In this video, Colleen Lewis (Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Harvey Mudd College) describes Paired Programming — a strategy where two students use one computer. One student, the “driver,” uses the keyboard and mouse while the other student, the “navigator,” provides directions and support. Pair programming helps programmers learn from each other and write code with fewer bugs. It is also helpful for demonstrating. Print out tips for implementing Pair Programming.

CREDIT: and the National Science Foundation




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