Essays about: "lärteknologi"

Found 2 essays containing the word lärteknologi.

  1. 1. Debugging in a World Full of Bugs : Designing an educational game to teach debugging and error detection with the help of a teachable agent

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Institutionen för datavetenskap

    Author : Isabella Koniakowski; [2020]
    Keywords : EdTech; educational technology; design; learning experience; education; feedback; debugging; bug; iterative; interview; sketch; pugh matrix; preschool; teachable agent; teacher; metaphor; Magical Garden; Lärteknologi; EdTech; design; utbildning; feedback; buggar; iterativ; intervju; skiss; pugh matris; förskola; lärare; metafor; lärkompis; lärande agent; agent; Magiska Trädgården;

    Abstract : This study used the Magical Garden software and earlier research into computational thinking as a point of departure to explore what metaphors could be used and how a teachable agent could be utilised to introduce debugging and error detection to preschool children between four and six years old. A research through design methodology allowed the researcher to iteratively work divergently and convergently through sketching, creating a Pugh matrix, conducting six formative interviews, and finally creating two hybrid-concepts as paths to teaching debugging in the form of concepts. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Potential of Argument Mapping as a Tool for Teaching Critical Thinking in Secondary School

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Institutionen för datavetenskap

    Author : Tim Lidåker; [2018]
    Keywords : critical thinking; argument mapping; critical reasoning; informal logic; source criticism; educational technology; kritiskt tänkande; källkritik; lärteknologi; digitalt läromedel;

    Abstract : With our modern deluge of information through social media, news and blogs, the importance of giving our children a better understanding of source criticism and critical thinking has become increasingly clear. In the field of critical thinking, the use of argument mapping software, a visual way of structuring arguments, has been shown to increase the understanding of arguments, and college students using the method score as much as three times higher on critical thinking tests. READ MORE