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Evaluation of Introducing Programming to Younger School Children Using a Computer Game Making Tool
, February 14, 2013
Paper presented at the 5th European Conference of Games Based Learning
Amanda Wilson, Thomas Connolly, Thomas Hainey and David Moffat
Elementary School, Professional Development, Other
Assessment, Curriculum, Research
Computer Science, Technology
Games based learning
curriculum for excellence
Evaluation of Introducing Programming to Younger School Children Using a Computer Game Making Tool_rev.pdf
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