Ronald G. Ragsdale

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Courses in computer science, data processing or other areas that involve the learning of computer programming often require the student to complete programming exercises. These exercises give the students practice in translating some process into a set of computer commands that accomplish the same process. Very often the exercises are relatively(More)
Although the computer, for educational purposes , was originally seen as a potentially powerful "teaching machine" in CAI applications, it is word processing which has become the computer application most used in education and in society at large (Heermann, 1986). A wide variety of instruments preceded the introduction of this new electronic tool: chisel,(More)
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