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Designing an Assessment Model of Computational Thinking in Elementary and Secondary Education.

Abstract : This proposal research is to create the assessment tools to evaluate students' learning of computational thinking. This research involves the following: ․ attempts to reshape the definition and elements of computational thinking within the current elementary and middle school of computing curriculum in Korea. ․ provides a computational thinking assessment model for teachers to assess what students know and how learning progresses ․ Verification and evaluation of the assessment model by applicability of the assessment contents according to the elementary and middle school level. In order to complete this research, literature review of computational thinking is essential. we will argue trends of latest related research and limits of existing researches. In use of Design and development, we will propose various methodologies applied with computational thinking assessment model s; these include all forms of multimedia such as Evidence-Centered Design (ECD). In a verification part, the evaluation model was applied to specific elementary and junior high school teachers and then the teacher survey was conducted.
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Soohwan Kim, Seonghun Kim, Seulki Kim. Designing an Assessment Model of Computational Thinking in Elementary and Secondary Education.. Scratch2017BDX : Opening, Inspiring, Connecting, Jul 2017, Bordeaux, France. pp.6. ⟨hal-01558444⟩



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