From 27 to 30 June 2022, the last Learning and Teaching Activity of the project took place in Tallinn (Estonia), a Summer School with the participation of the project partnership and representatives of the student body or head teachers from the 10 partner countrie.
TeaEdu4CT partners are testing the effectiveness of the training modules and are planning activities to present the project results to the scientific and academic community.
TeaEdu4CT is developing 10 training modules to integrate computational thinking into university training for future teachers.
Computational thinking involves taking a complex problem and breaking it down into a series of smaller, more manageable problems (decomposition). Each of these smaller problems can then be examined individually, considering how similar problems have been solved before...
The project TeaEdu4CT – Future Teachers Education: Computational Thinking and STEAM aims to develop a training curriculum for teachers and future teachers on the use of computational thinking in all areas of teaching.