Teaching computational thinking through musical live coding in scratch

@inproceedings{Ruthmann2010TeachingCT,
  title={Teaching computational thinking through musical live coding in scratch},
  author={S. Alex Ruthmann and Jesse M. Heines and Gena R. Greher and Paul Laidler and Charles Saulters},
  booktitle={SIGCSE},
  year={2010}
}
This paper discusses our ongoing experiences in developing an interdisciplinary general education course called Sound Thinking that is offered jointly by our Dept. of Computer Science and Dept. of Music. It focuses on the student outcomes we are trying to achieve and the projects we are using to help students realize those outcomes. It explains why we are moving from a web-based environment using HTML and JavaScript to Scratch and discusses the potential for Scratch's "musical live coding… CONTINUE READING

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