Impariamo a programmare. Il coding nella didattica della Scuola dell’Infanzia e della Scuola Primaria

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Let's learn to code. Coding in Kindergarten and Primary School teaching

Monica Arrighi, Cristinamaria Beneduce, Natalia Brignoli, Giovanna Cardellino, Emilia Gualtieri, Barbara Martinelli, Federica Pelizzari

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The contribution is part of the onlife Citizenship: it is the rethinking of digital at school around education in the critical spirit and responsibility. The proposal stems from two framework texts (Law 92 on Civic Education and the Curriculum of Digital Civic Education), two training projects for schools (IIS L. Einaudi di Chiari and ICS E. Curiel di Paullo- Tribiano) and above all 74 authors including teachers - from kindergarten to secondary school -, school managers and trainers of the Research Center on Media, Innovation and Technology Education (CREMIT) of the Catholic University. What is coding within Digital Citizenship? How can this teaching approach be transversal to disciplines and not simply a STEM discipline? The authors question this, proposing a possible modeling to rethink coding as an active and critical teaching, which allows children to reflect on our world of data but also of creativity.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Let's learn to code. Coding in Kindergarten and Primary School teaching
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationCrescere Onlife. L’Educazione civica digitale progettata da 74 insegnanti-autori
EditorsStefano Pasta, Pier Cesare Rivoltella
Pages79-98
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 2022

Keywords

  • Cittadinanza digitale
  • Educazione civica
  • onlife
  • scrittura collaborativa
  • scuola digitale

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