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Development and Application of CT-SPI Model for Improving Computational Thinking for Elementary School Students
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 Title & Authors
Development and Application of CT-SPI Model for Improving Computational Thinking for Elementary School Students
Sung, Young-Hoon;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a CT-SPI Model based on a physical computing for improving Computational Thinking(CT) for elementary students. This study analyzes the results obtained from applying the CT-SPI model to fourth-grade class. The model is designed to embrace the learning activities and CT elements for three different stages: System thinking, Prototyping and Interaction. For providing curriculum with CT-SPI model, physical SW educational module is developed, so that learners could focus on internalizing CT. The study results indicate that a learning satisfaction and a degree of learner interest improve significantly. Comprehensive CT capability assessment results in three levels show that the capability in lowest level (score is below 4 out of 10) has decreased by 46.6% but capability in highest level (over 7 out of 10) has increased by 20%.
 Keywords
Computational Thinking;Physical Computing;SW Education;Arduino;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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