My doctoral research is focused on Professional Development in Computational Thinking. Exploring how these practices can be integrated into curricula.
I have participated in programs that teach coding using block-based and text-based programming languages. In this process, I conducted studies associated with the difficulties that students face in the learning process.
Interesting in training programs and how this technology can be implemented in different sectors to process efficiency and problem-solving.
As a teacher in an Electronic lecture, I used LTSpice simulation software to design circuits and analyze their performance.
The Micro:bit is a hardware designed by the BBC for use in computer education in the United Kingdom. In 2021 we knew the new version.
In 2020, I designed and implemented a professional development program in Computational Thinking with K-12 disciplinary teachers in Antioquia, Colombia.
Colombia will have a digital talent gap of 160k-265k jobs in 2025, where 68k – 112k would correspond to software developers (MINTIC, 2017). That is why the government started a program called “Misión TIC 2022” with the purpose to train 100k programmers around the country.