Puzzle Programming, extended to OOP and cheap tangible programming for kids
Code-of-wood - Cheap tangible programming, for kids. Code-of-wood is a system for introducing kids to coding through cheap tangible programming. It is meant both for single users and classrooms.
OOPP - Object Oriented Puzzle Programming. OOPP is a methodology and an educational environment to facilitate first approach to coding for high school and university students. Object-oriented paradigm is increasingly used in CS1 courses and Block programming reduces the syntactic complexity of text-based programming languages. So our purpose is merge positive features of both and combine Block and Puzzle programming with object-oriented paradigm in a graphic educational environment.