Cross level peer tutoring to support students learning audio programming

David Moore, Steven Walters

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    Computer programming supports learning of key concepts in audio and music technology education, including digital audio processing and sound synthesis. However, programming is a subject that can pose a challenge–particularly for students whose primary focus of study is not pure computer science. This paper examines cross level peer tutoring as a method for supporting audio students learning programming as part of an audio processing module. It will examine the viability of this scheme as a method for enhancing student self-efficacy and achievement. The paper will explore the benefits and issues from the point of view of the tutees as well as the tutors through both quantitative and qualitative research.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - Apr 2014


    • audio programming
    • peer interaction


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