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Exploring student perceptions about the use of visual programming environments, their relation to student learning styles and their impact on student motivation in undergraduate introductory programming modules

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  • Maria Kotsovoulou
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Publication date2020
Number of pages241
QualificationPhD
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Award date22/05/2020
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  • Lancaster University
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

My research aims to explore how students perceive the usability and
enjoyment of visual/block-based programming environments (VPEs), to what
extent their learning styles relate to these perceptions and finally to what
extent these tools facilitate student understanding of basic programming
constructs and impact their motivation to learn programming.