Bubble 5 for this lesson has a note for teachers:
“Predicting the outcome of code is a pedagogical strategy that has been shown to help students remember what certain code does. The act of making a prediction - right or wrong - focuses your attention when observing the actual outcome.”
Could someone point me towards the research for this strategy? I am interested in reading/learning more CS-specific pedagogy, but I sometimes have a hard time finding it. And thank you to the code.org curriculum team for using evidence-based teaching strategies!