|Dr. David Feldon|
The study was conducted as a part of a dissertation by Dr. Jie Chao, one of Dr. Feldon's former PhD students at the University of Virginia before he came to Utah State. Dr. James Cohoon, the third author, was another faculty advisor from the University of Virginia.
This research evaluated over 50 undergraduate computer science students and how they learned and performed difficult computer programming tasks (recursion). They evaluated these students through the lens of the Knowledge in Pieces (KiP) framework.
|Dr. Jie Chao|
You can access the article on Taylor & Francis Online.