Thursday, June 27
10:45 AM-11:45 AM
De Dam 1

Computational Thinking in Education

Symposium ID: 54815
  1. Miroslava Černochová
    Charles University, Prague
  2. aaa
    Diane van der Linde
    Windesheim University
  3. aaa
    Erik Bolhuis
    Windesheim University of Applied Sciences
  4. aaa
    Wim Trooster
    Windesheim University of Applied Sciences
  5. aaa
    Kevin Oliver
    North Carolina State University
  6. aaa
    Jennifer Houchins
    North Carolina State University
  7. Joke Voogt
    University of Amsterdam/ Windesheim University of Applied Sciences

Abstract: Computational Thinking has been given an important place in education. Embedding computational thinking in curricula or attainment levels requires attention for this subject in teacher training programmes, as well as in the design of teaching materials that contribute to the development of CT skills. The studies presented in this symposium are examples of how computational thinking can be incorporated into a curriculum, as well as examples in which students in teacher education have actually started working with their pupils on computational thinking skills.

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