1. Robert Reardon
  3. East Carolina University
  1. Anne haugh
  2. teacher
  4. iCS4All Chinquapin Elementary

Integrating the Computer Science and Computational Thinking in Three Rural Ea...

NSF Awards: 1738767

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 6-8

Computational thinking tends to be more readily associated with STEM than with the arts. This video explores the visual arts component of an initiative to integrate computational thinking in music and visual arts in three rural counties in North Carolina--in collaboration with two outstanding visual art teachers and an equally outstanding music teachers. Espousing the understanding of computational thinking from the Barefoot initiative in the United Kingdom, we highlight the work of the visual arts students and their teacher.

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