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Considerations and Technical Pitfalls for Teaching Computational Thinking with BBC micro:bit

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Considerations and Technical Pitfalls for Teaching Computational Thinking with BBC micro:bit. / Tyrén, Markus; Carlborg, Niklas; Heath, Carl; Eriksson, Eva.

2018. 81-86 Paper præsenteret ved Fablearn Europe 2018, Trondheim, Norge.

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Tyrén, M, Carlborg, N, Heath, C & Eriksson, E 2018, 'Considerations and Technical Pitfalls for Teaching Computational Thinking with BBC micro:bit' Paper fremlagt ved Fablearn Europe 2018, Trondheim, Norge, 18/06/2018 - 18/06/2018, s. 81-86. https://doi.org/10.1145/3213818.3213829

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Tyrén, M., Carlborg, N., Heath, C., & Eriksson, E. (2018). Considerations and Technical Pitfalls for Teaching Computational Thinking with BBC micro:bit. 81-86. Paper præsenteret ved Fablearn Europe 2018, Trondheim, Norge. https://doi.org/10.1145/3213818.3213829

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Tyrén M, Carlborg N, Heath C, Eriksson E. 2018. Considerations and Technical Pitfalls for Teaching Computational Thinking with BBC micro:bit. Paper præsenteret ved Fablearn Europe 2018, Trondheim, Norge. https://doi.org/10.1145/3213818.3213829

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Tyrén M, Carlborg N, Heath C, Eriksson E. Considerations and Technical Pitfalls for Teaching Computational Thinking with BBC micro:bit. 2018. Paper præsenteret ved Fablearn Europe 2018, Trondheim, Norge. https://doi.org/10.1145/3213818.3213829

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Tyrén, Markus ; Carlborg, Niklas ; Heath, Carl ; Eriksson, Eva. / Considerations and Technical Pitfalls for Teaching Computational Thinking with BBC micro:bit. Paper præsenteret ved Fablearn Europe 2018, Trondheim, Norge.6 s.

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