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Hull, Alison; du Boulay, Benedict – Computer Science Education, 2015
Motivation and metacognition are strongly intertwined, with learners high in self-efficacy more likely to use a variety of self-regulatory learning strategies, as well as to persist longer on challenging tasks. The aim of the research was to improve the learner's focus on the process and experience of problem-solving while using an Intelligent…
Descriptors: Motivation, Metacognition, Feedback (Response), Intelligent Tutoring Systems
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Jadud, Matthew C. – Computer Science Education, 2005
Syntactically correct code does not fall from the sky; the process that leads to a student's first executable program is not well understood. At the University of Kent we have begun to explore the "compilation behaviours" of novice programmers, or the behaviours that students exhibit while authoring code; in our initial study, we have…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Programming, Student Behavior, Educational Technology