Archives de Tag: computational thinking

Creative programming and making in intergenerational contexts

Last ACT annual meeting in Ottawa has been the opportunity to share the advancements in the creative programming and making in intergeneraional contexts : https://www.slideshare.net/margarida.romero/20171014-actproject-meeting-uottawa https://www.researchgate.net/publication/309382841_Implementing_Maker_Spaces_to_Promote_Cross-Generational_Sharing_and_Learning https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317174393_Intergenerational_Techno-Creative_Activities_in_a_Library_Fablab https://www.researchgate.net/publication/309383311_Promoting_Intergenerational_Participation_Through_Game_Creation_Activities

From computing to computational thinking: Encouraging creative approaches to problem-solving across the curriculum

Computational thinking is a problem-solving process that involves looking at possible solutions abstractly and algorithmically, in a series of ordered steps. People who are able to think in this way tend to be good at generalizing and transferring this problem-solving process to a wide variety of problems. Computational thinking has been hailed as having the […]
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21st century skills: co-creative computational thinking problem solving

21st century skills: co-creative computational thinking problem solving, by @margaridaromero design: @dumontleslie

Puzzle-based coding VS creative programming

Creative programming is a knowledge modeling activity with a high cognitive and metacognitive potential. However, when introducing programming to novices, some learning activities are limited to procedural step-by-step puzzle-based coding activities which does not reflect the creative potential of programming. As shown in the figure below, we distinguish five levels of creative engagement in computer programming education […]
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