Families That Code Together Learn Together: Exploring family-oriented programming in early childhood with ScratchJr and KIBO Robotics

Govind, Madhu.


  • Family-oriented programming has emerged as a fun, informal way for families to engage in creative activities using programming technologies that teach children how to code. There is a gap in understanding parent-child interactions using graphical versus tangible programming interfaces. This thesis aims to explore how children ages 5-7 and parents jointly program using the screen-based ScratchJr ... read more
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