Published Nov 30, 2021

L.H. Sun  


As a basic skill of children facing the future, adapting to the future, and transforming the future, programming has continuously received attention from all walks of life. Scholars have carried out a great deal of experimental and quasi-experimental research, but the results of the research differ. To respond to the topic “whether children's programming promotes children's individual development”, a study from Journal of East China Normal University (Education Science Edition) adopted a meta-analysis method to conduct empirical research on the influence of programming on individual development by reviewing 28 independent studies and 74 effect sizes that can be used for analysis.


How to Cite
Sun, L. (2021). Can Programming Really Promote Individual Development of Children? A Meta-analysis on 28 Experimental and Quasi-experimental Studies. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 9(2), 1273–1275. Retrieved from https://bonoi.org/index.php/bece/article/view/641