Automation and Schema Acquisition in Learning Elementary Computer Programming: Implications for the Design of Practice
Computers in Human Behavior Volume 6, Number 3, ISSN 0747-5632
Discussion of computer programing at the secondary level focuses on automation and schema acquisition as two processes important in learning cognitive skills such as programing. Their effects on learning outcomes and transfer of training are examined, the importance of worked examples is highlighted, and instructional design principles are presented. (60 references) (LRW)
Van Merrienboer, J.J.G. & Paas, F.G.W.C. (1990). Automation and Schema Acquisition in Learning Elementary Computer Programming: Implications for the Design of Practice. Computers in Human Behavior, 6(3), 273.
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