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Computational thinking development and assessment through tabletop escape games

Divya Menon, Thierry Viéville, Margarida Romero
2019 International Journal of Serious Games  
The development and assessment of computational thinking (CT) is garnering a lot of attention and research since the last decade.  ...  from board games to educational robotic games.  ...  The authors of this paper propose that further research is needed to ascertain how tabletop escape games can help in achieving the learning outcome of developing CT as a competency among K-12 learners.  ... 
doi:10.17083/ijsg.v6i4.319 fatcat:whshdqom6feinh4gjxaxj4qpb4

Boardgames and Computational Thinking

Marco Scirea, Andrea Valente
2020 International Conference on the Foundations of Digital Games  
the research perspective, a few boardgames have been designed with the explicit purpose of supporting CT concepts, the most notable are: Crabs & Turtles [Tsarava et al. 2018 ] and RaBit EscAPE [Apostolellis  ...  Modular boards can support incremental thinking, especially when expanding a map. This is especially true in games where the players have to build the game-board as the game progresses.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3402942.3409616 dblp:conf/fdg/ScireaV20 fatcat:pch6g7z34zepfjs562duvbd5jq

Computational Thinking in Education: Where does it Fit? A systematic literary review [article]

James Lockwood, Aidan Mooney
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Computational Thinking (CT) has been described as an essential skill which everyone should learn and can therefore include in their skill set.  ...  It was also found that Computer Science/Computing, which could be the most obvious place to teach CT, has yet to become a mainstream subject in some countries, although this is improving.  ...  Several papers were found that talked about game design and game playing as being useful tools for teaching CT concepts. In this section, we discuss several of them. RaBit EscApe Apostolellis et al.  ... 
arXiv:1703.07659v3 fatcat:3cb4ebwovrbj3pkz5bqjhz77je

Platforms and the Fall of the Fourth Estate: Looking Beyond the First Amendment to Protect Watchdog Journalism

Erin Carroll
2018 Social Science Research Network  
. 303 For example, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act ("CFAA") bars knowing access to a "protected computer without authorization" and thereby obtaining "anything of value." 304 No freedom of the press  ...  As Pulitzer Prize-winning technology reporter Julia Angwin said at a 2018 conference on the power of platforms over the press: "Essentially journalism has become a game of how to game the algorithm as  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3300966 fatcat:igifrexkz5gx7e4uug53ovzcum

The Role of Self-Concept and Motivation Within the "Computational Thinking" Approach to Early Computer Science Education [article]

Luzia Leifheit, Ostermann, Klaus (Prof. Dr.), Universitaet Tuebingen
2021
computational thinking training for fostering programming-related motivation and self-concept (study 4).  ...  Especially for elementary education, these efforts often follow the didactic approach of computational thinking, which places focus on the concepts, methods, and principles of computing rather than on  ...  Manuscript 1 Acknowledgements For their support of this study, we would like to thank all involved research assistants and the members of the working group "Neurocognitive Plasticity" at Leibniz-Institut  ... 
doi:10.15496/publikation-55314 fatcat:owx3qizmlbbl3av7bowfumnrea

The Great Scourge: The Tasmanian Infantile Paralysis Epidemic 1937-1938

John M. Goldsmid, Anne Killalea
1998 American Historical Review  
For others, there was the opposite effect. Fred Watson, a promising pupil at Upper Blessington, floundered for three years as a young high-schooler boarding away from home.  ...  sent cases of oranges,i 49 some plums from the orchard,i 49 or a parcel of gifts at Easter.i 5 o Schoolchildren sent books and games.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2650101 fatcat:xmgkhxk2wnarvbj3vj2wymjlpm

The spatiality of a social struggle in Greece at the time of the IMF

Regina Mantanika, Hara Kouki
2011 City  
Schengen has been a fool's game for the new countries which joined from 2004 to 2007.  ...  The Association Cardijn, linked to the Church, offers Spanish and computer lessons.  ...  Understandably, therefore, we wish to see in official declarations calling for walls to be knocked down, like Nicolas Sarkozy's "Berlin appeal", signs of a turning away from what is in effect a war being  ... 
doi:10.1080/13604813.2011.596324 fatcat:ffhi7cb2hvbfdehu65ojj75ozi

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JCER | Journal of Contemporary European Research
2009 Journal of Contemporary European Research  
'The European Union After 9/11: The Demise of a Liberal Demo Asylum Regime?'  ...  It suggests that ESDP is becoming stronger, both politically and militarily and that in the mid-term the European Union will become a full global player owing to the rationalization of the institutions  ...  France "shuts down" in August; it is a time of relaxation and distant escape for Parisians and city-dwellers.  ... 
doaj:b5e444547a354dc98d9f6716cbb2c282 fatcat:tb4qgaktgzdufcszykczx6sctm

BORDERS AS AN INTERDISCPLINARY PROBLEM: TERRITORIALITY AND IDENTITY – PAST AND PRESENT

Duško Vrban
2018 Pravni Vjesnik  
Moreover, introduction of new technologies, such as ICT and the bio-metric, have transformed classical, linear forms of territorial border surveillance into mechanisms of remote control and ruling at a  ...  This article deals with the concepts of space and territoriality in law and politics seen through reflexion on borders, which are understood primarily as forms of identification and the basis for nation-building  ...  However, conclusions of this arbitration board seemed unacceptable to Croatia, due to the alleged undue influences on the members of the board.  ... 
doi:10.25234/pv/6317 fatcat:dxcmmnjkcjcvpkxaon3ubwvucq

The Politics of International Migration Management [chapter]

Martin Geiger, Antoine Pécoud
2010 The Politics of International Migration Management  
thinking.  ...  Migration is now seen as having win-win potential: 'migration is not a zero-sum game.  ...  122 Anderson, B., 194 Andreas, P., 30, 271 Andrijasevic, R., 129, 194 Annan, Kofi, 23, 58 [14] [15] 103 as political rationality, 27-8 practices used in, 6-8 privatization of, 62-3 recommendations for  ... 
doi:10.1057/9780230294882_1 fatcat:22pwdf4subhjhghrep5on6u4ee

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* JCER
2012 Journal of Contemporary European Research  
Afghanistan was apparent from Obama's decision on February 17 2009 to approve an additional 34,000 troops for the "counterinsurgency" effort (US Department of Defense, 17 February 2009).  ...  Contracting out support services in Afghanistan The reasons for large-scale contractor engagement in Afghanistan The urgent need to gain the initiative in the (military) "counterinsurgency" operation in  ...  In a broader perspective we cannot escape the question of the meaning of borders in a globalised world: what do borders stand for nowadays?  ... 
doaj:6c6152dbfef248ea9855bc2623dbcbc4 fatcat:kvdiv7x6t5gdvezf2yog37sliq

Austronesian soundscapes: performing arts in Oceania and Southeast Asia

2012 ChoiceReviews  
The International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) is a postdoctoral research centre based in Leiden and Amsterdam, the Netherlands.  ...  In this way, IIAS functions as a window on Europe for non-European scholars and contributes to the cultural rapprochement between Asia and Europe. For further information, please visit www.iias.nl.  ...  Lila San Roque for their comments on the draft and for their help in locating relevant literature. Notes  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.49-2572 fatcat:caklnaphdbdjjal2owffsgwj3u

Proceso de Comunidades Negras (PCN)

Bertha Lucia Carolina Trevisi-Fuentes
2008 unpublished
On one hand, a review of post-developmental texts giving special priority to Arturo Escobar.  ...  Therefore, PCN can best be considered a case of "skeptical post-development", as depicted by Aram Ziai.  ...  terms to escape development.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.2766 fatcat:5llypw2ubff2tewrtv5rcju7d4