Problem-Solving for Programming
- to understand the relationship between programming, problem solving and algorithms
- to use a problem solving framework and a range of problem solving strategies to solve programming problems.
- to deal with elements of sequence, condition and iteration in complex problems.
- to work with data, data types, logical operators and Boolean algebra
- to help students create algorithmic solutions using both a procedural and an object-orientated approach to problem solving.
- Introduction: programming, algorithms and psuedo code.
- Problem Solving frameworks and strategies: sequence, choice and repitition, control structures.
- Data types, variables, logical operators.
- Procedural and object-orientated paradigms.
Indicative timetables can be found in the handbooks available on programme pages. Personalised teaching timetables for students are available via My Birkbeck.