I offer a hopefully clarifying question: usability of (classroom) hardware
kits for what? What you and I may assume the kits are to be used for (and
valued for) may not correspond to the values of formal (classroom)
On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 5:02 AM, Linda McIver <linda.mci...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear PPIGers,
> Quick CS Ed Research question for you lovely people: I have an honours
> student looking at the usability of classroom hardware kits for teaching
> K-12 kids - things like lego mindstorms, arduinos, etc - and he's trying to
> find some relevant research for his lit review.
> He has, of course, found stuff going "hey! we created a thing! and it's
> cool!" but interviews with teachers, actual studies of use... we can find
> very little. Do you know of anything we might have missed, or sensible
> places to look? Surely there's *something*?
> Thanks in advance!
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