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 Title & Authors
Development of Science Subject Program based on Programming Learning to Improve Computational Thinking Ability in middle school
Lee, Hye-Young; Lee, Tae-Wuk;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a Science subject program based on programming learning to improve computational thinking ability in middle school. As the necessity of software education rises recently, the subject of information was designated as the mandatory subject in elementary, middle and high schools. In order to cultivate the ability that enables the leaners to search the knowledge in need by themselves and raise troubleshooting method, not the existing indoctrination, his thesis was willing to improve Computational Thinking ability and improve the ability of considering and thinking the matters by using scratch language. For that, this thesis developed and suggested science subject program that utilizes the programming learning.
 Keywords
Programming Learning;Computational Thinking;
 Language
Korean
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