EdGE is researching how players of Zoombinis build knowledge about computational thinking, 
the process of formulating a problem and expressing a solution in a way a computer—human or machine—could carry out.
Players practice problem decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction, and algorithm design.

 
We are looking for 3rd-8th grade teachers who are teaching coding, or teaching skills in preparation for coding, during the 2017-18 school year. 

2017-2018 Implementation Study Application


For a skip-to-the-end view of what you'd be signing on for as a research participant, here's a sneak peek at our Zoombinis_Implementation_Study_Teacher_Agreement.pdf.


If you are an administrator or teacher with specific questions, please contact Barb MacEachern, Director of Outreach.

 


The project "Zoombinis: The Full Development Implementation Research Study of a Computational Thinking Game for Upper Elementary and Middle School Learners" is funded by the National Science Foundation under grant NSF #1502882. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed on this site and related resources are those of the authors and users and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.