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All-Female Computer Science

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Science Teacher Volume 67, Number 3, ISSN 0036-8555


Points out the sex differences in enrollment in computer science courses and less experience among females with computers. Discusses female confidence in computer use in single sex classrooms, and indicates the increasing confidence level and more risk taking among female students. Describes components of a successful program and the importance of teaching approaches. (YDS)


Crombie, G., Abarbanel, T. & Anderson, C. (2000). All-Female Computer Science. Science Teacher, 67(3), 40-43. Retrieved April 18, 2019 from .

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