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    EDUC396X: Bits & Bots EDUC396X: Bits & Bots Presentation Transcript

    • Science,  Technology,  Engineering  and  Mathematics   (STEM)  disciplines  and  is  intrinsic  to  all  other  disciplines;   it  is  a  fundamental  skill  for  everybody,  not  just  for   computer  scientists.  To  reading,  writing,  and  arithmetic,   we  should  add  computational  thinking  to  every  child's   -­‐  Jeannette  Wing,  Head  of  the  Computer   &  Information  Science  and  Engineering  Directorate  at   National  Science  Foundation   +  
    • Bits & Bots is a shooter game where the players use their knowledge of logic gates to vanquish rogue robots The full version of the game includes many features such as more lives for the player, multiplayer capability and bigger challenges as the game proceeds.
    • Just  in   No  one   No  one   time  help   clicks  on   wants  to   the  TRAIN   read  long   button   instructions   Interaction   while   learning  
    • Target  user  age:  11+   Mobile  Learning  -­‐  Anytime,  Anywhere.     Flexibility  in  learning  inside  a  formal  setting