Torino: A Tangible Programming Language Inclusive of Children with Visual Disabilities

Eloise Taysom
Eloise Taysom
Oscar Salandin
Oscar Salandin
Daniel Cletheroe
Daniel Cletheroe
Greg Saul
Greg Saul
Martin Grayson
Martin Grayson
Haiyan Zhang
Haiyan Zhang

Human-Computer Interaction, pp. 1-49, 2018.

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Abstract:

Across the world, policy initiatives are being developed to engage children with computer programming and computational thinking. Diversity and inclusion has been a strong force in this agenda, but children with disabilities have largely been omitted from the conversation. Currently, there are no age appropriate tools for teaching program...More

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