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Using collaboration to overcome disparities in Java experience
Proceedings of the ninth annual international conference on International computing education research - ICER '12
The lower-division CS curriculum at the University of California, Berkeley includes a version of CS 2 that is intended to introduce students to Java as well as data structures and programming methodology. Some students in the course already have Java experience. In one course offering, students without previous Java experience received final grades that were 0.27 standard deviations below their peers who already had some Java experience (d=0.27, p<0.05). In a subsequent offering, the instructordoi:10.1145/2361276.2361292 dblp:conf/icer/LewisTC12 fatcat:gfofwgxornfklgbjxmkdtvf23q