Icon for: Timothy Foutz


University of Georgia

Collective Argumentation Learning and Coding (CALC)

NSF Awards: 1741910

2018 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades K-6

This 3-year STEM+Computing Partnerships Design and Development project, titled Collective Argumentation Learning and Coding (CALC), is designed to integrate the teaching of coding and other computer science content with the standard practices used to teach other elementary (grades 3-5) curriculum content. Currently, standards emphasize the teaching and learning of argumentation as important parts of mathematics and science instruction.  The video will focus on the principles of collective argumentation to teach coding through appropriate reasoning, how university faculty members are working with elementary teachers to integrate the CALC concept into lesson plans and the perspective these teachers have of the project. This project is in its first year.

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