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Master of Science (MS)
With all the experiences and knowledge, I take programming as granted. But learning to program is still difficult for a lot of introductory programming students. This is also one of the major reasons for a high attrition rate in CS1 courses. If instructors were able to identify struggling students then effective interventions can be taken to help them. This thesis is a research done on programming process data that can be collected non-intrusively from CS1 students when they are programming. The data and their findings can be leveraged in understanding students’ thought process, detecting patterns and identifying behaviors that could possibly help instructors to identify struggling students, help them and design better courses.
Shrestha, Raj, "Programming Process, Patterns and Behaviors: Insights from Keystroke Analysis of CS1 Students" (2022). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations, Spring 1920 to Summer 2023. 8576.
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