In a project partially supported by research grant PANN20_00690 to Italy's CINI National Lab "Informatica e Scuola", we compared the effectiveness of two alternative instructional methods applied to scaffold the learning of iterations for children at grades 2-3. Eight university groups across the Country collaboratively run the project in two successive rounds throughout the year 2022. Teachers' feedback collected across the two rounds helped fine-tune the deployment of the interventions. The experiment results show that the two alternative interventions have measurable outcome differences in the short term.

Learning Iteration for Grades 2-3: Puzzles vs. UMC in Code.Org / Nardelli, Enrico ; Lacchia, Francesco ; Davoli, Renzo ; Lodi, Michael ; Sbaraglia, Marco ; Rossano, Veronica ; Gentile, Enrichetta ; Lonati, Violetta ; Monga, Mattia ; Morpurgo, Anna ; Forlizzi, Luca ; Melideo, Giovanna ; Capecchi, Sara ; Fronza, Ilenia ; Vardanega, Tullio. - ELETTRONICO. - 2:(2023), pp. 1368-1368. (Intervento presentato al convegno SIGCSE 2023: The 54th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education tenutosi a Toronto, Canada nel 15-18 Marzo 2023) [10.1145/3545947.3576312].

Learning Iteration for Grades 2-3: Puzzles vs. UMC in Code.Org

Davoli, Renzo;Lodi, Michael;Sbaraglia, Marco;
2023

Abstract

In a project partially supported by research grant PANN20_00690 to Italy's CINI National Lab "Informatica e Scuola", we compared the effectiveness of two alternative instructional methods applied to scaffold the learning of iterations for children at grades 2-3. Eight university groups across the Country collaboratively run the project in two successive rounds throughout the year 2022. Teachers' feedback collected across the two rounds helped fine-tune the deployment of the interventions. The experiment results show that the two alternative interventions have measurable outcome differences in the short term.
2023
Proceedings of the 54th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education V. 2
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Learning Iteration for Grades 2-3: Puzzles vs. UMC in Code.Org / Nardelli, Enrico ; Lacchia, Francesco ; Davoli, Renzo ; Lodi, Michael ; Sbaraglia, Marco ; Rossano, Veronica ; Gentile, Enrichetta ; Lonati, Violetta ; Monga, Mattia ; Morpurgo, Anna ; Forlizzi, Luca ; Melideo, Giovanna ; Capecchi, Sara ; Fronza, Ilenia ; Vardanega, Tullio. - ELETTRONICO. - 2:(2023), pp. 1368-1368. (Intervento presentato al convegno SIGCSE 2023: The 54th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education tenutosi a Toronto, Canada nel 15-18 Marzo 2023) [10.1145/3545947.3576312].
Nardelli, Enrico ; Lacchia, Francesco ; Davoli, Renzo ; Lodi, Michael ; Sbaraglia, Marco ; Rossano, Veronica ; Gentile, Enrichetta ; Lonati, Violetta ; Monga, Mattia ; Morpurgo, Anna ; Forlizzi, Luca ; Melideo, Giovanna ; Capecchi, Sara ; Fronza, Ilenia ; Vardanega, Tullio
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