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Authors: Sánchez, A.
Keywords: Computational thinking
Coding in the pre-university curricula
Computational thinking unplugged activities
Issue Date: 24-May-2017
Publisher: Grupo GRIAL
Abstract: From May 8th to 12th, 2017 the Taccle 3 training course “Teaching coding to children” ( was held in Tallin (Estonia), which will focus on introducing programming in primary schools and teaching children how to code. The training has been designed by the Taccle 3 project partners. The training course aimed to develop your own coding competences and also the competences to teach coding to children from 3 to 14 years. There were five training days during which we learned together, in order to: • Describe the key principles of coding; • Describe the basics of computational thinking; • Use appropriate terminology; • Build on activities teachers and children already do; • Measure progression, differentiate lessons and assess what children have learned; • Link the curriculum to the Taccle3 website. The final activity developed by this participant was related to design an unplugged activity to develop the computational thinking skills.
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