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# Arnan (Roger) Sipitakiat Chiang Mai University, Thailand

Using Computational Thinking as Means for Human Comprehension. Arnan (Roger) Sipitakiat Chiang Mai University, Thailand. OLPC Regional Workshop July 28, 2008. An Example of Computation in Learning. http://www.e-cpe.org/olpc/chaba.jpg. T. x. Method I: Calculus. Method II: Computational.

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## Arnan (Roger) Sipitakiat Chiang Mai University, Thailand

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1. Using Computational Thinkingas Means for Human Comprehension Arnan (Roger) Sipitakiat Chiang Mai University, Thailand OLPC Regional Workshop July 28, 2008

2. An Example of Computation in Learning

3. http://www.e-cpe.org/olpc/chaba.jpg

4. T x Method I: Calculus

5. Method II: Computational

6. Human Comprehension Earth

7. 2 . Pi . (r1-r2)

8. Balance Control

9. Children experiencing and thinking about balance control situations.

10. Simple IF-THEN Rules If angle < 0 [ setpower 8] If angle > 0 [ setpower -8]

11. Students’ Observations Car was moving too slowly Car was too “bouncy”

12. IF-THEN Rules with Gradient If angle > 10 and angle < 15 [ setpower 6] If angle > 5 and angle < 10 [ setpower 4] If angle > 0 and angle < 5 [ setpower 2] If angle > -15 and angle < -10 [ setpower -6] If angle > -10 and angle < -5 [ setpower -4] If angle > -5 and angle < 0 [ setpower -2]

13. Introducing the idea of Anticipation

14. Observing Body Motion Does this ever happen? ?

15. Observing Body Motion • Observing live actions • Reviewing recorded videos • Reviewing recorded sensor data

16. Pendulum’s Angle (Yellow) Car Speed (Red) 0

17. When giving a solution is insufficient Need time and space to negotiate meaning themselves

18. Top Tip Regulation

19. Descriptions on Paper

20. Balance Beam

21. Spiral Helix Ring

22. On-orbit Reaction Control System (RCS)

23. Phase-Plane Controller

24. Comparison

25. Conclusions

26. THANK YOU

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