TeaEdu4CT: Using Constructivism, and Project and Challenge Driven Pedagogy for learning CT

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Teaching materials

This module focuses on the use of societally relevant intellectual challenges to stimulate student motivation and engagement in learning CT concepts and skills. In doing so Module 9 uses the definition of what CT skills and competencies involve defined by the work of Dagiene et al.
Constructionism is introduced as the conceptual basis of learning activities in CT skills development in Unit 1. The remaining units support teachers in the process of designing appropriate learning strategies for CT using a challenge based constructionist pedagogy. The final units provide a set of materials to scaffold the development of challenge based classroom practice and assessment rubrics.

Also available in: Italian, Dutch.

DG di riferimento

Directorate General for Education and Culture (DG EAC)

Unità

Higher Education and Research

Il progetto

TeaEdu4CT – Future Teachers Education: Computational Thinking and STEAM

Scheda progetto

Categorie

Topic

Target

Higher education teachers

Info & contatti

E-mail

alessia.valenti@cesie.org

Visita il sito

https://www.fsf.vu.lt/en/teaedu4ct/
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