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International Journal of Advanced Computer Research (IJACR)

ISSN (Print):2249-7277    ISSN (Online):2277-7970
Volume-9 Issue-40 January-2019
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Paper Title : Design of the rubrics evaluation lists and the education contents for improve the computational thinking by using physical computing tool
Author Name : Junhyeong Lee and Hyeongok Lee
Abstract :

The purpose of this study is to design education program and computational thinking (CT) rubrics evaluation lists using physical computing tools to improve effective CT skills. To do this, we analyzed the elements of CT, rubrics evaluation lists, and physical computing tools, and presented 12 rubric evaluation lists for learners. The contents of the education program were designed based on the real-life problem solving (RPLS) model. The education program design set a one topic for artifacts to be consistent with are CT element. Based on the rubrics of Kim JK, designed by analyzing the CT framework, we devised a CT rubrics evaluation list used the physical computing tools. After, this study is expected to be used as an effective CT teach program using the physical computing tools through the verification of the empirical results.

Keywords : Computational thinking, Physical computing, Rubrics, CT-RLPS.
Cite this article : Lee J, Lee H. Design of the rubrics evaluation lists and the education contents for improve the computational thinking by using physical computing tool . International Journal of Advanced Computer Research. 2019; 9 (40): 46-52. DOI:10.19101/IJACR.COM16001.
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