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Cambridge Handbook Of Computing Education Research

Cambridge Handbook Of Computing Education Research - Fincher, Sally A. (EDT)/ Robins, Anthony V. (EDT) - ISBN: 9781108496735
Prijs: € 192,60 (onder voorbehoud)
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Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
Genre: Psychologie
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This is an authoritative introduction to Computing Education research written by over 50 leading researchers from academia and the industry.


Titel: Cambridge Handbook Of Computing Education Research
auteur: Fincher, Sally A. (EDT)/ Robins, Anthony V. (EDT)
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 918
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 03
NUR: Psychologie
Afmetingen: 259 x 181 x 50
Gewicht: 1820 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781108496735
Intern nummer: 42843119
Volume: 1


Advance praise: 'The chapters in this Handbook edition compute on multiple levels: they offer a comprehensive review on the past and present of research in computer science education, they provide valuable insights into how to conduct this research with various methods, and they address critical issues in teaching practices, tool development, and student understanding.' Yasmin Kafai, Lori and Michael Milken President's Distinguished Professor, University of Pennsylvania


An important and timely field Sally A. Fincher and Anthony V. Robins; Part I. Background: 1. The history of computing education research Mark Guzdial and Benedict du Boulay; 2. Computing education research today Sally A. Fincher, Josh Tenenberg, Brian Dorn, Christopher Hundhausen, Robert McCartney and Laurie Murphy; 3. Computing education: literature review and voices from the field Paulo Blikstein and Sepi Hejazi Moghadam; Part II. Foundations: 4. A study design process Andrew J. Ko and Sally A. Fincher; 5. Descriptive statistics Patricia Haden; 6. Inferential statistics Patricia Haden; 7. Qualitative methods for computing education Josh Tenenberg; 8. Learning sciences for computing education Lauren E. Margulieux, Brian Dorn and Kristin A. Searle; 9. Cognitive sciences for computing education Anthony V. Robins, Lauren E. Margulieux and Briana B. Morrison; 10. Higher education pedagogy Kerry Shephard; 11. Engineering education Michael C. Loui and Maura Borrego; Part III. Topics: Section 1. Systemic Issues: 12. Novice programmers and introductory programming Anthony V. Robins; 13. Programming paradigms and beyond Shriram Krishnamurthi and Kathi Fisler; 14. Assessment and plagiarism Thomas Lancaster, Anthony V. Robins and Sally A. Fincher; 15. Pedagogic approaches Katrina Falkner and Judy Sheard; 16. Equity and diversity Colleen M. Lewis, Niral Shah and Katrina Falkner; Section 2. New Milieux: 17. Computational thinking Paul Curzon, Tim Bell, Jane Waite and Mark Dorling; 18. Schools (K-12) Jan Vahrenhold, Quintin Cutts and Katrina Falkner; 19. Computing for other disciplines Mark Guzdial; 20. New programming paradigms R. Benjamin Shapiro and Mike Tissenbaum; Section 3. Systems Software and Technology: 21. Tools and environments Lauri Malmi, Ian Utting and Andrew J. Ko; 22. Tangible computing Michael Horn and Marina Bers; 23. Leveraging the IDE for learning analytics Adam Carter, Christopher Hundhausen and Daniel Olivares; Section 4. Teacher and Student Knowledge: 24. Teacher knowledge for inclusive computing learning Joanna Goode and Jean J. Ryoo; 25. Teacher learning and development Sally A. Fincher, Yifat Ben-David Kolikant and Katrina Falkner; 26. Learning outside the classroom Andrew Begel and Andrew J. Ko; 27. Student knowledge and misconceptions Colleen M. Lewis, Michael J. Clancy and Jan Vahrenhold; 28. Motivation, attitudes and dispositions Alex Lishinski and Aman Yadav; 29. Students as teachers and communicators Beth Simon, Christopher Hundhausen, Charlie McDowell, Linda Werner, Helen Hu and Clif Kussmaul; Section 5. Case Studies: 30. A case study of peer instruction Leo Porter and Beth Simon; 31. A case study of qualitative methods Colleen M. Lewis.


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