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Articles on Critical Thinking in Computer Science

  1. Ali, S. (2005). Effective teaching pedagogies for undergraduate computer science. Mathematics and Computer Education, 39(3), 243-257.

    Discusses and demonstrates the applications of various forms of teaching (scaffolding, concept mapping, constructivism) and learning based strategies (problem-based learning, collaborative learning, and active learning) as they are applied to undergraduate Computer Science.

  1. Sarnoff, S., Welch, L., Gradin, S., & Sandell, K. (2004). Using a faculty-in-residence model to enhance curriculae in computer science and social work with writing and critical thinking. Journal of Faculty Development, 19(3), 131-144. REQUEST THROUGH INTERLIBRARY LOAN

    This paper  discusses the results of a project that enabled three faculty members from disparate disciplines: Social Work, Interpersonal Communication and Software Engineering, to enhance writing and critical thinking in their courses.

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