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A Curated Inventory of Programming Misconceptions

The purpose of this web site is to  help teachers who teach programming, in schools or universities.

How to Cite Progmiscon

If you would like to refer to progmiscon.org and its collection of misconceptions in your paper, please cite this ITiCSE '21 paper:

Luca Chiodini, Igor Moreno Santos, Andrea Gallidabino, Anya Tafliovich, André L. Santos, Matthias Hauswirth. A Curated Inventory of Programming Language Misconceptions. Proceedings of the 2021 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE '21), June 26-July 1, 2021, Virtual Event, Germany. 10.1145/3430665.3456343

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Progmiscon.org is maintained by a community of programming educators and researchers. Much of the initial collection was gathered in the context of the project "Conceptual Change in Learning to Program" funded by a grant to the Lugano Computing Education Research Lab (Luce) by the Swiss National Science Foundation.

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