Archives de Tag: computational thinking

Impact of Team Climate on Co-Creativity in STEAM Education in Primary Education

Impact of Team Climate on Co-Creativity in STEAM Education in Primary Education DOI: 10.4236/ce.2021.128151PDF Charlotte Stinkeste1, Axelle Napala2, Margarida Romero21Université de Lille, Lille, France.2Université Côte D’Azur, Nice, France. Abstract The need to introduce co-creative approaches in education is nowadays seen as a way to support STEAM education. However, in collaborative activities, the team climate in which learners work […]
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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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