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LLM-powered code generators in K–12 self-paced computing education

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Majeed Kazemi, a Computer Science PhD student at the University of Toronto under Professor Tovi Grossman, explores the intersection of HCI and computing education. With a focus on developer and creativity support tools, his work delves into tangible programming, data-driven visual programming, and LLM -powered coding assistants’ impact on computing education. His PhD thesis focuses on scaling computing education in self-paced environments.

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