Visual Interactive Learning Environment Improves Creative Thinking Among Non-Major Computer Science Students: New Study Published

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I am excited to share with you all that my article titled “Interactive Learning Environment Through Visualization to Promote Creative Thinking Among Non-Major Undergraduate Computer Science Students Learning Computer Programming Subject” has been published.

The study explores the impact of a visual interactive learning environment on the performance and dimensions of creative potential of non-major undergraduate computer science students learning computer programming. The results of the study are promising, and suggest that a visual interactive learning environment can be a useful tool to promote creative thinking among students in this field.

I hope this article inspires educators and researchers to explore the potential of visual interactive learning environments in promoting creative thinking in various academic disciplines.

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