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The persons who could answer your question best are the students themselves. Why don't you ask them? Seriously though, there might be a host of reasons why a given person is novelty-shy. First of all, however pleasant knowledge might be, any learning process is intrinsically painful, so some reluctance is only to be expected from any pupil or student at ...


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I don't normally answer questions that I've voted to close, but I'll make an exception here. I think your quest is doomed. Sorry. I also think that pressing is just going to make it worse. Perhaps you can impress that on the mother. One can be successful in applied math or physics without programming. It is a helpful tool, but not essential for ...


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I think the answer is "yes". It seems obvious that there is a segment of the population with severe intellectual disabilities, severe learning disabilities, brain damage, cognitive inability to read or do problem-solving, etc., who will be unable to do programming. The real, difficult, question is: What percentage of the population is that? (Or perhaps, as ...


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