Presented by:

Alexandra Abramova

from PH Heidelberg
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The Smart City self-study course is made up of several individual modules and covers the various basic programming concepts. The course consists of numerous programming examples, learning videos and H5P exercise content. In addition, small tests are used after each chapter to test the knowledge. Subsequently, a complete simulation of a city powered by renewable energy is created. In the school year 2020/21, the course was taught online under pandemic conditions. In addition, the course was taught by two other teachers (from outside the subject area). All runs were evaluated with questionnaires. Both teachers were interviewed. Current practice shows that the simplicity of snap! installation and operation allows quick access for students, even from home. The use of snap! is intended to make it easier for beginners to get started in programming. This run will be reported on during the Talk.

Duration:
5 min
Room:
Plenary Room
Conference:
Snap!Con 2021

Happening at the same time:

  1. Lightning Talks Round 2
  2. Start Time:
    2021 July 30 10:40

    Room:
    Plenary Room

  3. Hallway Track
  4. Start Time:
    2021 July 30 08:00

    Room:
    Hallway

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