coffee&LEARN: Evaluating computational thinking

In this session, Marc Lafuente will present a test to evaluate computational thinking skills developed by a team at LEARN. This test has been designed to evaluate students regardless of their background and programming skills, and it doesn’t require coding. Data from a study that compares EPFL students with other students with a background in social sciences will be presented.

Sounds interesting? You can watch the recording here.

The lunch&LEARN series was created by the Center LEARN to stimulate the exchange between learning science researchers and everyone at EPFL interested in teaching. Our sessions seek to either translate learning research into teaching practice or provide evidence and insights from teaching practice. Video recordings and slides from previous sessions can be found on the lunch&LEARN webpage. During this COVID-19 impacted period, we turned it into a remote coffee&LEARN.

Imported from EPFL Memento