Pre-service kindergarten teachers' acceptance of 'ScratchJr' as a tool for learning and teaching Computational Thinking and science education
Issue 16 | Page 31 | Published Jan 2019
This study aims to investigate the acceptance of 'ScratchJr', an innovative educational programming environment, by pre-service kindergarten teachers as a tool with which to produce interactive, multimedia learning content for science teaching, as well as a tool for for learning and teaching Computational Thinking.
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