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Children’s cognition when making computer games

Yasemin Allsop discusses children’s mental activities when making digital games. Where previous studies have mainly focused on children’s learning, this study aimed to unfold the children’s thinking process for learning when making computer games. Yasemin Allsop worked as an ICT Coordinator in primary schools in London for 10 years. Yasemin is the Computing lead for the Primary PGCE programme at the IOE and also teaching in Masters level modules about teaching and learning pedagogy both in the PGCE and SCITT programmes.

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