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VENVI - Virtual Environment Interactions

NSF Awards: 1559756

2016 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades K-6, Grades 6-8

We present VENVI (Virtual ENVironment Interactions), a curriculum and platform that teaches computational thinking through an embodied pedagogical approach. Aimed at middle school children, VENVI teaches basic concepts from creative movement and basic concepts from computational thinking at the same time. Students get up and move to understand the concepts and then use them to program a virtual character within our platform in a fun and engaging way. Our video shows several aspects of the development of VENVI: from our pilot study, to motion capture and character development, to using virtual reality. For more information, visit www.venvi.org .

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