The course provides practical and useful tools for teaching informatics as a scientific discipline, as well as opportunities to review and analyze in depth its basic concepts. Students will be involved in workshops designed in order to explore an informatics theme and will be able to first-hand experience the application of active and cooperatives teaching techniques. The course is primarily addressed to students who already have an undergraduate degree in informatics, or with a good knowledge on the subject . The participation of teachers from schools of all levels is welcome, even in the absence of a specific training in informatics, as they will be able to actively contribute to the class due to their experience in the field.
Expected learning outcomes
Students will be able to reproduce all workshops proposed during the course, adapting their content with reference to the age of learners and evaluating the effectiveness of their work.
Lesson period: Second semester
(In case of multiple editions, please check the period, as it may vary)