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|Title:||Presentation of the paper “Smart Textile objects and conductible ink as a context for arts based teaching and learning of computational thinking at primary school”|
|Keywords:||Smart textile; wearables; tangible media; art and design based learning; physical computing; contextualized learning; cross-disciplinary learning; TACCLE 3 - Coding|
|Abstract:||This is the presentation of the paper entitled “Smart Textile objects and conductible ink as a context for arts based teaching and learning of computational thinking at primary school” in the Computational Thinking session of the TEEM 2016 International Conference held in Salamanca (Spain) in November 2-4, 2016. The shaping of Smart Textile artefacts brings together a variety of learning activities, such as imagining, designing, drawing, constructing, wiring, programming, controlling, testing, debugging and presenting self-made, invented media objects, realized in project- and team based arrangements. A variety of human senses are addressed when pupils develop and sketch their project ideas to be realized. In the paper, we discuss the topic of self-made Smart Textile objects as a learning content for primary school level, towards the development of curriculum modules for project learning in the classroom as well as teacher training. It was developed in the ‘Teachers Aids on Creating Contents for Learning Environments’ TACCLE3 coding project.|
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