At Juan de Lanuza, we opted to include Computational Thinking from preschool to Baccalaureate nine years ago. But what is Computational Thinking? What thinking skills are we working on with our students while they learn to program or to create robots?
ICCTE (International Conference on Computational Thinking in Education), organised by our Head of ICT, Cristian Ruiz, was born from the desire to bring depth and rigour to these concepts. Here both national and international academic researchers, teachers and other relevant figures in the field, organise a series of conferences to value this construct, providing research to show how it can be implemented in the classroom and evaluated.
ICCTE is a unique event in this area, and specifically aimed at teachers who want to learn about or deepen their knowledge of Computational Thinking and its educational implications, but also open to anyone who is interested in this key 21st century skill.
ICCTE is taking place in the Faculty of Education at the University of Zaragoza on 2nd April 2022, organised by the Juan de Lanuza Chair for Educational Innovation and the Faculty of Education of the University of Zaragoza.
We encourage you to sign up and learn all about the virtues of Computational Thinking from the best specialists in the area. For more detailed information about the programme and how to sign up, go to www.iccte.eu.