Jesús Moreno León

Technology-enhanced learning · Computational Thinking
jml@jemole.me

After more than a decade as a Computer Science teacher, I decided to explore different paths related to education. Hence, I have worked at different universities to perform reserch on the learning of this discipline, led non-profit projects of informal education, participated in international working groups and commissions, and managed large-scale projects at the Ministry of Education, among other initiatives. Now, after gaining a global vision, I return to the classroom aiming to contribute to the computational training of Andalusian students.

Publications

[0] Marcos Román-González, Jesús Moreno-León and Gregorio Robles. Combining Assessment Tools for a Comprehensive Evaluation of Computational Thinking Interventions. In Computational Thinking Education, pages 69--78, 2019. [ bib | Open access chapter ]
[1] Marcos Román-González, Juan-Carlos Párez González, Jesús Moreno-León and Gregorio Robles. Can computational talent be detected? Predictive validity of the Computational Thinking Test International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction, 18, pages 47--58, 2018. [ bib | DOI ]
[2] Christian P. Brackmann, Marcos Román-González, Gregorio Robles, Jesús Moreno-León, Ana Casali and Dante Barone. Development of Computational Thinking Skills through Unplugged Activities in Primary School. In Proceedings of the 12th Workshop on Primary and Secondary Computing Education, pages 65--72, ACM, 2018. [ bib | DOI | Draft copy ]
[3] Jesús Moreno-León, Gregorio Robles, and Marcos Román-González. Towards data-driven learning paths to develop computational thinking with Scratch. IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing, in press, 2018. [ bib | DOI | Draft copy ]
[4] Marcos Román-González, Juan-Carlos Párez-González, Jesús Moreno-León, and Gregorio Robles. Extending the nomological network of computational thinking with non-cognitive factors. Computers in Human Behavior, 80:441--459, 2018. [ bib | DOI ]
[5] Jesús Moreno-León, Marcos Román-González, Casper Harteveld, and Gregorio Robles. On the automatic assessment of computational thinking skills: A comparison with human experts. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI EA '17, pages 2788--2795, New York, NY, USA, 2017. ACM. [ bib | DOI | Draft copy ]
[6] Marcos Román-González, Jesús Moreno-León, and Gregorio Robles. Complementary tools for computational thinking assessment. In CTE 2017: International Conference on Computational Thinking Education 2017, pages 154--159, July 2017. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[7] Efthimia Aivaloglou, Felienne Hermans, Jesús Moreno-León, and Gregorio Robles. A dataset of scratch programs: scraped, shaped and scored. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories, pages 511--514. IEEE Press, 2017. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[8] Gregorio Robles, Jesús Moreno-León, Efthimia Aivaloglou, and Felienne Hermans. Software clones in scratch projects: On the presence of copy-and-paste in computational thinking learning. In Software Clones (IWSC), 2017 IEEE 11th International Workshop on, pages 1--7. IEEE, 2017. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[9] Jesús Moreno-León, Gregorio Robles, and Marcos Román-González. Examining the relationship between socialization and improved software development skills in the Scratch code learning environment. J. UCS, 22(12):1533--1557, 2016. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[10] Jesús Moreno-León, Gregorio Robles, and Marcos Román-González. Code to learn: Where does it belong in the k-12 curriculum? Journal of Information Technology Education: Research, 15:283--303, 2016. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[11] Marcos Román-González, Juan-Carlos Pérez-González, Jesús Moreno-León, and Gregorio Robles. Does computational thinking correlate with personality?: the non-cognitive side of computational thinking. In Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality, pages 51--58. ACM, 2016. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[12] Jesús Moreno-León and Gregorio Robles. Code to learn with scratch? A systematic literature review. In Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON), 2016 IEEE, pages 150--156. IEEE, 2016. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[13] Jesús Moreno-León, Gregorio Robles, and Marcos Román-González. Comparing computational thinking development assessment scores with software complexity metrics. In 2016 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON), pages 1040--1045, April 2016. [ bib | DOI | Draft copy ]
[14] Jesús Moreno-León, Gregorio Robles, and Marcos Román-González. How social are Scratch learners? A comprehensive analysis of the Scratch platform for social interactions. In FLOSS Education and Computational Thinking Workshop. 12th International Conference on Open Source Systems, pages 19--26, 2016. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[15] Jesús Moreno-León, Gregorio Robles, and Marcos Román-González. Dr. scratch: Automatic analysis of scratch projects to assess and foster computational thinking. RED. Revista de Educación a Distancia, (46):1--23, 2015. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[16] Jesús Moreno-León and Gregorio Robles. Dr. scratch: A web tool to automatically evaluate scratch projects. In Proceedings of the workshop in primary and secondary computing education, pages 132--133. ACM, 2015. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[17] Luis Alberto Calao, Jesús Moreno-León, Heidy Ester Correa, and Gregorio Robles. Developing mathematical thinking with Scratch: An experiment with 6th grade students. In Design for Teaching and Learning in a Networked World, pages 17--27. Springer, 2015. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[18] Jesús Moreno-León and Gregorio Robles. Computer programming as an educational tool in the English classroom: A preliminary study. In Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON), 2015 IEEE, pages 961--966. IEEE, 2015. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[19] Jesús Moreno-León and Gregorio Robles. The Europe code week (CodeEU) initiative: Shaping the skills of future engineers. In 2015 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON), pages 561--566. IEEE, 2015. [ bib | Draft copy ]
[20] Jesús Moreno and Gregorio Robles. Automatic detection of bad programming habits in Scratch: A preliminary study. In 2014 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE) Proceedings, pages 1--4, Oct 2014. [ bib | DOI | Draft copy ]

Talks and other publications

  • Educación basada en la evidencia: entre la investigación y la práctica. II Congreso Scientix, Madrid, 2019.
  • Inteligencia artificial en el aula con Scratch 3.0 - Introducción. 2019.
  • Entrevista para la Televisión Iberoamericana: La escuela de pensamiento computacional. SIMO, Madrid, 2018.
  • Niños y pantallas: responsabilidad y desafío. Institut français, Madrid, 2018.
  • Entrevista para la Televisión Iberoamericana sobre el curso de verano "Pensamiento computacional en infantil y primaria". Valencia, 2018.
  • Organiza un evento para CodeWeek, la Semana Europea de la Programación. Madrid, 2018.
  • El impacto de la inteligencia artificial y la robótica en el futuro de la administración pública. National Congress on Innovation for Public Services. Madrid, 2018.
  • Assessing Scratch. Hello World Magazine. Issue 3, 2017
  • La importancia de la programación para la vida en el siglo XXI. Entrevista a Chema Alonso. EU Code Week at INTEF, Madrid, 2017.
  • Entrevista para el portal Educar, Argentina, 2017.
  • El repositorio de proyectos Scratch: nuevas oportunidades de investigación y su impacto en la educación. eMadrid Seminar on Computational Thinking. 2017.
  • Computational thinking across the curriculum. eSkills course webinar. European Schoolnet Academy, 2016.
  • Curso de verano sobre pensamiento computacional (MECD-UIMP). Entrevista para IBE TV. 2015.
  • Participación de ATI en la red de especial interés “Computing at Schools”. Revista Novática. Especial 40º aniversario: "Año 2025: El futuro de la Informática". p 7. 2015.
  • La programación informática y el desarrollo del pensamiento computacional en la educación. VII Jornadas iTIC, Comunidad de Madrid. 2015.
  • Innovación Ciudadana: Inteligencia colectiva para el empoderamiento glocal. Capítulo "Innovación para el empodaramiento ciudadano: Programamos". 2015.
  • Dr. Scratch: análisis de proyectos Scratch para medir el desarrollo del pensamiento computacional. eMadrid Seminar on Computational Thinking. 2015.
  • Spanish translation of "Creative Computing. Karen Brennan, Christan Balch, Michelle Chung, Harvard Graduate School of Education". 2015.
  • "La programación informática como herramienta educativa", Openclass UNIR, 2014.
  • El proyecto programamos: educando para el futuro. II National Congress of Computer Science Teachers (Spain). 2014.
  • Pentesting con Foca. Chema Alonso. 0xWord. 2013. (Collaborator).
  • An e-learning Role Playing Game: Trials using LMS (Moodle) and Micro-Blogging (Twitter). G. Robles, J. González Barahona, J. Moreno. I Jornadas en Innovación y TIC Educativas. 2010.
  • FAVS, una herramienta para la creación y gestión de planetas de blogs docentes. J. Moreno, G. Robles, J. González Barahona. Conferencia sobre Software Libre en Educación Superior. 2008.

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Awards & Achievements

  • eMadrid best PhD thesis award, 2019
  • Serving on the EU Code Week advisory group, since 2018
  • Served on the CSTA (Computer Science Teachers Association) International Committee, 2017-2018
  • Spain representative at CEPIS (Council of European Professional Informatics Societies) Computing in Schools network, 2015-2017
  • Google RISE Award 2016: recoDery, healing with coDe
  • EU Code Week national ambassador (European Commission), 2014-2016
  • Best paper award at IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference 2015, Abu Dhabi
  • Google RISE Award 2015: Dr. Scratch
  • Spain national trainer and Member of the jury at EuroSkills 2012 (Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium) - ICT Specialists
  • Innovation projects for education 2012: Implementation of an IaaS solution with OpenStack for the deployment of services in the cloud
  • Spain national trainer and Member of the jury at WorldSkills 2011 (London, United Kingdom) - IT Network Systems Administration