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Computational thinking education in K-12 : artificial intelligence literacy and physical computing

Computational thinking education in K-12 : artificial intelligence literacy and physical computing

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Kong, Siu Cheung, editor. Abelson, Harold, editor.
Title Statement
Computational thinking education in K-12 : artificial intelligence literacy and physical computing / edited by Siu-Cheung Kong and Harold Abelson.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge, Massachusetts ;   London, England :   The MIT Press,   2022.  
Physical Medium
vi, 278 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9780262543477
Content Notes
Introduction of computational thinking education in K-12 / Siu-Cheung Kong, Harold Abelson, and Wai-Ying Kwok -- Part 1: a multiplicity of computational thinkings -- A case for why: society, school, self / Karen Brennan -- Providing students with computational literacy for learning about everything / Mark Guzdial -- Developing computational thinking skills with multiple models and representations / H. Ulrich Hoppe, and Sven Manske -- Towards a theory (and practice) of multiple computational thinkings / Marcos Roman-Gonzalez, Jesús Moreno-Leon, and Gregorio Robles -- Learning computational thinking in phenomenon-based co-creation projects: perspectives from Finland / Pasi Silander, Sini Riikonen, Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarinen, and Kai Hakkarainen -- Computational empowerment / Christian Dindler, Ole Sejer Iversen, Michael E.Caspersen, and Rachel Charlotte Smith -- Part II: computational thinking and artificial intelligence literacy in k-12 -- The computational thinking and artificial intelligence duality / Fredrik Heintz -- Artificial intelligence thinking in k-12 / David Touretzky and Christina Gardner-Mccune -- Preparing children to be conscientious consumers and designers of AI technologies / Daniella Dipaola, Blakeley H. Payne, and Cynthia Breazeal -- Part III: computational thinking and physical computing education in k-12 -- Examining the multi-dimensional learning affordances of robotics for computational thinking and science inquiry / Florence R. Sullivan -- Towards a research agenda for developing computational thinking skills by sense-reason-act programming with robots / Nardie Fanchamps, Marcus Specht, Lou Slangen, and Paul Hennissen -- Computational thinking in the interdisciplinary robotic game: the charm of steam / Ju-Ling Shih.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Critical thinking --Study and teaching. Computer literacy --Study and teaching. Artificial intelligence --Educational applications.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Introduction to Computational Thinking Education in K--12 1
I A Multiplicity of Computational Thinkings 13
1 A Case for Why: Society, School, Self 15
2 Providing Students with Computational Literacy for Learning About Everything 29
3 Developing Computational Thinking Skills with Multiple Models and Representations 49
4 Toward a Theory (And Practice) of Multiple Computational Thinkings 71
5 Learning Computational Thinking in Phenomena-Based Co-Creation Projects: Perspectives from Finland 103
6 Computational Empowerment 121
II Computational Thinking and Artificial Intelligence Literacy in K--12 141
7 The Computational Thinking and Artificial Intelligence Duality 143
8 Artificial Intelligence Thinking in K--12 153
9 Preparing Children to be Conscientious Consumers and Designers of AI Technologies 181
III Computational Thinking and Physical Computing Education in K--12 207
10 Examining the Multidimensional Learning Affordances of Robotics for Computational Thinking and Science Inquiry 209
11 Toward a Research Agenda for Developing Computational Thinking Skills by Sense-Reason-Act Programming with Robots 229
12 Computational Thinking in the Interdisciplinary Robotic Game: The Charm of STEAM 245
Additional Readings on CT Education for K--12 271
Contributors 275
Index 277

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