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Computational thinking in compulsory education : a pedagogical perspective / First Edition

Computational thinking in compulsory education : a pedagogical perspective / First Edition

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Yadav, Aman, editor. Berthelsen, Ulf Dalvad, editor.
Title Statement
Computational thinking in compulsory education : a pedagogical perspective / edited by Aman Yadav and Ulf Dalvad Berthelsen.
판사항
First Edition.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Routledge,   2022.  
Physical Medium
xx, 215 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9780367564469 (Hardback) 9780367610357 (Paperback) 9781003102991 (eBook)
요약
"Computational Thinking in Compulsory Education explores the relevance of computational thinking in primary and secondary education. As today's school-aged students prepare to live and work in a thoroughly digitized world, computer science is providing a wealth of new learning concepts and opportunities across domains. This book offers a comprehensive overview of computational thinking, its history, implications for equity and inclusion, analyses of competencies in practice, and integration into learning, instruction, and assessment through scaffolded teacher education. Computer science education faculty and pre- and in-service educators will find a fresh pedagogical approach to computational thinking in primary and secondary classrooms. Aman Yadav is Professor of Educational Psychology and Educational Technology in the College of Education at Michigan State University, USA. Ulf Dalvad Berthelsen is Associate Professor in the School of Communication and Culture at Aarhus University, Denmark"--
Content Notes
Computational thinking: A professional and historical perspective -- Computational thinking today -- A computational thinking integration model for primary and secondary classrooms -- Democracy and computation: A normative perspective on the magic of the new millennium -- Computational thinking as subject matter: As an independent subject or integrated across subjects? -- Assessment of computational thinking -- Ethnocomputing and computational thinking -- Professional development as a bridge between teacher competencies and computational thinking integration -- Preparing the next generation of teachers: Revamping teacher education for the 21st century -- Integrating computing through task specific programming for disciplinary relevance: Considerations and examples -- Computational thinking as district strategy: Moving the CS vs CT debate from the ivory tower to the schoolhouse.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Education, Compulsory --Curricula --United States. Computer programming --Study and teaching. Teachers --In-service training.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

1 Computational Thinking: A Professional and Historical Perspective
Matti Tedre & Peter J. Denning


2 Computational Thinking Today
Shuchi Grover


3 A Computational Thinking Integration Model for Primary and Secondary Classrooms
Steven Azeka & Aman Yadav


4 Democracy and Computation: A Normative Perspective on the Magic of the New Millennium
Ulf Dalvad Berthelsen & Carsten Fogh Nielsen


5 Computational Thinking as Subject Matter: As an Independent Subject or Integrated across Subjects?
Morten Tannert, Rasmus Fink Lorentzen, and Ulf Dalvad Berthelsen





6 Assessment of Computational Thinking
David Weintrop, Daisy Rutstein, Marie Bienkowski, and Steven McGee





7 Ethnocomputing and Computational Thinking
Michael Lachney, Briana Green, Madison C. Allen, and Lakisha Foy


8 Professional Development as a Bridge between Teacher Competencies and Computational Thinking Integration
Secil Caskurlu, Aman Yadav, Kyle Dunbar, and Rafi Santo


9 Preparing the Next Generation of Teachers: Revamping Teacher Education for the 21st Century
Anne Leftwich, Aman Yadav, and Chrystalla Mouza


10 Integrating Computing through Task-Specific Programming for Disciplinary Relevance: Considerations and Examples
Mark Guzdial & Tamara Shreiner


11 Computational Thinking as District Strategy: Moving the CS vs CT Debate from the Ivory Tower to the Schoolhouse
Rafi Santo, June Ahn, and Leigh Ann DeLyser

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