesson duration: 45 minutes, 1 hour, 90 minutes
- Languages: English, Greek
The content and pace of the course is adapted to the age and needs of the learners.
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