Tangible Programming in Education: A Research Approach.

Horn, Michael S.

Bers, Marina Umaschi.

Jacob, Robert J. K.

2009

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  • In this position statement, we discuss our research involving tangible user interfaces in both a science museum and in Kindergarten classrooms. This research aims to compare the use of tangible programming to more conventional programming systems as well as to create opportunities for children to engage in meaningful, age-appropriate computer programming and robotics activities in diverse educatio... read more
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  • Horn, Michael S., Marina Umaschi Bers, and Robert J. K. Jacob. "Tangible Programming in Education: A Research Approach." Proc. ACM CHI 2009 Workshop on Tangibles for Children (2009).
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