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Julio Ariel Hurtado Alegría ; Patricia Paderewsky Rodríguez ;Sistemas & Telemática 2016, 14 36

Autor: René Fabián Zúñiga Muñoz

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Sistemas & Telemática ISSN: 1692-5238 EditorSyT@icesi.edu.co Universidad ICESI Colombia Zúñiga Muñoz, René Fabián; Hurtado Alegría, Julio Ariel; Paderewsky Rodríguez, Patricia Discovering the mechanisms of abstraction in the performance of work teams in children to solve computational problems Sistemas & Telemática, vol.
14, núm.
36, 2016, pp.
69-87 Universidad ICESI Cali, Colombia Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=411545767002 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Zuñiga R., Hurtado J.
& Paderewsky P.
(2016).
Discovering the mechanisms of abstraction in the performance of work teams in children to solve computational problems.
Sistemas & Telemática, 14(36), 69-87. Original Research - Artículo original - Tipo 1 Discovering the mechanisms of abstraction in the performance of work teams in children to solve computational problems René Fabián Zúñiga Muñoz - fabianmunoz@unicauca.edu.co - Universidad del Cauca, Popayán-Colombia Julio Ariel Hurtado Alegría - ahurtado@unicauca.edu.co - Universidad del Cauca, Popayán-Colombia Patricia Paderewsky Rodríguez - patricia@ugr.es - Universidad de Granada, España ABSTRACT The development of skills that allow children to perform satisfactorily in their training process and, later, in their work or social life, has become an objective for all educational and training models developed.
This article deals with the relationship between thinking development skills, shared mental models and abstraction mechanisms, from a theoretical review and application with children aged between eight and twelve, from the Childprogramming methodology in a public education institution in Colombia.
The results recorded at the end of the practices with this group o...





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