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Published Nov 30, 2021

L.H. Sun  

Abstract

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.

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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
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