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18-20/05 2020

Workshop på 12thInternational Conference on Networked Learning”(How) Can computational things be utilized in networked learning”).

Participants: Ane Bjerre Odgaard, Roland Hachmann, Stig Børsen Hansen og Nina Bonderup Dohn

Description:

Computational things are physical artifacts that use computer programs to bring observable changes in themselves or other artifacts.Typically, the interaction between the computational thing and the environment is mediated through sensors and actuators. Lego Mindstorms, Kubo robots, e-textiles, as well as things integrating Arduinos and Microbits are all examples of computational things.

This workshop aims to discuss with participants what roles (if any) “computational things” can have in networked learning practice and, vice versa, what roles (if any) networked learning can have in learning with “computational things.”

For more information about the workshop, tap here:https://www.networkedlearning.aau.dk/nlc2020/submissions/workshops/#469307

01-03/08 2020

Symposium på EARLI SIG 10, 21 and 25 Conference 2020,”Investigating computational thinking in classrooms: conceptual issues and empirical processes.”

Description:

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.

Paper presenters:

”Pedagogical approaches in Computational Thinking - A systematic literature review” byChristina Fyhn and Nina Bonderup Dohn

”An empirical study of the use of Computational Thinking in an interdisciplinary project course” byJesper Jensen

”Defining Computational Thinking” byStig Børsen Hansen

"Focus points for the pedagogics of teaching (with) Computational Thinking” byNina Bonderup Dohn, all SDU.

06-07 03 2020

Oplæg Filosofisk Selskabs Årsmøde,:

Filosofiske forudsætninger i ”Computational thinking” - en gammelkendt diskussion i ny forklædning?Ved Nina Bonderup Dohn

Description

Computational thinking (CT) is claimed to be a problem-solving method applicable across disciplines, consisting ofdecompositionskills,abstraction, patternrecognition, modeling, algorithm design,automation,andgeneralization. CT is not "thinking like a computer" but the processes involved in preparing a problem so that a computer can solve it. What understanding of thinking, problems, and problem solving is implicit in the approach? How does this understanding differ from the view that Dreyfus criticized as early as 1972? Is the discussion about CT an old familiar in new clothes?

 

Workshops

Previously held workshops in Center for Learning Computational Thinking.

 

09.11.2020

 

Learning and CT in a European Education setting. The virtuel workshop is planned with lectures as mentioned below:

  • Technology for learning thinking skills med gæsteforelæsning af Professor Joke Voogt fra University of Amsterdam
  • Jens Jørgen Hansen - Teknologiforståelse” in the Danish public schools
  • Marco Ragni and Nina Bonderup Dohn – Call for Papers: - Künstliche Intelligenz German Journal of Artificial Intelligence

28.09.2020

Applied methods for computational thinking in education.

  • Visualizing learning analytics and data mining outputs” presented by Zhiru Sun
  • Do Users Understand Search Engine Results Ranking? Implications for Teaching Computational Thinking’ presented by Ying-Hsang Liu
  • Wrap Up session – Perspective for research according to Center for Learning Computational Thinking - Facilitated by Nina Bonderup Dohn.

 

10.03.2020

Different conceptions of CT – What’s new

  • Discussion of Tedre & Denning (2016) The Long Quest for Computational Thinking, Proceedings of the 16th Koli Calling International Conference on Computing Education Research
  • Nina Bonderup Dohn: Philosophical presuppositions in different understandings of CT – does Dreyfus’ criticism from 1972 apply?

 

 

28-11.2019

What is CT 5 Theoretical Perspektives 

  • Emanuela Marchetti
  • Stefan Jäncke
  • Stig Børsen Hansen
  • Jussi Mikkonen
  • Rocio Chongtay

 

06.09.2019

Teaching Programming with:

  • Nina Bonderup Dohn: General focus points when teaching for learning
  • Rolf Fagerberg: Teaching programming to beginners
  • Rocio Chongtay: Teaching programming to humanists/non-it-interested people

19.06.2019

Start-up Workshop


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