The official website for CONSTRUIT! can be found at construit.org. Key documents for the project are the original proposal and the proposed timetable, to be read in conjunction with this revised account of the learning activities. For an overview of the project consult the description of the activities that the CONSTRUIT! project will organise as set out on p38-9 in the project proposal.
For discussion purposes, the Google Groups forum for CONSTRUIT! members is at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/construit
There are two primary media that we shall otherwise use for communicating with each other: Google Docs and 'metaconstruals'. Indices to these can be found via the following links:
The index to Google docs is at the following url:
- The index to metaconstruals is accessed by invoking the JS-EDEN interpreter:
and submitting the following command by copying-and-pasting it into the EDEN Input Window:
Resources associated with the C1/TPM1 activities, held at Warwick from 23rd - 28th October 2014 can be found here.
Resources associated with the C5 activities, held at Warwick from 11th - 16th December 2014 can be found here.
Resources associated with the C8 and C11 activities, held at Joensuu from 23rd - 27th April 2015 can be found here.
Resources associated with the C14 activities, held at Athens from 6th - 10th May 2015 can be found here.
The reporting dissemination table can be found here.
Resources for the Cheltenham Science Festival, June 3rd, 2015.
The CONSTRUIT! project: introducing construals to school education (some notes in English prepared in conjunction with a presentation in Greek that was given by Dimitris Alimisis at the 8th Pan-Hellenic conference on 'ICT in teaching praxis' in June 2015).
Click here for a draft schedule and resources for the ITAG 2016 workshop, 26th-27th October 2016.
Click here for a draft schedule and resources for the ICL 2016 workshop, 20th September 2016.
Click here for resources and information associated with the ALT-C session, 7th September 2016.
(These workshops refer to resources that exploit older versions of the Construit interpreter. In most cases, these have since been adapted for the 'final' version of Construit.)
Third year project proposals relating to CONSTRUIT! - Dr Meurig Beynon, Reader Emeritus: an invitation to third year project students in Computer Science at Warwick to join a student team.