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Robert McCartney
Robert McCartney
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A multi-national study of reading and tracing skills in novice programmers
R Lister, ES Adams, S Fitzgerald, W Fone, J Hamer, M Lindholm, ...
ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 36 (4), 119-150, 2004
8132004
Threshold concepts in computer science: do they exist and are they useful?
J Boustedt, A Eckerdal, R McCartney, JE Moström, M Ratcliffe, K Sanders, ...
ACM Sigcse Bulletin 39 (1), 504-508, 2007
1532007
Contributing student pedagogy
J Hamer, Q Cutts, J Jackova, A Luxton-Reilly, R McCartney, H Purchase, ...
ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 40 (4), 194-212, 2008
1502008
Putting threshold concepts into context in computer science education
A Eckerdal, R McCartney, JE Moström, M Ratcliffe, K Sanders, C Zander
ACM Sigcse Bulletin 38 (3), 103-107, 2006
1382006
A multi-institutional study of peer instruction in introductory computing
L Porter, D Bouvier, Q Cutts, S Grissom, C Lee, R McCartney, D Zingaro, ...
Proceedings of the 47th ACM Technical Symposium on Computing Science …, 2016
1242016
Can graduating students design software systems?
A Eckerdal, R McCartney, JE Moström, M Ratcliffe, C Zander
ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 38 (1), 403-407, 2006
1152006
Automating software design
MR Lowry, RD McCartney
American Association for Artificial Intelligence, 1991
1121991
Naturally occurring data as research instrument: analyzing examination responses to study the novice programmer
R Lister, T Clear, Simon, DJ Bouvier, P Carter, A Eckerdal, J Jacková, ...
ACM SIGCSE Bulletin 41 (4), 156-173, 2010
972010
Student understanding of object-oriented programming as expressed in concept maps
K Sanders, J Boustedt, A Eckerdal, R McCartney, JE Moström, L Thomas, ...
Proceedings of the 39th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science …, 2008
972008
From Limen to Lumen computing students in liminal spaces
A Eckerdal, R McCartney, JE Moström, K Sanders, L Thomas, C Zander
Proceedings of the third international workshop on Computing education …, 2007
792007
Threshold concepts in computer science: A multi-national empirical investigation
C Zander, J Boustedt, A Eckerdal, R McCartney, JE Moström, M Ratcliffe, ...
Threshold concepts within the disciplines, 105-118, 2008
782008
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
Successful students' strategies for getting unstuck
R McCartney, A Eckerdal, JE Mostrom, K Sanders, C Zander
Proceedings of the 12th annual SIGCSE conference on Innovation and …, 2007
742007
Diagram processing: Computing with diagrams
M Anderson, R McCartney
Artificial Intelligence 145 (1-2), 181-226, 2003
722003
Commonsense computing (episode 3) concurrency and concert tickets
G Lewandowski, DJ Bouvier, R McCartney, K Sanders, B Simon
Proceedings of the third international workshop on Computing education …, 2007
672007
Commonsense computing: what students know before we teach (episode 1: sorting)
B Simon, TY Chen, G Lewandowski, R McCartney, K Sanders
Proceedings of the second international workshop on Computing education …, 2006
642006
Fix the first, ignore the rest: Dealing with multiple compiler error messages
BA Becker, C Murray, T Tao, C Song, R McCartney, K Sanders
Proceedings of the 49th ACM technical symposium on computer science …, 2018
622018
Selecting open source software projects to teach software engineering
TM Smith, R McCartney, SS Gokhale, LC Kaczmarczyk
Proceedings of the 45th ACM technical symposium on Computer science …, 2014
572014
Why computing students learn on their own: Motivation for self-directed learning of computing
R McCartney, J Boustedt, A Eckerdal, K Sanders, L Thomas, C Zander
ACM Transactions on Computing Education (TOCE) 16 (1), 1-18, 2016
552016
Students designing software: a multi-national, multi-institutional study
J Tenenberg, S Fincher
Informatics in Education 4 (1), 143-162, 2005
542005
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