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25-Jun-2014Blinded by their Plight: Tracing and the Preoperational ProgrammerTeague, D; Lister, RF; du Boulay, B; Good, J
29-Jan-2013A conceptual model for re ecting on expected learning vs. demonstrated student performanceGluga, R; Kay, J; Lister, R; Simon; Charleston, M; Harland, J; Teague, D
1-Dec-2011Early Relational Reasoning and the Novice Programmer: Swapping as the "Hello World" of Relational ReasoningCorney, M; Lister, R; Teague, D
25-Jun-2014Falling Behind Early and Staying Behind When Learning to ProgramAhadi, A; Teague, D; Lister, RF; du Boulay, B; Good, J
25-Jun-2014Falling Behind Early and Staying Behind When Learning to ProgramAhadi, A; Teague, D; Lister, RF; du Boulay, B; Good, J
1-Dec-2009Further evidence of a relationship between explaining, tracing and writing skills in introductory programmingLister, R; Fidge, C; Teague, D
20-Jan-2014Longitudinal think aloud study of a novice programmerTeague, D; Lister, R
20-Jan-2014Manifestations of preoperational reasoning on similar programming tasksTeague, D; Lister, R
1-Jan-2012On the reliability of classifying programming tasks using a neo-piagetian theory of cognitive developmentGluga, R; Kay, J; Lister, R; Teague, D
1-Jan-2014Programming: Reading, writing and reversingTeague, D; Lister, R
29-Jan-2013A qualitative think aloud study of the early Neo-Piagetian stages of reasoning in novice programmersTeague, D; Comey, M; Ahadi, A; Lister, R
Jan-2012Some Empirical Results for Neo-Piagetian Reasoning in Novice Programmers and the Relationship to Code Explanation QuestionsCorney, M; Teague, D; Ahadi, A; Lister, RF; de Raadt, M; Carbone, A
Jan-2012Swapping as the Hello World of Relational Reasoning: Replications, Reflections and ExtensionsTeague, D; Corney, M; Ahadi, A; Lister, RF; de Raadt, M; Carbone, A
Jan-2012Toward a Shared Understanding of Competency in Programming: An Invitation to the BABELnot ProjectLister, RF; Corney, M; Curran, J; D'Souza, D; Fidge, CF; Gluga, R; Hamilton, M; Harland, J; Hogan, J; Kay, J; Murphy, T; Roggenkamp, M; Sheard, J; Simon, S; Teague, D; de Raadt, M; Carbone, A
Jan-2012Using Neo-Piagetian Theory, Formative In-Class Tests and Think Alouds to Better Understand Student Thinking: A Preliminary Report on Computer ProgrammingTeague, D; Corney, M; Fidge, CF; Roggenkamp, M; Ahadi, A; Lister, RF; Mann, L; Daniel, S