Educational Materials for Computational Thinking Development Unplugged Programming for II and III Stage of Middle School

Getriin Kokk
Middle school curriculum by the government of Estonia supports digital competence, technological and innovative development but does not set exact guidelines for teaching. At the moment, middle school informatics focus mainly on teaching of how to use a computer rather than teaching informatics and programming. Due to curriculum not having exact guidelines for the subject, the objective for this thesis was to create lesson plans and educational materials on
education of computational thinking with unplugged programming for the II and III stage of middle school. All materials created for this thesis were tested and assessed by the students on the following topics: captivation; likeability; understandability of the material.
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Graduation Thesis type
Master - Teacher of Mathematics and Informatics
Tauno Palts
Defence year