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Computational Thinking Education in Primary and Secondary Schools
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Computational Thinking Education in Primary and Secondary Schools


IRN Start Date: 1 May 2019



Computational thinking is a thinking process cum an educational approach involving the formulation of problems and solutions by drawing on the fundamental concepts of computer science. Primary and secondary education sector s are facing a global need for computational thinking education (CTE) to empower young generations with computational thinking competency for problem solving and innovations in the digital age. The proposed IRN establishes a professional network, with 14 active scholars in the field of technology enhanced learning from 10 countries /regions across 4 continents, for the collaborative endeavors on the promotion and implementation of a content rich CTE in primary and secondary schools across different countries /regions. Through regular face to face meetings in conjunction with participation in prestigious international conferences, and continuous sharing and discussions in virtual spaces, the proposed IRN will make a collaborative effort in preparing common publications , promoting best practices, and applying common funding for investigating and advocating the practice, research and policy conducive to the effective promotion and implementation of CTE in primary and secondary schools.



Siu Cheung KONG, PhD

The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong                 

Professor of Department of Mathematics and Information Technology; Director of Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology                   


Chee Kit LOOI, PhD

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore                        

Professor, Learning Sciences and Technologies Academic Group and Learning Sciences Lab, National Institute of Education                   


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