Technological project in the development of computational thinking and problem-solving
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In the article, the authors propose technological projects to develop computational thinking following the four problem-solving phases: understanding the problem, making the plan, executing the plan, and reviewing the solution. This study was based on a quantitative approach; the participants were 37 engineering students who had just entered university; also, the Pearson correlation statistical test was used to assess the relationship between computational thinking and problem- resolve. The activities of the technological projects have been developed using technological resources, such as the Arduino board, the mBlock software, and electronic sensors. It has been shown that following the problem-solving method based on the four phases contributes to the development of computational thinking skills in engineering students who have recently entered university.
How to citePaucar-Curasma, R., Villalba-Condori, K. O., Jara Jara, N., Quispe Llamoca, R., Unsihuay Tovar, R. F. Carhuaz Malpartida, F. C. (2022). Technological project in the development of computational thinking and problem-solving. In Proceedings of the 17th Latin American Conference on Learning Technologies, LACLO 2022, Armenia, Colombia, October 2022. https://doi.org/10.1109/LACLO56648.2022.10013445
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