publication . Doctoral thesis . 2019

A study on the development of maker activities with primary education teachers and students: from self-concept change to gender factors

Martínez-Moreno, Judit;
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  • Published: 30 Jun 2019
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
Schools have to prepare young people for the future workplace, and there are two factors that have to be highly considered to do so: the high demand for a qualified workforce in technology and research, and the importance of knowledge and skills as the engine of our economy. Educators have to develop the 21st century digital skills and maker activities seem to be a good way to do so. In this line, there are being created many projects to help the scholar community to follow the maker methodology, such as Makers a les Aules, a project developed in 10 public schools from Barcelona. The aim of this thesis was to conduct an exploratory research about the development...
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free text keywords: 21st century digital skills, STEAM, Design Thinking, Computational Thinking, Maker Methodology, Primary education students, Primary education teachers, Maker self-concept, Gender differences, 21st century digital skills, STEAM, Design Thinking, Computational Thinking, Maker Methodology, Primary education students, Primary education teachers, Maker self-concept, Gender differences
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Doctoral thesis . 2019
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Doctoral thesis . 2019
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Open Access
https://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zen...
Doctoral thesis . 2019
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