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Teacher professional development through a physical computing workshop

Tom Neutens (UGent) and Francis wyffels (UGent)
(2016) p.108-109
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In recent years there has been a push towards more CS and STEM education in Flanders. These two domains require a set of skills with which teachers are currently often unfamiliar. To enable teachers to acquire these skills, professional development programs should be implemented. In this paper we first present a way of identifying the properties of such a program to allow comparison with other programs. Next, we describe a professional development program in the form of a physical computing workshop.
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Computer science education, teacher professional development, STEM education

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Neutens, Tom, and Francis wyffels. “Teacher Professional Development Through a Physical Computing Workshop.” acm, 2016. 108–109. Print.
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Neutens, Tom, & wyffels, F. (2016). Teacher professional development through a physical computing workshop (pp. 108–109). Presented at the WiPSCE  ’16, acm.
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Neutens, Tom, and Francis wyffels. 2016. “Teacher Professional Development Through a Physical Computing Workshop.” In , 108–109. acm.
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Neutens, Tom, and Francis wyffels. 2016. “Teacher Professional Development Through a Physical Computing Workshop.” In , 108–109. acm.
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Neutens T, wyffels F. Teacher professional development through a physical computing workshop. acm; 2016. p. 108–9.
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T. Neutens and F. wyffels, “Teacher professional development through a physical computing workshop,” presented at the WiPSCE ’16, Münster, Germany, 2016, pp. 108–109.
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  abstract     = {In recent years there has been a push towards more CS and STEM education in Flanders.  These two domains require a set of skills with which teachers are currently often unfamiliar.  To enable teachers to acquire these skills, professional development programs should be implemented.  In this paper  we  first  present  a  way  of  identifying  the  properties  of such a program to allow comparison with other programs. Next, we describe a professional development program in the form of a physical computing workshop.},
  author       = {Neutens, Tom and wyffels, Francis},
  isbn         = {978-1-4503-4223-0},
  keywords     = {Computer science education,teacher professional development,STEM education},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Münster, Germany},
  pages        = {108--109},
  publisher    = {acm},
  title        = {Teacher professional development through a physical computing workshop},
  year         = {2016},
}