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Factors Influencing Success In A Junior High Computer Programming Course
Journal of Educational Computing Research (1988)
  • Gary G Bitter, Arizona State University
  • Mei-Yan Lu, Ph.D., San Jose State University
Abstract
Factors contributing to the prediction of success for junior high school students in completing a computer programming course indicated that analytic and quantitative factors of students' cognitive abilities were relevant for prediction of success in a computer programming class. Deductive ability and verbal aptitude were also found to be significant in students' success in a computer programming course.
Disciplines
Publication Date
February, 1988
DOI
10.2190/FM2U-3P9F-VA7H-RC8D
Citation Information
Gary G Bitter and Mei-Yan Lu. "Factors Influencing Success In A Junior High Computer Programming Course" Journal of Educational Computing Research Vol. 4 Iss. 1 (1988) p. 71 - 78 ISSN: 0735-6331
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mei-yan_lu/17/