Exploring How Game Genre in Student-Designed Games Influences Computational Thinking Development

Giovanni Maria Troiano
Giovanni Maria Troiano
Qinyu Chen
Qinyu Chen
Ángela Vargas Alba
Ángela Vargas Alba
Michael Cassidy
Michael Cassidy
Gillian Puttick
Gillian Puttick

CHI '20: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Honolulu HI USA April, 2020, pp. 1-17, 2020.

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Game design is increasingly used in modern education to foster Computational Thinking (CT). Yet, it is unclear how and if the game genre of student-designed games impact CT and programming. We explore how game genre impacts CT development and programming routines in Scratch games designed by 8th-grade students using a metrics-based approa...More

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