Concrete and Other Neo-Piagetian Forms of Reasoning in the Novice Programmer

@inproceedings{Lister2010ConcreteAO,
  title={Concrete and Other Neo-Piagetian Forms of Reasoning in the Novice Programmer},
  author={Raymond Lister},
  year={2010}
}
This paper brings together a number of empirical research results on novice programmers, using a neo-Piagetian theoretical framework. While there already exists literature connecting programming with classical Piagetian theory, in this paper we apply neo-Piagetian theory. Using that neo-Piagetian perspective, we offer an explanation as to why attempts to predict ability for programming via classical Piagetian tests have yielded mixed results. We offer a neo-Piagetian explanation of some of the… CONTINUE READING
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