WHAT

CT and Math Grades 48: understanding classroom practices.

Understanding Classroom (teaching and learning) practices that support introductory CT and Math for Grades 48 learners
WHO
 Immaculate Namukasa, Western University.
WHY

The study seeks to understand teaching and learning practices for integrating Computational thinking (CT) activities, based on Digital Tangibles, Robotics, and Block coding programs, with mathematics for Grades 48 children in and out of school contexts.
WHEN
 Spring 2016 Spring 2018
OUTCOMES
 The design of computational thinking and mathematics activities based on existing tools, which were implemented and researched in classrooms.
 The activities were implemented with eight K8 class teachers in five schools, as well as in outreach contexts.
DISSEMINATION
 Namukasa K. I. (submitted). Integrating computational thinking tools in mathematics teaching. MTL.
 Namukasa, I. K., Minakshi, P., Miller, M. (2017). Introductory CT and Math in the middle grades: Tools and Resources. Math + Code ‘Zine, 2 (2).