Since the 2019-2020 academic year, I teach the subject "Society, Family and School – Technologies" to first year students of the Education degrees of the University of Girona's Faculty of Education and Psychology. The course is a broad overview of how technologies can be used in teaching and learning processes. It is a course that combines theory and practice, and where we explore topics such as digital literacy, audiovisual and multimedia languages in education, learning theories that consider technology, computational thinking, maker education, STEAM, tinkering, etc.
In the academic year 2022-2023, I have been teaching "Computational Thinking", an optional subject for second year students of the Education degrees at the University of Girona. Specifically, the course is for the students who have chosen the "ICT in School Education" track. In this course, which has a very practical approach, students learn about Computational Thinking, Creative Coding, Educational Robotics, and they design a Computational Thinking Unplugged activity that is implemented for primary school children in the framework of a Science Fair.
During the academic years 2019-2020 and 2020-2021, I was the instructor for the course "Coding and Interaction for the Arts" for students of the Arts degree at the Open University of Catalonia. The idea is to teach the fundamentals of programming and interaction to students of the Arts degree, with the idea that they can use creative computing and tinkering to develop prototypes, artworks, and explore artistic ideas.