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Book Review: Teaching Digital Technologies & STEM: Computational Thinking, coding and robotics in the classroom

Michael Kolodziej

Abstract


Computational Thinking (CT) has gained increased visibility in curriculum initiatives
and discussions in Educational Technology over the past decade. Despite the
increased momentum and inclusion of CT in several significant areas of curriculum
internationally, little has been published for educators who wish to incorporate
these increasingly important computer science related skills, knowledge and
attitudes in their classroom practices. Teaching Digital Technologies & STEM:
Computational Thinking, coding and robotics in the classroom provides practical
strategies and a variety of teaching tools for developing Computational Thinking
skills in K-12 students.

Keywords


Computational Thinking; robotics; coding; technology

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