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Event Driven Paradigm
Event Driven Paradigm

This KLA is transcribed from the SIGCSE 2004 Special Session on KLAs.

Overview To KLA

Author: Grissom, Child, Manaris, and Hunt

Summary: Learn distinctions between GUI components, event handlers, and events.

Learning Goals: to be added

Course And Level: The KLA is appropriate for course level 2.

Class Size: The class must have at leadt 15 students.

Preparation Time: No preparation time is needed.

Execution Time: The exercise will take about 10 minutes

Planning For KLA

Materials: You will need paper, labels, candy, and instructions for each performer.

Preparation: The instructor must have the instructions ready for each participant.

Execution Of KLA

Description: There is a user, buttons (3 people), listeners (2 people), and methods (3+ people).

The user touches the shoulder of "button" 1 or 2 times. The "button" claps 1 or 2 times, respectively. The "listener" hears and invokes the appropriate method. The method stands or speaks and gives candy to the user.

Variants And Extra Topics: below

Constraints On KLA

Would your KLA work if your students had the following constraints:
Limited Vision: (including color-blindness) Few
Limited Hearing: Few and many
Limited Mobility: Few and many
Trouble Speaking: Few and many
Touch Aversion: (including cultural) Few and many
Other:

Pitfalls Of KLA

To be added

Feedback And Use Notes

Feedback: add your feedback here!

From the SIGCSE 2004 KLA Special Session
"Be more explicit about the role of each participant. What causes each component to act? What process does each component go through? What is the visible result?"
"Cool."
"Need to say labels marked to listener knows appropriate method to call."
"Info passed from button to listener should be modeled. In Java, this is the Action Event object."


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