Symposium på EARLI SIG 10, 21 and 25 Conference 2020,”Investigating computational thinking in classrooms: conceptual issues and empirical processes.”
In this symposium, we investigate theoretical conceptualizations and empirical realizations of CT in classrooms spanning the educational system, in courses with and without coding. The first paper discusses how to delimit CT from other forms of thinking. The second paper presents a systematic literature review of pedagogical approaches in various analogue and digital learning designs. The third paper articulates pedagogical points for teaching (with) CT, based on research on specific learning designs. The fourth paper presents an empirical study of the use of CT across different learning settings in an interdisciplinary project course.
”Pedagogical approaches in Computational Thinking - A systematic literature review” by Christina Fyhn and Nina Bonderup Dohn
”An empirical study of the use of Computational Thinking in an interdisciplinary project course” by Jesper Jensen
”Defining Computational Thinking” by Stig Børsen Hansen
"Focus points for the pedagogics of teaching (with) Computational Thinking” by Nina Bonderup Dohn, all SDU.