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Bebras international contest on informatics and computer literacy: Criteria for good tasks
Abstract The Bebras International Contest on Inform
The Bebras International Contest on Informatics and Computer Literacy is a motivation competition in informatics that addresses all lower and upper secondary school pupils divided into three age groups: Benjamin (age 11–14), Junior (age 15–16) and Senior (for upper secondary level). Using a computer the pupils have to solve 15 to 21 tasks of different levels within 45 minutes. Two general types of problems have been used: interactive tasks and multiple-choice tasks. Creating interesting and attractive tasks that are also motivating and funny for the pupils is very challenging. The paper deals with criteria for good tasks. Some examples of tasks are presented and discussed as well.
tasks are presented and discussed as well.  +
BookTitle Informatics education – supporting computational thinking +
Conference 3rd international conference on Informatics in Secondary Schools: Evolution and Perspectives (ISSEP) +
DOI 10.1007/978-3-540-69924-8 2 +
Editor Roland T. Mittermeir, Maciej M. Sysło +
Free 0 +
Has author Valentina Dagiene + , Gerald Futschek +
Has editor Roland T. Mittermeir + , Maciej M. Sysło +
Pages 19-30 +
Publisher Springer +
PublisherAddress Berlin +
Series Lecture Notes in Computer Science +
Title Bebras international contest on informatics and computer literacy: Criteria for good tasks +
Type Conference paper +
Volume 5090 +
Year 2008 +
Categories Publications about task creation
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