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Laurie Murphy
Laurie Murphy
Professor, Dept. of Computer Science, Pacific Lutheran University
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Debugging: a review of the literature from an educational perspective
R McCauley, S Fitzgerald, G Lewandowski, L Murphy, B Simon, L Thomas, ...
Computer Science Education 18 (2), 67-92, 2008
2922008
Debugging: finding, fixing and flailing, a multi-institutional study of novice debuggers
S Fitzgerald, G Lewandowski, R McCauley, L Murphy, B Simon, L Thomas, ...
Computer Science Education 18 (2), 93-116, 2008
2022008
Pair programming in education: A literature review
B Hanks, S Fitzgerald, R McCauley, L Murphy, C Zander
Computer Science Education 21 (2), 135-173, 2011
1872011
Dangers of a fixed mindset: implications of self-theories research for computer science education
L Murphy, L Thomas
Proceedings of the 13th annual conference on Innovation and technology in …, 2008
1642008
Debugging: the good, the bad, and the quirky--a qualitative analysis of novices' strategies
L Murphy, G Lewandowski, R McCauley, B Simon, L Thomas, C Zander
ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 40 (1), 163-167, 2008
1592008
Debugging from the student perspective
S Fitzgerald, R McCauley, B Hanks, L Murphy, B Simon, C Zander
IEEE Transactions on Education 53 (3), 390-396, 2009
912009
Women catch up: gender differences in learning programming concepts
L Murphy, B Richards, R McCauley, BB Morrison, S Westbrook, T Fossum
ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 38 (1), 17-21, 2006
772006
Through the eyes of instructors: a phenomenographic investigation of student success
P Kinnunen, R McCartney, L Murphy, L Thomas
Proceedings of the third international workshop on Computing education …, 2007
742007
Ability to'explain in plain english'linked to proficiency in computer-based programming
L Murphy, S Fitzgerald, R Lister, R McCauley
Proceedings of the ninth annual international conference on International …, 2012
692012
Saying isn't necessarily believing: Influencing self-theories in computing
B Simon, B Hanks, L Murphy, S Fitzgerald, R McCauley, L Thomas, ...
Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Computing Education …, 2008
642008
Pair debugging: a transactive discourse analysis
L Murphy, S Fitzgerald, B Hanks, R McCauley
Proceedings of the Sixth international workshop on Computing education …, 2010
522010
'Explain in plain English'questions: implications for teaching
L Murphy, R McCauley, S Fitzgerald
Proceedings of the 43rd ACM technical symposium on Computer Science …, 2012
502012
'Explain in plain English'questions revisited: Data structures problems
M Corney, S Fitzgerald, B Hanks, R Lister, R McCauley, L Murphy
Proceedings of the 45th ACM technical symposium on Computer science …, 2014
492014
A multi‐institutional, multinational study of programming concepts using card sort data
K Sanders, S Fincher, D Bouvier, G Lewandowski, B Morrison, L Murphy, ...
Expert Systems 22 (3), 121-128, 2005
482005
How student centered is the computer science classroom? A survey of college faculty
S Grissom, R Mccauley, L Murphy
ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE) 18 (1), 1-27, 2017
372017
Teaching and learning recursive programming: a review of the research literature
R McCauley, S Grissom, S Fitzgerald, L Murphy
Computer Science Education 25 (1), 37-66, 2015
372015
Learning computer science: Perceptions, actions and roles
A Berglund, A Eckerdal, A Pears, P East, P Kinnunen, L Malmi, ...
European Journal of Engineering Education 34 (4), 327-338, 2009
342009
CS1 students speak: advice for students by students
B Hanks, L Murphy, B Simon, R McCauley, C Zander
ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 41 (1), 19-23, 2009
332009
What are we thinking when we grade programs?
S Fitzgerald, B Hanks, R Lister, R McCauley, L Murphy
Proceeding of the 44th ACM technical symposium on Computer science education …, 2013
322013
Knowing what I know: An investigation of undergraduate knowledge and self-knowledge of data structures
J Tenenberg, L Murphy
Computer Science Education 15 (4), 297-315, 2005
322005
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