Looking at programming through the lens of wider problem solving attitudes
Created by Philip Bagge
last edited Nov 02 2016 by Philip Bagge
This video looks at programming through the lens of problem solving attitudes. Video
There is a blog post which links to this and asks what makes an excellent programming curriculum. Blog Post
The attitudes mentioned in the video and blog post can be found here (mark 2) Attitudes
Can I also reference Mark Dorling who put me onto this in the first place and has an excellent document (coming soon) that outlines the stages of pupil dispositions.
The original times tables game planning for Scratch 1.4 is herebut easily adapted for Scratch 2.0 or there is a ready made version in my book How to teach primary programming using Scratch