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How ScRatch programmıng may enrıch engıneerıng educatıon?








BROWSE_DETAIL_CREATORS: Fal, Mehmetcan (Author), Çağıltay, Nergiz (Author),




 Introduction to Programming, Scratch, Engineering Education, Programlama, Mühendislik Eğitimi


It is well known that the new generation of engineering students has grown up within the very new technologies which provide those several opportunities like internet, mobile environment and several features and applications on those environments. Hence, these technologies also affect how they learn. Accordingly, the engineering education communities are starting to re-think their way of teaching. In this concern Scratch, a visual programming environment developed by MIT, provides several benefits in engineering education. This study examines the literature and gives some examples to show how Scratch environment can benefit in different engineering education courses.





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