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CSHD 145: Technological Tools for Playful Learning
This course explores the design and use of new technologies for learning. The underlying philosophy of this course is “constructionism”, which states that people learn better when engaged in making and designing their own computational meaningful projects; therefore, we will become designers of curriculum around technological tools to be used in education and we will become researchers to assess the thinking and learning fostered by the different tools.
CSHD 114: Children and New Technologies
This course explores the impact of computer programming, virtual communities, computer games, social media and other digital technologies in the lives of young people. It is an interdisciplinary course with a focus on developmental, learning and design theories. Students will apply their theoretical knowledge in order to design a new technology for young children in collaboration with a team of engineers.
- CD 143-17: Technology and Engineering Module (Fall 2014)
- CD 143-19: Technology and Engineering Module (Fall 2013)
- CD 143: Teaching Robotics in an Urban School (Spring 2013)
- CD 173: Curriculum for Young Children: Math, Science and Technology (Fall 2012)
- CD 143: Teaching Robotics in an Urban School (Spring 2012)
- CD 173: Curriculum for Young Children: Math, Science and Technology (Fall 2011)
- CD143: Children and New Technologies (Fall 2011)
- CD 143 / CD 243: Computer Games for Social Change (Spring 2011)
- CD 243-15: Developmental Technologies Seminar
- CD 143AB: Virtual Communities for Children
- CD 143: Technologies of the Self