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Mar 01, 2019 2019-03-01

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Guidelines for Developing Computational Thinking Competencies

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has developed a set of guidelines to help educators integrate computational thinking across the curriculum. The effort is part of an overall goal of enhancing science, technology, engineering, and math instruction. The ISTE Computational Thinking (CT) Competencies are designed to prepare students with the skills needed to solve problems of the future. The CT Competencies provide a framework to help teachers leverage computational thinking across all areas of the curriculum, not just in computer science classes. The final draft of ISTE’s STEM teaching guidelines cover the five different roles educators play in the classroom: Learner, Equity Leader, Collaborator, Designer, and Facilitator.

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