EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in
the English Classroom
A Preliminary Study
J. ...
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
(cc) 2015 J. Moreno-Le´on and Gregorio Robles
Some rights reserved. This work licensed under...
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
Goal of our paper
Does the use of
programming in the
English class improve
students academic...
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
Audience
Who should/could be interested in this presentation?
Primary and Secondary teachers...
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
English language skills of Spanish students
European Survey on Language Competences
Assessed...
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
The study
Code to learn English with Scratch
Quasi-Experimental Design
65 students, 4th and ...
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
Findings: Surveys
Scratch helped me to learn
English
Scratch made me want to learn
more Engl...
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
Findings: English knowledge
Experimental group Control group
Initial test 5.05 5.13
Final te...
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
Findings: Teacher training
Experimental group 1
Teacher with coding experience
Experimental ...
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
Findings: Coding skills
Computational Thinking Score - Dr. Scratch results
http://drscratch....
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
Future Work
1 Increase the number of students
2 Increase the type of subjects
3 Increase the...
EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session
Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in
the English Classroom
A Preliminary Study
J. ...
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  1. 1. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Classroom A Preliminary Study J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles jesus.moreno@programamos.es, grex@gsyc.urjc.es GSyC/Libresoft, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos EDUCON 2015, Tallinn, March 19th 2015 J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  2. 2. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session (cc) 2015 J. Moreno-Le´on and Gregorio Robles Some rights reserved. This work licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. To view a copy of full license, see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ or write to Creative Commons, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, California 94305, USA. Some of the figures have been taken from the Internet Source, and author and licence if known, is specified. For those images, fair use applies. J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  3. 3. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session Goal of our paper Does the use of programming in the English class improve students academic outcomes? J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  4. 4. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session Audience Who should/could be interested in this presentation? Primary and Secondary teachers. Language educators. Students. Developers of programming learning tools. J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  5. 5. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session English language skills of Spanish students European Survey on Language Competences Assessed the English language skills of 53,000 secondary students from 14 countries European Commission target: 50% of students in CEFRL B1 or B2 level Spanish results in 2014: just 30% Background picture: http://onesixstudio.com J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  6. 6. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session The study Code to learn English with Scratch Quasi-Experimental Design 65 students, 4th and 5th graders Control groups and experimental groups Pre and Post tests Surveys J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  7. 7. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session Findings: Surveys Scratch helped me to learn English Scratch made me want to learn more English J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  8. 8. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session Findings: English knowledge Experimental group Control group Initial test 5.05 5.13 Final test 7.7 7.55 Improvement 2.65 2.42 Table: Pre-test and Post-test results J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  9. 9. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session Findings: Teacher training Experimental group 1 Teacher with coding experience Experimental group 2 First-time programmer teacher J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  10. 10. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session Findings: Coding skills Computational Thinking Score - Dr. Scratch results http://drscratch.programamos.es J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  11. 11. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session Future Work 1 Increase the number of students 2 Increase the type of subjects 3 Increase the working time of programming Background picture: Simon Cunningham J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl
  12. 12. EDUCON 2015 - eMadrid Session Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Classroom A Preliminary Study J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles jesus.moreno@programamos.es, grex@gsyc.urjc.es GSyC/Libresoft, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos EDUCON 2015, Tallinn, March 19th 2015 J. Moreno-Le´on, Gregorio Robles Computer Programming as an Educational Tool in the English Cl

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