Computational Thinking: Digital Literacy in School Curricula

On June 16, 2023, the conference Computational Thinking: Digitale Geletterdheid in School Curricula took place. This conference on computational thinking, an essential skill for 21st-century learners was open to all teachers in primary and secondary education, regardless of subject area, as well as teacher educators, researchers, publishers, curriculum designers, and members of curriculum reform teams from the Netherlands and abroad.

(Informatie in het Nederlands vindt u hier.)

This conference was organized by two projects: NRO-CMT on CT in mathematics education, led by Utrecht University’s Freudenthal Institute, and CT in Context on CT in different school subjects, led by Radboud University.  

For more information, please contact Sylvia van Borkulo.


Erik Barendsen, on behalf of the CT in Context project 

Paul Drijvers,  on behalf of the CMT-project