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CCTD contributes to DR's promotion of ultra:bit

Can you crack the code for climate change using ultra:bit?

2019.09.05 | Marie-Louise Wagner

source: dr.dk // ultra:bit

Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) has launched a nationwide competition with a focus on the UN Sustainable Development Goals within climate change. Children in the 4th, 5th and 6th grade are encouraged to use creativity and technology to come up with cool ideas that their parents could not dream of. With the use of ultra:bit no ideas are too crazy or too imaginative to crack the Climate Code. CCTD contributes to the competition with a design process model.

The design process model was developed by Professor Ole Sejer Iversen, associate professor Christian Dindler and associate professor Rachel Charlotte Smith at the Center for Computational Thinking & Design, Aarhus University.


Read more about the competition here.
Read more about the use of the design process model here.

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Tags: design process, ultra:bit, digital creativity