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Education and further education in Computational Thinking

For more information about Education, read below in relevant field! 

At the Department of Design and Communication (IDK), you have the option to choose Computational Thinking as part of your bachelor's degree. Tap here to read more!

The option will give you the skills to use in your working life or master's degree, such as the Webarkitetture specialization for the master's program in web communication.

The Department of Design and Communication also offers several bachelor's degrees with Computational Thinking elements, including information science, IT, and interaction design programs.

Our continuing and further educations programs are aimed at the education sector.

Do you, in your organization, need relevant continuing training in Computational Thinking? The Center for Learning Computational Thinking offers different options from single-day classes or seminars that (for a fee) are tailored according to your needs.

Contact Professor and Head of Centre Nina Bonderup Dohn or research Assistant Mads Grønne Bärenholdt to learn more about the possibilities.

Our approach to competence development is inspired by action learning:

We uncover the individual's own Computational Thinking experience and competencies in a subject area where we, subsequently, in a Co-design process, develop Computational Thinking courses that can be used in the teaching of students, students, or students. In the final part of the process, we will create spaces for reflection and development of participants' competencies and tools to integrate Computational Thinking into their practice further.

Of previous projects, we have, among other things, held seminars for various Danish high schools. The aim was to give teachers skills and tools to integrate Computational Thinking into their subjects and teaching. Read more about the project!

Of previous projects, we have, among other things, held seminars for various Danish high schools. The aim was to give teachers skills and tools to integrate Computational Thinking into their subjects and teaching. Read more about the project!