Webinar: Creative Technologies in the Classroom and Computational Thinking

Center for Digital Education (CDE) hosts a series of webinars in the spring of 2021 on programming and computational thinking in education. Programming and computational thinking are moving into the arena of mainstream education in a number of ways. At the CDE spring webinars, we are currently investigating and discussing the reasons for this change and the practices that evolve.

About David Cuartielles

Photo of David CuartiellesDr David Cuartielles is co-founder of the Arduino platform. He researches the creation of platforms and their influence in everyday life. David furthermore works at Malmö University lecturing in the Interaction Design department. In parallel, he works with the creation of the content at Arduino. His academic publications cover the creation of haptic experiences, indoor location systems, or the history of Spain's DIY cultures.

Duration
Two hours including breaks

Language
English

Participation fee
Free for all. Registration is required.

Time and registration:
May 10, 15.00-17.00 (Central European Summer Time).

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A link to the webinar (Zoom) is in the confirmation mail when you have registered.