Developing students’ technological literacy through robotics activities
Chandra, Vinesh (2014) Developing students’ technological literacy through robotics activities. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years, 22(3), pp. 24-29.
One way to consider Technology as other than an add-on might be to consider the opportunities to learn literacies opened by participation in technology. In this commentary Vinesh Chandra considers this in light of robotics lessons with primary school students as part of his work in the UR Learning project.
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