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A Pilot Teaching Project, “Keeping Safe”, Exploring the Use of “Scratch 3” Computer Coding Files and Computer-Generated Music Files Created in “Sibelius”, to Support Young Adults with Language Learning Difficulties and Disabilities at Lambeth College, in South London

Abstract : This case study outlines a continuing curriculum project, from 2009 to the present, now exploring “Scratch 3” to support the sequencing skills of young adults with learning difficulties (LLDD), at Lambeth College, south London. Student support files, in “Scratch 3” block coding, and in “Sibelius” music software, were created by a secondary school pupil, aged 12, and developed for use by the students at the Further Education College, as part of an on-going educational collaboration. While it has proved to be the most problematic and frustrating teaching and learning project of the learning series to date, nonetheless it has had very positive student outcomes.
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Lloyd Mead, Lawrence Williams, Beth Mead. A Pilot Teaching Project, “Keeping Safe”, Exploring the Use of “Scratch 3” Computer Coding Files and Computer-Generated Music Files Created in “Sibelius”, to Support Young Adults with Language Learning Difficulties and Disabilities at Lambeth College, in South London. 1st International Conference on Sustainable ICT, Education, and Learning (SUZA), Apr 2019, Zanzibar, Tanzania. pp.45-54, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-28764-1_7⟩. ⟨hal-02515749⟩

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