Not the same: a text network analysis on computational thinking definitions to study its relationship with computer programming

Palabras clave: Educación informática; Programación: Estructura de Texto

Resumen

A pesar de que países de todo el mundo están modificando su plan de estudios nacional para incluir habilidades de pensamiento computacional, no hay un acuerdo en la definición de esta capacidad. Esto se debe en parte a la gran cantidad de definiciones propuestas por la comunidad académica. De hecho, hay múltiples ejemplos en escenarios educativos en los que la programación e incluso la robótica se consideran sinónimos del pensamiento computacional. Este artículo presenta un análisis de la red de texto de las principales definiciones de esta habilidad que se han encontrado en la literatura, con el objetivo de ofrecer información sobre las características comunes que comparten y sobre su relación con la programación informática. Como resultado, se propone una nueva definición de pensamiento computacional que emerge de los datos analizados.

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Publicado
23-12-2019
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Moreno, J., Robles, G., Román, M., & Rodríguez, J. D. (2019). Not the same: a text network analysis on computational thinking definitions to study its relationship with computer programming. Revista Interuniversitaria De Investigación En Tecnología Educativa, (7). https://doi.org/10.6018/riite.397151
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