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Within the ADDIE instruction design model, this paper reports the implementation phase and the evaluation phase of teaching introductory software engineering course framed in the cognitive apprenticeship approach. Twelve learning objectives are classified in a 2D Bloom framework and evaluated against the result of instructional implementation, demonstrating coherent linkage between objectives, instruction and assessment. Descriptive statistics show the coverage of cognitive apprenticeship and high degree of acceptance from students. Analysis of learning process profile also shows consistently expanding effects on various aspects of learners, especially on teamwork. Pedagogical improvement in terms of the time allocated to individual instruction activities is also polled.
Date of Conference: 6-8 Dec. 2006