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  1. Hmelo-Silver, C. E. (Ed.)
    This paper develops a systematic approach to identifying and analyzing high school students’ debugging strategies when they work together to construct computational models of scientific processes in a block-based programming environment. We combine Markov models derived from students’ activity logs with epistemic network analysis of their collaborative discourse to interpret and analyze their model building and debugging processes. We present a contrasting case study that illustrates the differences in debugging strategies between two groups of students and its impact on their model-building effectiveness.
  2. Hmelo-Silver, C. E. (Ed.)
    This paper develops a systematic approach to identifying and analyzing high school students’ debugging strategies when they work together to construct computational models of scientific processes in a block-based programming environment. We combine Markov models derived from students’ activity logs with epistemic network analysis of their collaborative discourse to interpret and analyze their model building and debugging processes. We present a contrasting case study that illustrates the differences in debugging strategies between two groups of students and its impact on their model-building effectiveness.