Julia Moschitz

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Learning algorithmic thinking can start in early years and must be oriented on the thinking ability of young children. Suitable environments with tangible objects and easy to understand problems motivate the young to learn the first concepts of algorithms. We present in this paper a learning scenario Tim the Train for primary school children, that involves(More)
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