The Future of Coding in Schools
Coding is the process of using different cognitive skills together to solve a problem. The first step in solving the problem is a clear understanding and analysis of the problem. Coding provides individuals with multi-directional solutions to problems, encourages to think systematically and creatively, to relate events, to focus on problem-solving, to do teamwork, to think critically. Also, considering the time that children spend at the computer, it will be more useful to direct them to the topic that will be most beneficial to their development.
Ice – Breaking and Warm – Up Sessions
Project – Solving Activities
Goal – Setting sessions
Be able to prepare an algorithm for solving a problem
To have general knowledge about Scratch program
Be able to create a program flow with blocks
To design an educational game with Scratch
Having general knowledge about Python programming language
Writing code with Python
Be able to do mathematical operations with Python
Ability to use conditional expressions
Ability to use lists
Prepare visual drawing with Python
Designing educational games with Python
To be able to plan appropriate coding practice for course content
Using the Scratch program
Scratch program preparation
Designing educational games with Scratch
Having knowledge about the Python programming language
Reading and writing Python code
Using variables before the program
Using conditional expressions in the program
Using Cycles in the program
Draw geometric shapes with Python
Planning the proper coding work for the topic
Trainees will be given soft and hard copies of all lesson materials, which they presenting to their colleagues at their own organizations to generate interest in 21st-century teaching methods with creative thinking. In addition, a mailing list of participants will be created in order to exchange ideas/experiences. Self-evaluation materials will be provided. At the end of the course, the participants will answer a questionnaire in order to get detailed feedback on the effectiveness of the training event.
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