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Context and Creation in the Learning of Computer Programming
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For the Learning of Mathematics Volume 8, Number 1,

Abstract

Described and critiqued are two ideas which have proven valuable in teaching programming at the introductory level, the mental model and the programming plan. (PK)

Citation

Hancock, C. (1988). Context and Creation in the Learning of Computer Programming. For the Learning of Mathematics, 8(1), 18-24. Retrieved October 22, 2021 from .

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