Computational Sophistication of Games Programmed by Children: A Model for Its Measurement

May 4 2020 · By Jared O'Leary

In this episode Jared unpacks Werner, Denner, Campe, and Torres’ (2020) article titled “Computational sophistication of games programmed by children: A model for its measurement,” which unpacks how the authors updated the game computational sophistical (GCS) model to account for computational learning evident within 39 games development by pairs of middle school children.

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